The post-pandemic world has made it a little more difficult for me personally to travel, so my idea of this category is what would people want to know about visiting where I am – as well as writing about my actual travel experiences!
Check out my last snapshot post here of Equestrian Vaulting and the latest Equestrian Photoshoot. This year has been a year of snapshots and I am so happy there has been such a variety so far. To change it up yet again, this post showcases photos from my last concert and visit at Le ManoirContinue reading “Snapshots #34 Le Manoir de la Guérinière”
My last snapshot post talks about part of my Shetland adventure, so be sure to catch up here! Alnwick is a small historical town nestled in the heart of Northumberland, on the east coast of England. Alnwick is famous for several things, mainly its incredible castle and gardens. The castle itself is the second largestContinue reading “Snapshots #29: Alnwick Castle & Gardens”
It honestly feels like an eternity since I have been on a plane, train or ferry, but thanks to this little trip I ticked off all three! It has also been an eternity since I last left Normandy, so a travel blog post is incoming… Be sure to catch up with my latest travel postsContinue reading “4 Days in the Shetland Isles”
Sumburgh head is part of a headland at the southernmost tip of the mainland in the Shetland isles. As well as it’s iconic lighthouse, Sumburgh head is recognised as a wildlife reserve thanks to its 100m rocky cliff being home to a variety of seabirds such as fulmers, guillemots and puffins. Unfortunately seabird populations haveContinue reading “Snapshots #28: Sumburgh Head, Shetland”
The towns of Saint Martin de Bréhal, Bréhal and Coudeville sur Mer, share a stretch of golden sands north of Granville on the west coast of la Manche. The area is renowned for it’s shellfish, especially mussels and oysters. This particular beach is home to a few of these ocean farms, whose traditional methods stretchContinue reading “Snapshots#26: Plage Saint Martin de Bréhal”
Before the exciting second lockdown, I was able to manage a couple of little coastal adventures. This one is Pointe du Hoc, outside of Criqueville-en-Bessin.
Pointe du Hoc for me is one of the reminders of the importance of the Normandy coastline in the 20th century. It is the littered ruins of structures both on and offshore alongside reels of barbed wire. It is pretty incredible how much history is in the ground here, yet it’s so easy to forget.
Annoville Dunes, a nature reserve hidden on the west coast of the Manche Peninsular!
Another local adventure with my camera, this time venturing to La Fosse Arthour!
Now that restrictions have started to wane and normality is starting to return to Europe, I took the opportunity to take my new car out on the road and drive down to the friend’s place in Burgundy. I’ve been familiarising myself with the local towns and places around me here in Normandy and have becomeContinue reading “5 Days in Bourgogne”
This #Traveltuesday is brought to you by a soaked to the skin photographer who thought it was a fabulous idea to go to the beach during a storm and now wear fully waterproof clothing… However, it was a good idea as the photos I got were absolutely stunning and I will be sharing those inContinue reading “Ducey, Ville Étape”
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Hi, I’m Briony-Molly. I became a full-time horse owner and freelance writer in 2020. I spend most of my time reading, writing, drinking tea, and working with my animals. I want to share my escapism life with the world so join me on this blog adventure.
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