The street, lovingly referred to as the Shambles, has been a part of the city of York since the coming of William the Conquerer in 1066. Well known for its overhanging medieval shops, it almost looks like the street is going to cave in on itself. Though the Shambles is no longer a butchers district as it once was, travelers and residents alike can grab a lovely pork pie on their way down this historic street.
Berwick-Upon-Tweed is a sleepy medieval town on the northeastern coast of England. Throughout the centuries, it has become one of the towns most heavily fought over between England and Scotland. Walking along the medieval walls, constructed during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, is quite a photographic journey.
There has been a church on this site moving far back into ancient history, to the year 627 to be exact. York Minster, a spectacular Gothic cathedral is a sight to see. I could have spent hours sitting in the calm park under the gaze of the Minster. Visit all my posts from England, Wales and Scotland
Originally built in the 11th century, the Palace of Westminster, now the Houses of Parliament, was the royal residence of kings until the 16th century. Now, it is the meeting place of the House of Commons as well as the House of Lords. Visit all my posts from England, Wales and Scotland
Established in the 16th century, Christ Church college is one of the stunning colleges part of the University of Oxford. Each has its own history and stories behind the stones. When visiting the city of Oxford, one must visit Christ Church college. Visit all my posts from England, Wales and Scotland
When I first stepped into the City of Bath Spa, seeing the Abbey for the first time was one of the most special moments during my time in the historic city.
The kids of Cambodia are wonderful and friendly; however, many are looking for coins. If you are looking to take a picture of any kids, help them out with some coins. Feel free to visit all my posts from Cambodia
King Crab is the speciality of Kep, Cambodia and my family and I dove into the traditional cuisine of this small fishing village on the coast of Cambodia. However, if you get the black pepper sauce king crab, be prepared for a messy, yet delicious meal. Feel free to visit all my posts from Cambodia
In Canada, where I live, gas usually comes out of a pump, so it was a breath of fresh air to see the gas in old soda bottles. What an interesting use of something usually just turfed. Feel free to visit all my posts from Cambodia