Much as Stonehenge England is a mystical place, it has to be one of the busiest historical landmarks in Great Britain. While it can’t be missed, it’s enjoyable to take a step or two back and take a picture of the crowds photographing this Neolithic site. Stonehenge is located in Wiltshire England, west of Amesbury and north of Salisbury. The site, an ancient stone circle, … Continue reading Stonehenge England – Mysteries to be solved at Stonehenge UK – Photographing the Crowds
(Click image to enlarge photograph) Avebury Stone Circle is 1,000 years older than Stonehenge and up to 16 times larger. The Neolithic site does not draw the same amount of crowds as its more famous cousin and for that fact, its a must see for any travelers. Bath Spa, England – – – Photos, Stories and Traveling with Krushworth episode Unravel the mysteries of Stonehenge; … Continue reading Photo a day – February 26, 2012, Neolithic Avebury Stone Circle – England Travel Photography
Much as Stonehenge is a mystical place, it has to be one of the busiest historical landmarks in Great Britain. While it can’t be missed, it’s enjoyable to take a step or two back and take a picture of the crowds photographing this Neolithic site. Enjoy my Stonehenge travel photography (travel photos). Bath Spa, England – – – Photos, Stories and Traveling with Krushworth episode … Continue reading Photo a day – February 13, 2012, Taking a step back at Stonehenge – Travel Photography England
Bath Spa, England – – – Photos, Stories and Traveling with Krushworth episode Unravel the mysteries of Stonehenge; wonder at the beauty of majestic Bath Spa Continue reading Video: Traveling with Krushworth – Visit Bath Spa, Stonehenge, Avebury
Before leaving for the United Kingdom, I was terrified. Questions rattled through my mind like the lumbering trains I’d be travelling on through Britain. Would I catch my plane? Would I get on the right train? Would I end up on the wrong plane, heading for Saskatchewan?
Luckily, none of those things happened. I have traveled with my family before but my trip to the United Kingdom would be my first outside Canada on my own. For both avid travellers and those newly bitten by the travel bug, it is no secret. Travelling alone can cause some jitters.
My adventure began earlier than expected when our plane landed for a stopover in Glasgow Scotland. Sitting around a Scottish airport listening to a funny security guard was a great way to start my trip across Great Britain.
When I arrived in England, I was so worried. I stood in the wrong line at customs. Then the arrivals area caused me untold difficulty. It wasn’t boding well for my trip. Finally, I had to face my first nemesis. The train boards.
After standing around and gawking at the train boards, I found my first platform. A special thank you must go out to a helpful English lady who assisted me by telling me the correct train and carriage as well.
In addition, thank you to the conductor who told me that the station I was going to get off at was not the safest. This would probably be my only blog entry if I went there.