I explored several tropical microclimates – Project Eden, Trebah Gardens, and Tregothnan Estate.
I’m honored GoNOMAD choose this story for a newsletter video feature using my words and many of my photos.
It’s been almost a year since I went to England for 30-days in 2018. I’ve been lucky enough to have 20 articles published about my adventures.
I’ve traveled like a mad woman. I spent 30-days in England and 17-days in Central Coastal California. I’ve made short getaways to San Francisco, Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Gualala, Point Arena, and Bodega.
England: The Tropics of Cornwall,
is in the running for GoNOMAD’s Top-10 Stories of 2018.
I spent a week on the backroads in my rented car. I surveyed the desolate Bodmin Moor on the interior and fell in love with water worlds on both Cornish coasts.
Here are a few photos for the tea lovers out there.
Wythall Estate and Vineyards: New Directions for an English Country Retreat
I stayed in twenty-two hotels, B and Bs, and cottages. Here are a few of my favorites.
When the hook clicks open, and the pilot catches the updraft, the cockpit goes silent.
For now, here are a few teasers in no particular order.
I’ve finished planning. I’ve finalized my packing list. Tickets, confirmations, and tech gear are sorted. I’m ready to go.
Details, details, details. 55-days until takeoff.
Mary Charlebois – 30-days in England
121-days till take off. I can almost feel the pull of that enormous Air Bus as we climb out of San Francisco. Eleven hours later, I’ll be in London. Yahoo! My itinerary is filling-up quickly. New adventures pop-up daily. I must admit, researching and planning are one of my favorite parts of any trip. New…
At last! In August 2018, I’ll fulfill my number one travel ambition; thirty days in England. My friends, family, and fellow journalist have heard lots about this trip. I’ve said many times, “This year I’m going to England for a month.”, only to be a ‘no-go’ for one reason or another. 2018 is the year…