Røros World Heritage Site - The Church Røros Church in Norway – its reputation preceded it and my only chance to visit was offered to me when I was in Trondheim, Norway. Of course, I leapt at the chance. Walking through a living World Heritage Site, is not something one gets to do every day. … Continue reading Living History at Røros
It has been some time since I have been walking with Jo and I am delighted to be able to join in again! Yesterday, despite the oppressive humidity and the summer heat, we visited Boreen Point, situated on the shores of the largest lake in the super hip Noosa Region of Queensland, the Sunshine State … Continue reading Monday walk -Boreen Point Foreshore
And you thought middle income suburban New Zealand would be boring. Think again. Walking around this area offers some unique but lesser known features, which I was to discover on a family walk.
Hidden in the hills an hour's drive from Brisbane is a little known village with a walking trail through heritage areas. Grab a cuppa and come visit it with me.
"We don't catch hold of an idea, rather the idea catches hold of us and enslaves us and whips us in to the arena so that we, forced to be gladiators fight for it." - Heinrich Heine 1797 - 1858 So says the inscription on the statue of German Poet, Journalist and literary critic, Heinrich … Continue reading Finding Heine and Treasures in Berlin