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Travel Report: Chesham, England.

August 2019. The leafy little English market town of Chesham in Buckinghamshire isn’t an exciting place. In fact, one might say it has very little to entice the passing traveler. But while nobody could describe Chesham as the pulsating heart of England, this inconsequential little town was my home between 1994-1996 and will always occupy a special […]

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Travel Report: Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (Paddy’s Wigwam), Liverpool.

May 2019. So this was one of CNN’s ugliest cathedrals in the world? This was the “hideous eyesore” that stands only as a personal insult to those who have to pray in it? This was the building that all those TripAdvisor moaners had ranted about to the point of near self-combustion? Not sure if I’m missing […]

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Travel Report: St. Luke’s Bombed Out Church, Liverpool.

May 2019. Head onto Leighton Literature’s search bar, type in church and you’ll get a whole bunch of articles zipping up from across 30 odd countries. And yet I’m still confident that until now I haven’t blogged about anything quite like Liverpool’s amazing St. Luke’s Church, better known to visitors as The Bombed Out Church. Built […]

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Travel Report: The Statues in the Sand – Crosby Beach, Liverpool.

May 2019. With so much to see and do in the centre of Liverpool, visitors could be forgiven for concentrating their efforts strictly on the city sights. But if you find yourself getting a little bogged down in museum-ness and are in need of some fresh sea air, I can highly recommend a thirty-minute train […]

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Travel Report: Ferry Cross The Mersey & U-Boat Story – Liverpool.

Reading from China? This travel report contains a YouTube video, which can only be viewed with a VPN! “Life goes on day after day, hearts torn in every way. So ferry cross the Mersey, ’cause this land’s the place I love and here I’ll stay”. May 2019. And so goes the 1964 hit song Ferry Cross The Mersey […]

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Travel Report: Cool Spots Around Cambridge, England.

Reading from China? This travel report contains a YouTube video, which can only be viewed with a VPN! May 2019. The English city of Cambridge is an architectural gem, thanks in no small part to the University of Cambridge and its thirty-one gorgeous colleges. Of these, Mike and I only actually explored King’s College and […]

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