Today, as Belfast’s Troubles stand behind them, a friendly welcoming city has taken shape. The streets are clean, locals are friendly and happy to walk a few blocks out of their way to keep the conversation going. CLICK TO READ stories of the past and hopes for the future Continue reading Belfast, Northern Ireland: The Troubles Untroubled
When you think of Scotland, what do you imagine? I had one week to hear the tales and search for the truths. Plus two connections to the past which awaited me on the last day! CLICK HERE TO READ Continue reading Scottish Stereotypes: ‘Twas a Search for Truths
Wondering what to do in London or simply looking to cure a case of wanderlust? Here’s Miss Maps’s Guide to London – Made just for you. Cheers! (Click to read…) Continue reading Miss Maps London: A Quick Guide to The Big Smoke
Dressed in white pants and shirt, red suspenders, embroidered vests and high socks.
Decked out in jingle bells.
And lifting women high above their heads as she sits in a flower-covered chair.
You will now be introduced to: England’s Morris Dancers (Click to read on…) Continue reading An English Easter: Dancing Men, Jingle Bells, and Fertility Chairs
What would you do if you found out the Queen of England would be celebrating Easter nearby? Get ready for an early morning and standing under stormy skies – it’s going to be worth it! Continue reading Easter With the Queen of England
What happens when three lifelong friends travel to London? You meet them there for Afternoon Tea at Kensington Palace! (ps… check the photos. London is an extremely photogenic city! Continue reading To London We’ll Go : Bridging 4000 Miles and 20 Years