Jarlshof: looking down into a round... © Chris Downer
The archaeological site at Jarlshof represents over 4,000 years of continual human habitation. The earliest remains are of Bronze Age buildings from around 2500-2000 BC; Iron Age round houses date from between 200 BC and AD 800; a... more
Wonderful Welsh Fare
When Sandra Phinney signed up for a tour of Wales, she didn’t realize she’d be eating her way across the country. But she didn’t complain. And she learned some new phrases to boot. Iechyd da!
Creepy gothic church ruin
Church ruin in Norfolk, England, with a tree rising into mist, ivy on the walls, and Autumn leaves on the ground. Local myth has it that the nun who lived here was a witch with a wooden leg. After she died and was buried in the church, this tree began to grow from her grave, having sprouted from the wooden leg!