CAPE TOWN: DISTRICT SIX MUSEUM (INTERESTING REMINDER OF A KEY EVENT IN APARTHEID HISTORY)

Tweet District Six Museum – Cape Town The forced removal of around 60000 non-white people from the area of Cape Town called District Six into the more remote and desolate Cape Flats during South African Apartheid, came to be one of the symbols of the injustices of the era. The area had been reclassified as…

HATFIELD HOUSE: stunning stately house in Hertfordshire England

Tweet The front of the impressive Hatfield House The Gift Shop at Hatfield House Hatfield House and Gardens Hatfield House and Gardens Hatfield House: The Old Palace (the original property on the site) Hatfield House often has a familiar air about it for visitors. The reason being that it has been used extensively in films…

KILLERTON HOUSE: NATIONAL TRUST HOUSE AND PROPERTY IN DEVON. Worth visting, or not?

Tweet This National Trust property is described on the guide book as follows: Killerton is not a grand mansion, but the welcoming home of the Aclands, who have lived in Devon since the sixteenth century. They created the famous garden rich in rare trees and shrubs, and framed the huge agricultural estate that is now…

DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

Tweet Situated on the banks of the Thames near to Tower Bridge, theSee the photos I took on Flickr: click here The official website: http://designmuseum.org Don’t miss any new postings. Subscribe Find and follow Tips for Travellers on: – Facebook – YouTube – Twitter – Audio Podcast on iTunes – Video Podcast on iTunes – iPhone…

VICTORIA FALLS REVIEW, BUNGEE JUMPING AND MORE. A guide to possibly the most stunning place in the world

Without a doubt, probably the most amazing and beautiful place I have ever visited over the years is the Victoria Falls on the Zambia/ Zimbabwe border. In this posting I cover: A view and tips for visiting Video of the bungee jump – not for the faint hearted Royal Livingstone Hotel Victoria Falls, Livingstone, Zambia,…