Scotland, raw, incredibly beautiful and timeless

Well, these unprecedented times put paid to our planned USA roadtrip, but coming to Scotland, although different in these circumstances has at least been possible, maybe poshmumsjourneys can start a little sooner – without the usual travel lag or indeed getting over cheap in-flight wine alongside the dehydration. Follow our Scottish alternative road roam……….. Have … More Scotland, raw, incredibly beautiful and timeless

Cornwall

When I wrote this post nothing was further from my mind that Cornwall as well as the rest of the world would become affected by this terrible Covid-19 pandemic. My nephew lives there and for many months we were envious that this incredibly beautiful area was able to enjoy a near normal existence compared to … More Cornwall

New York

Get Here: Please see my USA road trip pages for details of entry requirements and all the general ‘stuff’. In 2020 and for some time beyond you will have to seek updated travel advice from your hone country and the USA due to Covid-19  In terms of flights, many operators fly to New York direct from … More New York

New Mexico, USA

Albuquerque to Santa Fe in 14 days Awesome New Mexico – from Newcastle Upon Tyne and other UK Airports New Mexico’s contrasts are as big as your dreams. Gaze at rugged, raw and rocky landscapes, immerse yourself in forests, engage with it’s fascinating ‘wild-west’ history, and be dazzled by displays of gleaming peppers, garish flowers and wildly coloured … More New Mexico, USA

Japan

Japan – independent travel to Kyoto, Matsumoto and Osaka by plane and train in 14 days Before you go: No visas are required for entry to Japan, and getting around by rail is easy and cheap using rail passes only available to foreign visitors, purchased before travel. Fees include seat reservations (important on busy trains … More Japan

Singapore

2021 brings us the hardworking Chinese year of the ox. Kind of appropriate as the world continues to contend with the wrath of one of the deadliest pandemics in the form of Covid-19. My brother in law partly lives in Singapore luckily for him. When he last returned in September 2020 he was placed in … More Singapore