Jess moved to Guernsey from New Zealand in 2020. She feels like she arrived in Guernsey at the same time as Covid and, because of Covid, she is still here. Her original plan was to drop by for six months.
Rosanne Guille, or Rosie as most people call her, is a full time professional artist. She grew up on the magical, tiny, car-free island of Sark and has two teenage children who also grew up there.
Sark is quite possible one of the most peaceful areas to live in the world. There are few places left on our planet where you can walk down the street without the sound of motorised vehicles ringing in your ears.
Along with Herm, Alderney and Sark are the other two main Channel Islands which are part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey. While the two islands are very different, they are both beautiful in their own right.
The Channel Island of Jersey – one thoroughly shaped by the sea – has some of the most spectacular stretches of coastline in the British Isles. There is an incredible number of bays, beaches and coves to discover.
If you identify as a woman and are looking forward to traveling by yourself on a remote island, then you might consider seeing the Channel Islands, near England.