From Guernsey to Alderney: Walking Holidays for Nature Lovers
Welcome to my blog, where I'm excited to share my love for nature and the stunning Channel Islands of Guernsey and Alderney. My name is Nicole, and I'm thrilled to be your virtual guide on this journey of exploration.
Exploring Guernsey by bike
When I first arrived in London to work, I was told by a stranger on the tube that the best way to see and experience the city was on two wheels. A former flatmate who is a keen cyclist
Things To Do With Your Kids In Guernsey
Guernsey is overflowing with entertainment and activities geared toward keeping your kids entertained. There is always an activity for the kids to do, from indoor entertainment centers to nature trails, horse riding, surfing, and public parks!
Interview with Melissa Campbell – Owner of Situations Recruitment Agency in Guernsey
Melissa Campbell is the owner and MD of Situations Recruitment Agency in Guernsey. We asked her a few questions about her favourite spots on the island as well as about the recruitment industry in Guernsey.
Surfing In Guernsey, Channel Islands
The focal point of surfing is the area called Vazon Bay. Within Vazon Bay, there are actually 6 different breaks, all with different swell and tide requirements. The two main breaks are The Beach and The Reef.
Interview with Anett Tarcsay – Wedding planner from Guernsey
In today's interview, we talked to Anett who comes from Budapest but has been living on Guernsey since 2019 with her partner who is a local. She is the person behind The Wedding Company whose mission is to make couple's
Interview with Paul Mariess – Professional photographer from Guernsey
In this interview we asked Paul Mariess a few questions about his profession as well as about the best places to see in Guernsey. Paul is a born and bred Guernseyman who has travelled widely.
Taking a Cruise to the Channel Islands
The Channel Islands have become a favorite point in the itineraries of important cruises that depart from Southampton in the United Kingdom, pass through France, Spain and Portugal.
Off The Beaten Track – King’s Mills
The Guernsey parish of Castel is one of the least built-up on the island, harbouring some of the most extensive swathes of countryside. Amongst its rolling fields, a number of charming villages can be found.