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German Underground Hospital

It covers almost 7000sq metres, took three and a half years to build and is the Channel Islands' largest structure from the German Occupation in WWII. Impressive statistics and a really fascinating place to visit.


Guernsey Sunrise

There are so many places to view sunrise throughout the year. From high up on the cliffs to down on the beach or right in the town centre - it would take a lifetime to capture them all. So, I've made a start...


Lihou Island

Lihou is accessed by crossing a causeway at specific times. You can view the times here.

It's got a fascinating history from once housing a convent to being a modern day scout-hut.


Cliff Paths

The cliff paths run along the island's south coast. From town through the Bluebell Woods to Fermain, Jerbourg, the Gouffre, the Corbiere and Pleinmont - there are bays to explore, places to eat at and plenty of benches to catch your breath after conquering a multitude of steps... Saints Bay!


Herm Island

Herm is accessed by boat just twenty minutes from St. Peter Port but feels like a million miles from everywhere. 

Offering not much more than a pub, a couple of campsites and self-catering cottages, it's got some of the most beautiful beaches you'll ever see.


Sark Island

Sark is one of my favourite places in the whole world because of its quirky ways, prehistoric scenery and general loveliness. I've visited in sunshine, rain and wind. I've hiked, cycled and strolled. I've circumnavigated the whole island but there is still more to see. 


Coming Soon...

Having lived in the Bailiwick of Guernsey for eighteen months, there is so much that I have to share. I've taken some time off but I'm back and ready to show you all that I've discovered in the time I've been quiet. And I'm excited to discover so much more!

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