Welcome back to 2019 World Walkers.

Shazam, and I’m back World Walkers. Welcome back World Walkers. I hope your travels after the winter months have been wonderful. For myself, I’ve been on my book duties along with marketing. As soon as Spring sunshine had spread across London I decided to test the blogging waters of writing again. I’ve come up with…

Something sinister in Oxfordshire

As we reach closer to the centre and see the Carfax Tower in the centre, we walk past Brasenose college. A college with some sinister and strange traditions that are now becoming the norm as we continue our trip through Oxford. “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to…

Happiness, how to be happy.

“As happy as a Frenchman with self removing trousers” Blackadder. I have skipped my writing story/journey forward to France instead of Rome. A beautiful country and I was in Provence, France the day the French won the World Cup. I had travelled from Rome to Marseille and then headed north ending up near a town…

Volcano. Mount Etna. The mother.

One of the most spectacular sites of Sicily is the Volcano Mount Etna also known as Mama Etna, beautiful mountain. It is also one of the most significant reasons for me coming to the island. She can be seen from a huge chunk of the island, and she is deceptively big. It’s the clashing of…

🎭 Plays, Performances and Politics 🎭

If you are looking for some culture and entertainment, you can’t go far wrong with Syracuse’s Greek amphitheatre and her plays. Based on the mainland, it’s set in the old bedrock, carved out by the Greeks who lived here two thousand years ago. The place has been regenerated from farmland into a modern outdoor theatre,…

Archimedes. Never bring a knife to a mathematician fight.

Over the weeks I have been here, it is truly amazing as to how much History is embedded into the rock and architecture of the city and its surrounding outskirts. No matter how deep you dig and delve there is still more to find. This is where we discover a true genius, Archimedes. Each narrow…