Editor’s Diary: Wet Weekends!

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It’s February in Scotland, so this Editor’s Diary begins with a wintry turn in the weather!

A succession of wet weekends have interrupted my walking schedule.

It feels like ages since I was last out for a good long walk. And I’m missing it!

It also means I don’t have any new photographs taken on my travels to share with you.

So instead, here’s a beautiful picture of Antibes in France, basking in glorious sunshine.

I took it on a visit to the glorious south of France in autumn 2018. It’s a reminder of sunnier times to come!

It’s also a clue as to how some of those wet weekend days have been spent. They’re rubbish for walking — but ideal for planning holidays!

Later this year, I’m hoping to make a return visit to the south of France. It’s a part of the world that I love, and I’m lucky enough to have been many times before.

Sometimes, when it comes to holidays, it’s good to explore somewhere new and stretch your horizons.

But there’s also a lot to be said for revisiting favourite places. And this year, after 2019’s super-adventurous trip to Shanghai, I’m looking forward to relaxing in a familiar and much-loved setting.

Of course, I will be telling you all about it in a future Editor’s Diary, too!

For more from Angela, click the tag below.

You can also read some of the team’s travel features here, including Angela’s last trip to the south of France, Iain’s trip to Canada, and Tracey’s travels in Austria

Angela Gilchrist

Angela is Former Editor-in-Chief of “The People’s Friend” magazine. Her passions include cats, Highland ponies, good books, vegetarian food and long walks in the Scottish countryside. Her favourite place to get away from it all is the magical Isle of Skye.