Whatever your chosen name, the longest day of the year has a certain resonance. With over 16 hours of daylight, it has traditionally been widely celebrated.
At Stonehenge, a sacred prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, people gather from all walks of life to observe the sunset and sunrise on the longest day. Walking in the footsteps of their ancestors, in this ancient place of worship and celebration. Continue reading “Summer Solstice, Midsummer’s Day, Litha.”
Taking on the Red City, Marrakech. This captivating ancient citadel is a heady mix of history and tradition, blended with the ultra modern. Tour the souks for silks and spices, try local delicacies in the medina, visit the tombs and palace ruins whilst allowing yourself to be transported through time, Marrakech is magical.