Information and Inspiration for Independent Travellers
Do you love to travel but don’t always want to follow the crowd? Like to scratch beneath the surface and discover places for yourself? Interested in history, architecture, countryside, food and more? You’re in the right place…
Welcome to WorldWideWriter
WorldWideWriter is owned and managed by Karen Warren.
I have been writing and travelling for many years, and I’ve visited every continent except Antarctica. This website is my attempt to inform and inspire other travellers, and to share some of the things I’ve discovered along the way.
This is a guest post from Anya Kay of Road Is Calling. The Sultanahmet neighbourhood in the Fatih district of
Old Sarum, in Wiltshire, has been variously an Iron Age hill fort, a Norman castle, and the site of Salisbury’s
Save Money When You Visit Historic Sites in England
If you’re walking the Hadrian’s Wall Path, you might be tempted to skip the first few miles, the part that
I often find museums as intriguing for their buildings as for their contents. London’s Tate Modern, housed in an abandoned
FOCUS ON... Hiking
It is summer… and hiking is a great way to enjoy the countryside while social distancing
Having recently relocated to Bath, on the edge of the Cotswolds, I have been enjoying getting out into the countryside
Since I wrote about hiking the Hadrian’s Wall Path I’ve been asked about the practicalities of hiking England’s National Trails. How