Trundler of the Month Jennifer Hudson Inspires and Amazes

Feel empowered by Jennifer’s life-changing story What makes a mid-50 year old, professional woman become a Trundler? A little over three years ago I was sitting at my desk and staring at the blank screen of my computer. For over 20 years I had diligently caught the tube from Finsbury Park, to travel 40 minutes to the Angel through the … Read More

Trundler Carole Pugh relocates to Greece for a month

When your children have left home, there’s no reason why you have to stay there either. Especially when you can run a highly successful business from a place in the sun WOULD YOU PELOPPONESE IT? Like most sizeable decisions in my life, the one to work for a month in a beachfront apartment on the beautiful Meme beach on the … Read More

Trundler Ian Weightman returns to the beautiful Swiss city of Basel

Back in Basel as a Trundler, Ian abandoned the boots and Little Bo Peep of his backpacker days in favour of a passion for paintings Trundling up the Flüssigkeit Güllegrube, without a paddle Thirty-seven and one-sixth years ago, a 20-years-old student boarded a train at Basle railway station in Switzerland for a lengthy journey back to north-east England. He’d spent … Read More

One Man and His Dog in France

Dear Trundler, I have not been to France for many years, but I used to be a regular visitor to Normandy and Brittany. I would like to spend more time in France on a motoring tour seeing as much of the country as possible. I have a dog which I would like to take with me on the trip. Any … Read More

Trundler Senor Bob tells a tale of Sri Lanka

Trundler Senor Bob feels the heat in Colombo but stays on track Part One: Arrival The heat that engulfs me as I alight at Colombo airport, never really leaves me during my three week visit, except when I am in an air conditioned building or immersed in water. It is a temperature you have to get used to. The confusion … Read More

Screechin’ in St John’s

    Will Wain does the cosmopolitan, cultural and cod-loving capital of Newfoundland in a Day You don’t come to Newfoundland for the weather. I’d flown in the previous evening in a misty rainstorm that would have seemed just right for Craggy Island, but my single day in St John’s before hiring a car and heading up country dawned sunny and clear, … Read More

Taking Tortola Time

Trundler Antonia Banks abandons her watch and wakes up with the roosters in the largest of the British Virgin Islands ‘Nature’s Little Secrets’ (aka the BVIs) have a constant temperature of  30oC with cooling Trade Winds. There are few resorts, which suits me fine as I dislike sanitised chalets behind barbed-wire fences. Tortola is remote and time-consuming to get to … Read More