Author Archives: Matt's Tale

About Matt's Tale

A New Age travel writer, seeing the old in the new and the bold in the blue - but mainly seeking the freedom to be, as much as to do. His tales come from meeting modern day travellers following their likes of King Arthur to Geoffrey Chaucer, leading him on to places considered "Camelot" and different ways to see Canterbury and cafes a lot. Email: mattstale@yahoo.co.uk Twitter: @mattstale

The Cream Tea King of SouthWest England

So the coffee wasn’t cooking, as I progressed my way South towards Tintagel back in 1991 – however the scones were! Hot buttered scones, with a good dollop of raspberry or strawberry jam (preferrably home-made) and a large spoonful of … Continue reading

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Absence of Coffee

It was the tail end of winter, 1991, that I first came to the United Kingdom.  Actually, I thought it was meant to be spring – because it was April after all and I had been told that that was … Continue reading

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