Oh my, what a fantastically quaint time-travel! The little village of Castle Combe in the Cotswolds is often used as a location for fantasy and period dramas films - the fact they have no signs of modernity like satellite dishes or antennae in the whole street really lets you feel like you could be existing in a place where spells and fairies and bustle dresses are too. And best of all, it's the village of Wall in Stardust! #castlecombe#cotswolds#stardust#filmlocation#quaint#amtravelling#neilgaiman#fantasy
We are super excited for the launch of @deadlock.tv on @abctv this Friday. Deadlock is an amazing new #teendrama set in the Byron and Ballina region - we were lucky enough to welcome the team to shoot on location at our #lennoxhead park last year. Don’t forget to tune in!! #reflectionsholidayparks 📷| @deadlock.tv
I didn’t want to set a precedent with Game of Thrones since it’s a TV show and not a movie, but, c’mon! It’s Game of Thrones! And it’s heavily shot in Spain so… why not?
We’re traversing the biggest break without the show since 2011 and while we catch breath for the season finale next year, I decided to visit Dorne.
The southternmost part of Westeros is a desert like kingdom and borrows the arab aesthetic. It was presented on the show’s fifth season and introduced the kickass girl group of Sand Snakes.
At the time, it was shot in Real Alcázar de Sevilla but since it’s a busy tourist attraction, they moved to La Alcazaba de Almería in sixth season. A smaller place but enough to fit one or two scenes.
A good example taken from the last episode of season six - The Winds of Winter, where we see Ellaria Sand (Indira Varma) suggesting Olenna Tyrell (Diana Rigg) an allegiance, while relaxing at the Water Gardens. Olenna here being a boss and stealing the show, as usual.
There’s even time to bring Lord Varys (Conleth Hill), the guy with the ability to teleport himself anywhere in the Seven Kingdoms.