Attractions & Activities · Europe · United Kingdom

10 things you’ve experienced on a visit to the Lake District

You’ve been stuck in a traffic jam You have been gobsmacked by the beautiful surroundings and scenery all around you Bought some Sarah Nelsons Gingerbread in Grasmere Enjoyed a picnic with a view You've visited Orrest Head Viewpoint Spotted a Mountain Goat  Checked out the Lakes Distillery You’ve met the locals, the Herdwick Sheep Enjoyed… Continue reading 10 things you’ve experienced on a visit to the Lake District

Accommodation · Central America

REVIEW: Magic Blue Star Hotel, Playa Del Carmen

Magic Blue Spa Hotel, 10 Avenida Nte. S/N, Centro, 77720 Playa del Carmen, Q.R., Mexico10/10Key features Large spacious room Great air conditioning Onsite spaBeautiful pool areaAll rooms have a balcony overlooking the poolFantastic location I always spend a long time choosing my accommodation for holidays, for certain holidays I don't mind not having the best accommodation like on… Continue reading REVIEW: Magic Blue Star Hotel, Playa Del Carmen

United Kingdom

There’s no place like home

After finishing my Tourism Management degree in July 2015 I knew there was nothing else I wanted to do more than go travelling. I took the opportunity before starting a career to travel visiting Dubai, South East Asia, including Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Bali and ending up in Australia. After an amazing 2 years… Continue reading There’s no place like home

Asia

A First-timer’s Guide to Tokyo

There is no place quite like it. Tokyo. For first timers it may be a little intimating but don't be fooled. You'll be bewildered by the neon lights, weird and wacky food and the amazing culture. Must see Shibuya Crossing Shibuya crossing is the heart of Tokyo. In my opinion the best time to visit… Continue reading A First-timer’s Guide to Tokyo

Attractions & Activities · Europe

Poppies: Weeping Window at Carlisle Castle

Carlisle Castle is located in the centre of Carlisle city, it's over 900 years old and for nearly 500 years, before the English and Scottish monarchies were united in 1603, the castle was the main fortress of England’s north-western border with Scotland. Until the 1960's it was also the headquarters of the Border Regiment, one of… Continue reading Poppies: Weeping Window at Carlisle Castle