The New Year is nearly upon us and everyone will be thinking about what they want to do for the following year. For some people, they will want to travel but the bank balance won’t allow it, so why not have a staycation? And to get away from it all, you could relax in Shropshire.
When you are looking for holidays, why go abroad when there is so much to do in the UK? All you have to do is look around you and treat the country like a tourist would. This post is about Hampshire and some of the things that you can do for a staycation.
Cardiff is one of the largest cities in Wales and the youngest capital city in Europe, and it’s only a stone’s throw across the water from me. So what is there to do there if I was planning a day trip? Read on and find out how you can spend a day in the Cardiff area.
Who doesn’t love a day trip? My new baby is due in January so we will be looking forward to plenty of fun days out with all of the kids. But what about holidays? I won’t be going far so I’ve been researching some things to do in the UK. Today, I’m sharing what I have discovered about Cheshire and some of the things that you can do.
Summertime might be over but that doesn’t mean we can’t have some family fun. I decided to take a day out with my lot to Castle Espie to see the ducks.
Everyone needs a day out and what could be better than exploring your local area. Just down the road from me is Mount Stewart, a National Trust property that has vast grounds and a house that has a rich history.
The first foreign holiday I ever went on was a holiday to the Algarve when I was 14 years old. Yes, that was a while ago before the place became cool. But when I was there, there were some amazing sights to see. In the last few years, the Algarve has seen a spike in interest as people seek out underrated and underappreciated parts of the globe.
A few months ago, I was in London for a visit. I’m not sure if you had heard about me doing the Virgin London Marathon? Oh, you didn’t? Well, now you know and you can still sponsor me for completing it (the money goes to Enham Trust who are amazing). But here is some stuff that I wish I had known about food before I had gone.
What are your travelling dreams? Everyone has somewhere they’d rather be, or something they’d rather be doing in another part of the world. But, no matter what your travelling dreams are, the sad reality is that you might not achieve them. Everyone is so focused on the other things in life that they might need to buy or pay for, that it can feel as though money is rather sparse after the first or second week of the month.