Archive for 'England'
Posted on 17. Apr, 2014 by Guest.
Brighton isn’t all fish and chips and candy floss, you know. There’s a great foodie scene here demanding something suitable for the more sophisticated palate too. If you venture beyond the classic tourist traps of the main seafront roads in Brighton you’ll find some real gems, much like in any town where tourism plays a […]
Posted on 03. Mar, 2014 by Guest.
London is known to be one of the world’s most expensive tourist destinations. Visitors frequently find themselves overcharged at every turn – food, accommodation, transport and entertainment are all costly. However, when we moved to London we were both graduates with a low-paid entry-level job – and we still went out and explored London in […]
Posted on 01. Mar, 2013 by Jess.
Three years now. Whenever we mention how long we have been traveling, this measurement has a second meaning as well. It means it has been three years since we have been back in Britain. After living there for over four years, it’s hard to believe that we left and never went back. But we’re starting to […]
Posted on 18. Nov, 2012 by Guest.
For most travelers, a visit to England might actually mean a visit to London and a few surrounding stops, but it is travel beyond the capital that provides the quintessentially English experience!
Posted on 31. Oct, 2012 by Guest.
Local travel writer Kelly inspires us to visit Cornwall again soon with her descriptions of Cornish pasties, walks along the rugged coastline and cosy nights in a cornish holiday cottage.
Posted on 31. Aug, 2012 by Guest.
There’s nowhere better than London to immerse yourself in one of the most eclectic and vibrant cultural scenes in the world. The Olympics and its accompanying events might be seen by some as the highlight of the year, but there’s plenty going on after the Games have ended. Here are our picks of some of the best!