America is big. Huge in fact. It would take a lifetime to discover all of it. There are so many endless places to visit and things to do that you might feel overwhelmed by all of the options on offer. From stunning landscapes to soul food delights, I have created the ultimate bucket list of things you must experience in the USA.
The 1st of July marks World Canada Day – celebrating the day when the Constitution Act (then called the British North America Act) was put into place in 1867. This ended the struggle of getting Canada recognised as a separate country.
Working out and going on holiday aren’t two things you’d usually group together. But fitness holidays are soooo 2018. For me, I always feel disappointed in myself for working so hard on my fitness before a holiday, to then do absolutely no exercise for the whole duration of my trips.
Last week me and Danny took a mini trip to the cosmopolitan capital of Catalonia – Barcelona! We loved it so much that we’ve created an aim to be living there in the next 5 years.
So why is it so great? With the restaurants and bars lining the beautifully cobbled streets, endless wonders to see and do, and the completely chilled-out vibe, we believe Barcelona is a place everybody must experience.
There are many places around the world that embrace the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. Those cities have improved and grown economically by attracting one of the most powerful social groups of the 21st century. So get ready to pack your bags as we handpick the most LGBT friendly cities and destinations globally.
The continent of Africa is a place full of bucket list adventures and colourful cultures, but not for the faint-hearted. Travellers will undoubtedly face a steep learning curve during their time here. So here are a few things I think you should know before backpacking Africa.
Festival season is upon us: it’s time to stock up on our hair glitter and get out those funky sunnies. Festivals are a great way to see lots of different artists all within a couple of days. If we’re lucky, we also get blessed with some sunshine and warm heat to make the experience even greater.
City breaks are the best way to explore the culture of somewhere in a relatively short space of time. Europe has an endless amount of beautiful, fascinating cities. If you’re ready to book a European city break, it can be tricky to decide where to go, so hopefully our guide to some of the best city breaks in this colourful continent will help you choose your next destination.
With a population as big as Scotland’s and an area half the size of Belgium, Yorkshire is almost a country in itself with its own flag too.
It’s full of amazing things to do, but here are seven that stand out as being a little bit different – for those who want to have a go at something new.
Sometimes we simply don’t have the money or time to go on a trip to the other side of the world, but that’s ok because in England we have so many wonderfully unique towns and cities to enjoy. From picturesque countryside and coasts to vibrant cities, there are plenty of places to choose from for those craving a mini break. Here’s the lowdown on some of our favourites.
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