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Is Centerparcs Disabled-Friendly?

As a disable person, when you think about somewhere like Centerparcs the first assumption is that it is too outdoorsy so no, it is not accessible. It’s woodland, trees, hills, swimming and outdoor activities...
Quirky Hotel London

The Rookery Hotel, London

Not long ago I stayed at one of the quirkiest hotels I've ever come across. The Rookery hotel in London was actually a business booking as I was there to stay between training courses I was delivering that week...
Aqua Sana Spa

Aqua Sana Spa – Longleat

At the end of our stay at Centerparcs Longleat we booked in for a 3 hour session at the Aqua Sana Spa at the holiday park. We had decided that a spa day would be an ideal way to round of the holiday and leave f...

The Royal Garden Hotel, London

Greatly in need of a mini break, it was perfect timing that we received an invite to be hosted at the at the Royal Garden Hotel. Usually we use hotel stays as an excuse to go and explore the local area but this...
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{VIDEO} My First Ski Trip

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to try skiing for the first time at the resort of Tignes in the French Alps with Mark Warner Holidays. Here's my vlog from my first ski trip: https://youtu.be/Ij1e9R3...

Cream Tea and Cottages in Devon

Living in England for 28 years and travelling all over the world, it's easy to forget that there are things that you haven't seen just back home in the UK. This is why we set our challenge to visit every cou...
Dismaland Bemusement Park

Dismaland Bemusement Park by Banksy

The UK has a deep history of anarchy and political demonstration. Over time this has been given centre stage on the news and media outlets but never before has a world-famous, “anonymous" artist taken his polit...
Why you should visit Cadbury World

Why You Should Go To Cadbury World

It's almost like a real life Willy Wonka factory, and quite frankly a dream come true for chocoholic like myself. Cadbury World is tourist attraction within the Bournville factory that is still producing chocol...
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What To Do In Newquay

This Summer we spent 4 days in glorious Newquay, a seaside town on the North coast of Cornwall. Now, Newquay as a somewhat mixed-bag of a reputation. It has some of the most beautiful beaches and coastline i...
London Town

How To Explore London in 36 Hours

Two weeks ago my cousin and her boyfriend took the 24 hour journey from Australia to come visit us in the UK. They were arriving at Heathrow and rather than go straight to family time in the Midlands we decid...
Rye Windmill

10 Unusual Places To Stay in the UK

Despite being such a tiny island country we have such a huge wealth of diverse and frankly, exciting places to visit on our hollibobs or weekends away. So let's move away from the generic hotels and boring B&am...

How To Spend 24 Hours in Bath, England

Bath is one of those cities - timeless, built on history and a true gem in the British tourism crown. A favourite trip of ours, this easily accessible city is home to great food, great attractions, great shopp...
Marlborough

Marlborough : New Zealand’s Wine Country

During my epic bike ride through New Zealand I saw some very cool places. Rotorua, the home of the Maori, Cook Strait between North and South Island and it was on the South Island I found something I completely...
Asiatique Shopping

Asiatique Bangkok: The Riverfront and Curried Crab

Asiatique The Riverfront We were lucky enough to make some great friends in Bangkok and they showed us some great sights. One of them being the Asiatique The Riverfront. An old dockyard which has been restor...
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Bangkok Rooftop Bars

Looking up at a clear sky while the sun gently melts the ice in your Coconut Mojito, reading todays paper and basking in the gentle winds leaving work and stresses in a floor somewhere below you. Time spent on ...
Wat Maha That Ruins Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya: Ancient City of Siam

On our final day in Thailand our lovely friends took us on an outing to the ancient city of Ayutthaya to sample the famous giant freshwater river prawns, pray at some temples and visit the famous ruins of the o...
Thai Food

23 Weird and Wonderful Foods To Eat In Thailand

Thai food is renowned across the world for its spicy, tangy, sweet and tasty flavours. It's a big favourite back home in the UK and rightly so. We are HUGE fans of Thai cuisine and have been living in foodie h...
Melbourne Southbank CBD

What To Do on Melbourne’s Southbank

Walking around Melbourne for any amount of time will usually take you down a bustling arcade, a secretively quiet arcade and along the river. Winding through the centre of the CBD the Yarra splits the city in t...
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Practical Guide for a Long-Stay in Chiang Mai

We spent two months in Chiang Mai as 'digital nomads'. It is a wonderful city with just the right blend of urban conveniences, cultural activities and local nature spots. As the second city of Thailand it is al...