Getting a True Taste of Continental Europe

I don’t know, I reckon for me island fever is somewhat of a self-fulfilling prophecy in that it only really happens to those who’ve been made aware of something called island fever. I mean sure, Wales is a tiny country comparatively speaking, but if it’s what you grew up with then it’s all you really […]read in full »

Keeping Your Feet Ready for the Journey

If you’re getting ready to leave the small corner of the UK that is Wales and head out into the big world, you’re going to need some support. Of course, you can stay connected with friends and family relatively easily these days, what with cell phones, the Internet, and various forms of social media. What […]read in full »

Nightlife in London

Even for the most reclusive travellers among us who mostly prefer “quieter” activities like sightseeing and the likes, that irreplaceable buzz of the nightlife beckons a bit too strongly to ignore.read in full »

5 UK Hen Party Destinations You Have to Consider

Planning a hen party can sometimes seem like a bit of an arduous task, as there are so many options to choose from and so many people to appease. So, to help you plan the perfect hen night, here are 5 destinations you should definitely consider. Swansea Wind Street is the place to go if […]read in full »

Keeping Loved Ones In the Loop

When traveling it’s easy to forget that there is a network of people out there that love and care about you, who eagerly await information on your whereabouts and wellbeing. Whenever I travel abroad, family members always request regular updates. Sometimes it seems like I’m spending more time sending e-mails and making phone calls than […]read in full »

Alternative Stag Dos In the UK

Britain is a great place for a stag party, especially if you are into outdoor adventure, rock climbing, canoeing, go-karting or of course – paintball!read in full »

5 Ways to Make Your Dog's Life Better

Do you sometimes feel guilty about not giving your dog the time and the attention he deserves? The truth is that most of us worry about this at times. However, the good news is that there are some very simply tips that can let you make your dog’s life a lot better with no hassle […]read in full »

A Complete Guide to Pet Travel

Pets are a part of our families, so of course many of us want to take them along on our holidays. Every year, tens of millions of animals make journeys with their guardians all over the world. Holiday packages are now being designed around pets and their guardians with sales of items like canine backpacks […]read in full »

Breathtaking Photographs of Wales

Photographing landscape is always a challenge, because you cannot tell it how to pose, you just have to capture what already exists. Luckily, there are some areas, such as amazing Wales, that are breathtaking no matter how you “stop them in time”. That is the reason why we cannot say there are bad pictures of […]read in full »

Top walking routes around Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is a great destination to enjoy the outdoors, with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park offering some beautiful coastal scenery to explore.read in full »

Reasons to Visit Chester in the Winter

Chester, England might not be the most obvious choice for a winter break – the weather will be cold, dreary, grey, rainy and possibly even snowy. However, it’s worth bringing your umbrella and braving the cold because this city has a lot to offer visitors. Here are some of the positives of visiting Chester in […]read in full »

Try These Off-the-Beaten-Track Holiday Destinations in Wales

Ty Gwyn; Ceredigion Twy Gwyn is is in Ceredigion, which is located somewhere in Mid Wales. If you were looking for some thrilling activities or adrenaline pumping action, you will be pleased to know that you are probably going to end up packing your bags within a day to find a more suitable location. Ty […]read in full »

A Few Quick Tips for Brits Abroad in New Zealand

Thinking of escaping to New Zealand? Here are a vast amount of quick tips for you:read in full »

Five Tips For Planning An Outdoor Family Camping Trip

Image by vastateparksstaff used under the Creative Commons License. Recent years have seen a resurgence in families electing to take domestic camping holidays rather than travelling overseas to enjoy their vacation time. While the reasons behind this trend are many and varied, there can be no denying that more people than ever are taking the traditional […]read in full »

The 2015 Rugby World Cup – where to stay and eat in Cardiff?

The 2015 Rugby World Cup gets underway on the 18th September and, although England are hosting the famous event, a number of matches are set to take place at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium. In fact, the Welsh ground will witness six group games while two knockout matches shall also take place at the 74,000 capacity stadium. […]read in full »

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