Pounds have a higher value compared to Dollars and Euros, and that explains that the UK is more expensive than most places you’d wish to travel. If you’re planning to come to England and you don’t know how to manage money, we will give you some tips. Apart from the fact that there are obvious hotel and transportation costs, you can save in a few places. Here, we will give you a guide to spending right when in the UK, and that will help you buy more, do more, but spend less. Continue reading
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 we’re really talking about is arch and spine support. You’ll want the best footwear money can buy carrying you throughout the globe.
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 actually traveling. If you’re feeling smothered even when you’re thousands of miles away, there are a few easy tools you can use to keep loved ones well informed and reassured that all is well. Continue reading
Wales is a walker’s paradise. There are long walks, short walks, hill walks and flat walks. There are forest trails, coastal paths and rugged hikes. Wales has got it all! Here we show you some walker friendly B&Bs, farmhouses, hotels and campsites in Wales, and suggest some possible walks you might like to try whilst on your walking holiday.