There’s always something special about transporting yourself to an oasis in the middle of one of the worlds busiest cities; getting away from all the people who cant drive, shutting out most other annoying people in the world, and not having someone say sorry a million times after they’ve trodden on both your feet. One such special oasis is Richmond Park in London.
The park is situated south of the River Thames in west London and covers 2500 acres. The park is one of 8 Royal Parks in the city and is a National Nature reserve. Richmond Park contains a unique environment that resembles much of what England used to look like hundreds of years ago (and I wish it did now); thick forests with overarching trees, ponds dotted around the park, and hundreds of deer roaming freely.
Continue reading ➞ A Winters Stroll Through Richmond Park.
With endless backpackers heading off to South East Asia, posting pictures from Thailand, Vietnam and Kuala Lumpur, you may be tempted to follow in your friends’ footsteps. But how about opting for something different? Britain might not have been the first place on your mind when considering traveling, but it could provide you with the trip of a lifetime!
Continue reading ➞ A Sterling Vacation: Where to visit in England.
It’s time to explore the large cities of Europe, discover a mix of cuisines in each country, and watch the scenery change as you arrive at your next destination; add your favourite travel companion, and it is a dream come true. The sad thing is that we usually need to save up for these trips, and often an entire year in advance if you’re a student – it kind of puts a damper on the excitement, doesn’t it?
Continue reading ➞ Your Guide to European City-Hopping On a Budget.
London is a truly amazing global city. From the iconic London Eye to the historic West End, Buckingham Palace to Regents Park, and from Hipster Shoreditch to upmarket Mayfair, you’re never short of things to do in this magical melting pot. Of course, however, any trip like this will come at a cost; London is one of the most expensive cities in the World for people to visit and stay. Unfortunately, the pure expense puts off a lot of holidaymakers from visiting the capital. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Instead, with the right research and time, you can find cheap alternatives to the expensive hotels in London. To help you out, this post will be going through three of the best ways to stay in London without breaking the bank. So, once your accommodation is sorted, all you have to do is head out into the city and explore!
Continue reading ➞ Finding A Place To Stay In London.
Street art is often more than just something pretty to look at; It can help brighten up a dull part of town and give it a hipster reputation, it can carry a powerful political or social message, and of course, provide the backdrop for your next Instagram photo.
Continue reading ➞ Shoreditch, London; The Coolest Street Art Locations.
Unique ways of remembering trips always make a great gift, either for a friend or a way to treat yourself ;). After you’ve had a great trip to a destination, you have your photos, but it’s always nice to have another ay to remember it! Forget your fridge magnets, it’s all about map art! Passing a map on a wall in your house you will be able to see all the different destinations you’ve travelled to, each one evoking different memories and feelings! Modern Map art provide great maps of most destinations across the world!
Continue reading ➞ Gift Idea: Check Out These Great Maps Of Your Favourite Destinations!
London is known for having some of the world’s oldest and most iconic luxury hotels. It’s not surprising, considering it’s one of the world’s oldest cities. It was founded by the Romans back around 50 AD, and the concept of letting a guest stay in one’s house, or accommodation so to speak, actually dates back to Biblical times.
Continue reading ➞ The Top 4 Luxury Hotels in London