Category: Travel

A History of Stroud

Posted on: February 21, 2022

Historical records show us that people have lived in the Stroud area for thousands of years. Sites like the neolithic burial chambers dating back thousands of years show that our earliest ancestors had dwellings in Stroud and the surrounding area. From around the 16th Century, the small settlement of Stroud…

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Interesting facts about the beautiful area of Kas

Posted on: January 20, 2022

Kas is a beautiful fishing town in Turkey and it is an incredible place to visit. With Villas in Kas available from companies like Kas 4 Villas that allow the tourist to explore the unspoilt landscapes of the area. The town is located on a hillside that runs right down…

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Best places to go camping in Ireland

Posted on: September 16, 2021

Ireland is a relatively unspoilt island that still retains its charm even in the modern era. It has the big city in Dublin and Galway but in between and along its coasts are rural and picturesque landscapes that are just crying out to have a tent put up in them…

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Fantastic Walks in Kent

Posted on: July 6, 2021

Kent is a county that really has it all. If you are thinking that a staycation in the UK is the most sensible idea this summer – not having to worry about traffic light systems, quarantine, testing or last minute travel changes mean that many people have decided a staycation…

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What you can do in Devon

Posted on: November 28, 2020

Devon is a beautiful county in the south of England, which has long been a popular choice for holidays – with beautiful beaches, quaint little towns and amazing seafood to name but a few things, there really is something for everyone in Devon. If you find yourself asking questions like…

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Great Reasons to Take a Coach Trip

Posted on: August 11, 2020

Why would you want to take a coach trip? I am sure that the majority of people out there have seen commercials and read articles about why people travel in these types of trips. Many of these people are not even aware that it is actually possible to take a…

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If it’s a holiday in Antarctica bring the sunscreen.

Posted on: July 2, 2020

What’s the biggest desert in the world? It;s a popular misconception that it’s the Sahara,  the Gobi or Death Valley USA. The fact is that none of these answers are correct. They do get some, if very, very little rainfall. There is one desert that hasn’t had rainfall for decades,…

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Are you coming to the Hay Festival next year?

Posted on: June 29, 2020

Although it may sadly not be happening this year (2020) the Hay festival is an important part of the Literature scene. Hay is the famous “town of books”. Every other shop is basically a second hand books shop. Even the ruins of Hay Castle has one. The festival was started…

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Bristol: Indoors, Outdoors, Day and Night

Posted on: September 26, 2019

Bristol proudly combines the rustic tranquillity of the South West with its own brand of urban vibrancy. A burgeoning dance music scene and fun, friendly nightlife are complemented by beautiful green spaces and the kind of rural delights only found in the West Country. With recognition in 2015 as the…

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