Bristol to Bath by bike

Yogurt coated oats and coconut flakes melted in my mouth. The sweet granola was complemented by sour berries. This was washed down with a turmeric latte. The spice kicked the back of my throat cleansing my pallet. Sitting on the river-side we watched the world go by. It was 9.30am on Saturday. Consequently, there wasn't... Continue Reading →

10 Travel Tips to Make You the World’s Savviest Traveller

This weekend we are joined by a new guest blogger named Susan Taylor. She is a freelance writer with a passion for learning. Currently she writes for Traditionessaysonline.com and in her spare time blogs. She has gathered some useful information for us below regarding how to travel on the cheap.  Travelling is fun and exciting. It provides relaxation and... Continue Reading →

10 Things To Do in Brighton

1.Explore the pier The famous Brighton pier is a sight not to be missed. Built in 1823 it has a wealth of history. Originally it was used as a landing point for ships. Since then it has been washed away by storms, rebuilt several times and has been used by the community for concerts. Today the pier offers... Continue Reading →

The Secret to Wild Camping

So what exactly does wild camping mean? The definition of wild camping varies for different people. At its crux wild camping is when you pitch up your tent somewhere vaguely remote with no running water or toilet facilities. In some countries this is a totally normal and legal activity. For example, in Montana USA, folk wild camp almost... Continue Reading →

‘5 Things You Need to Consider Before You Move Abroad’ by Beth Penbrook

This week we are joined by the talented Beth Penbrook a young mum who hasn't let having young kids stop her travelling and experiencing the world. She travels regularly with her partner and two young children and even moved from England to live in Canada for a year. She loves writing about her travels and children, but... Continue Reading →

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