This is is a guest post by Jessica Watson. Author bio at end.
Are you one of those who think that the UK is all about the cottage core aesthetics and pretty quiet villages? If yes, you need to think again after some research or exploration. It is because the UK has a lot of incredible adventurous spots that you should consider visiting during your holidays.
Ever tried swimming with seals or bungee jumping in Scotland? No! So this is the time for you. Regardless of whether you are brave enough for all or just a few, go ahead to give it a shot.
Here is the article about your holiday time spent in the UK in an adventurous way. These are the places you should visit.
Continue reading “Top 5 Adventure Holiday Destinations in the UK” →
On the Welsh bank of the River Wye and adjacent to the village of Tintern in Monmouthshire, Wales, sits the stunning Tintern Abbey, a former home to Cistercian monks that was founded in the year 1131. Continue reading “Tintern Abbey in Monmouthshire, Wales” →
Moving abroad is something most people only dream of, so when it actually happens the focus tends to be on the move itself, finding somewhere to live, and settling in. But what happens beyond that initial stage?
If you’re anything like me, I had a few goals when I moved abroad: learn more about the culture, travel throughout Europe, and gain some international work experience. But there were also other parts that I was less sure about – like making friends, how my relationships at home would be impacted, and if I would become out of the loop of what was going on in the United States and my local area.
In the end, I survived my first year abroad – and I know you can too. Here are tips on what helped me make it through.
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Even though I don’t live in England anymore, with a trip across the pond coming up next month, I find myself reminiscing on the beauty that abounds in the country. And, as most English people will tell you – “There’s more to England than London”. So, here are twelve photos that encapsulate what the country outside of London is all about. Continue reading “A Photo Diary of the Beauty of England” →
Set in the rolling countryside of southwest England, the city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known for its Roman bath houses and honey-colored Georgian architecture. Only a one and half hour train journey from London Paddington station, or quick fifteen minute ride from Bristol, Bath makes a great day trip destination that is compact and can easily be seen on foot. Here’s my guide on how to spend a day in Bath. Continue reading “A Day in Bath, England” →