We’ve all missed holidays and being able to pamper ourselves and enjoy some sun, haven’t we? The stress of the pandemic period and spending so much time indoors has led to everyone dreaming about getting a break from the grey and wet British weather and a holiday in the sun. Enjoying luxurious holidays with your close ones in a stunning location with sunsets, excellent food, and a well-appointed villa with sea views sounds like paradise and a great antidote for the pandemic period we have all gone through. Read more
In a post-pandemic world where countries and visitors are still very wary of travel, it’ll be a fantastic idea to create a travelling for dummies bible. Picture it as a book that tells you everything about travel and discovering new horizons. But the beauty of the book is that it should teach you how to travel without travelling. Read more
With the coronavirus pandemic encroaching on our freedoms, we can feel a little isolated. While we understand the need to remain socially distant, stay at home, and wash our hands, we can still feel the itchy feet feelings of wanderlust. Not being able to travel and see the world can make us depressed. However, everything we are going through now is temporary. The world will open up again and we can utilise this time to plan our next big travel adventure in 2021. Planning your trip can help you to focus on something positive that you can look forward to. Travelling really is good for your health. Read on to find out why. Read more
The British Isles are surprisingly conducive to human civilisation. The majority of the land area of the southern portion of the country is flat and rich in nutrients – perfect for cultivation. There are no volcanoes, plate tectonics, or other dangerous geological features. And we benefit from the Gulf Stream, giving us mild summers and mild winters (even though it might not seem like it sometimes). Britain is a green and verdant land – and pretty dull for the most part.
But if you venture further north, you find something totally different. The country we know of provincial towns and a Wilkos on every corner gives way to wilderness, the likes of which is unrivalled anywhere else in the world. Read more
Where next for your family holiday?
While travel has been halted for many of us (thanks to the pandemic we are experiencing at the time of writing), we can still plan ahead for a time when we can safely enjoy a trip away with our loved ones. Now is the time to create a travel bucket list, or add to the list you have if you have already given it some thought.
But where to? What destinations are perfect travel spots for families to visit together? It’s important to cater to both adults and children, after all.
Well, here are some suggestions we hope you find useful. Add them to your bucket list if they take your fancy, and start saving now for that day (hopefully sooner than later) when you will be able to pack your suitcases again and head out on your adventures. Read more