A cycling or canoeing break in Europe is an exciting and unique way to see this beautiful continent. Each country has its own unique history and culture along with fine food and picturesque locations.
Owning a cottage in the hills of Scotland or the forests of England is truly a wonderful thing. You can take your family out there whenever the weather is pleasant and the mood is right. It might be your home, your getaway, your study, or your storage area. Whatever purpose it serves now, it can become something altogether with just a bit of work and effort: a source of income.
It is essential that we make the most of the occasional British sunny day and what better way than to graze in one of London’s many picnic spots. As the days get longer, Tupperware is back in fashion and picnicking is a must. Along with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the approaching London Olympics, patriotic feelings are running high in the UK this year, and what can be more British than a ham and cheddar sandwich with fresh lemonade?
From its beautiful coastline, fantastic weather and serene, relaxed manner, Menorca is one of the most delightful places on the planet. Unlike many of the surrounding islands, which have somewhat lost their natural allure, Menorca is one of the most unspoiled areas in the Med.
With the increasing awareness of global warming, travellers are becoming more and more conscious to reduce their carbon footprint. When planning a holiday the environmental impact isn’t usually the first thing that springs to mind, however by adopting a more responsible and conscious attitude reducing the negative impact our holidays have on the environment need not be such a mission.
In the UK, few school subjects court as much controversy and debate as languages, illustrated not least by the endless column inches dedicated to Scotland’s recent move towards primary school language learning. The debate throws up questions like: Should kids be learning languages? Are they taking valuable time away from other subjects? Should they be optional?
For decades the romantic allure of traversing the nation in an RV has attracted millions of people, particularly retirees, to buy a set of wheels and head off into the great unknown. And whether travelling in a motor home, caravan, with a trailer or in a fully-equipped luxury Recreational Vehicle, people swear by the freedom that being on the open road gives them. In fact plenty of people love the RV lifestyle so much, visiting festivals such as Burning Man and travelling to far-away cities and landscapes on a regular basis, that they have sold their home and live full-time on the road.
Resorts in Lanzarote
You may be planning a vacation this year, and might already have all the classic vacation destinations in mind for this season. Maybe a trip to the Caribbean is on your list of potentials, or a tour of Europe, or a few weeks visiting the family. Whatever your plans are, if you aren’t sure what new adventure to have this year then you shouldn’t limit yourself to just the most common vacation experiences. This year, why not take a trip to somewhere totally different, to the beach island of Lanzarote?
London; the cultural capital of England. Home to her majesty the Queen and oxford street. It’s the perfect destination for tourists to experience English society, learn the history, look at the architecture and also to do a lot of shopping.
Touring the UK in a caravan, motorhome or trailer tent has distinct advantages over travellers who opt to spend the majority of their holiday in one place. The biggest advantage of having a mobile home as a means of travelling is that you can explore many of the different regions, landscapes, sights and attractions that the diverse and rich lands of Great Britain has to offer.