Verdant green forest, a thriving Latin culture, historic forts, unique delicious food and turquoise blue waters fringing sandy beaches. They're all the hallmarks of a fabulous and varied vacation somewhere hot, beautiful and Caribbean.
Gorgeous scenery, friendly people, delicious artisan food and fabulous places to stay. These are reasons enough to make a trip to New England, but truthfully, it’s in the fall that the majesty of this part of the states comes to life.
For anyone who enjoys travel, being somewhere new is gloriously enhanced by eating something new.
Whether indulging in authentic home-cooked pasta in Italy or rich fragrant stews in Morocco there’s no denying that food forms a major part of a travel experience.
Manchester is a city that is famous for football, music, fashion, food and its amazing diversity of people. All of these things combined, make for a spectacular place to visit with frankly, enough activities to fill a dissertation.
However, with only two days to explore one particular weekend in July, our mini trip to Manchester was all about cramming as much in as possible.
I’m sure you’ve you heard the term, best-laid plans? In the UK, and most developed countries, we’re all about plans. So much so that society has even developed a pretty clear plan, or path for us through life, ticking off goals as we go.
Greece is all too famous for its sparkling blue waters and gorgeous beaches; indeed, it’s these natural wonders that bring in roughly 28 million tourists each year. Many of these visitors’ pop into Athens as part of a day trip then swiftly disappear after grabbing a selfie at the iconic Acropolis. But with a little more time, Athens is a worthy destination in its own right!
Northern Ireland is in the midst of a tourism boom! A huge push from the government to show off this part of the world has led to increased visitors, more cruise ships and better infrastructure and its come at no better time. Northern Ireland is a place brimming with natural beauty as well as a fascinating and at times shocking history.