How camping & glamping are changing across the UK in 2020

How camping & glamping are changing across the UK in 2020

Even for travel bloggers, taking a flight while Coronavirus still ravages some countries such as the US, Brazil and Russia, is a daunting prospect - and many are planning to take staycations this year instead. (If you're in this bracket, check out Flight-Free 2020 to pledge.) However, while we've all been in lockdown there have [...]

An extensive itinerary for York: our favourite English city

An extensive itinerary for York: our favourite English city

Whether you visit York for its incredible attractions, the friendly custom, the history or just an epic pub crawl, I can almost guarantee that you'll fall in love with it. I've been considering doing a series called 'Not Just London' as a bit of an ode to the other less-visited places in the UK, and [...]

Exploring Chester: Britain’s most Roman town

Exploring Chester: Britain’s most Roman town

After watching Professor Alice Roberts' series Britain's Most Historic Towns and learning about Chester's Roman roots, we were very excited to head there for a short weekend. At this point we hadn't visited Rome yet, so this was Josh's first chance to see the remains of a Roman Amphitheatre! We got gorgeous weather while we [...]

The King in the Car Park: exploring the King Richard III trail in Leicester

The King in the Car Park: exploring the King Richard III trail in Leicester

At the time of our visit to Leicester, Josh and I didn't know there was an official King Richard Walking Trail, but luckily we ended up doing most of it ourselves! What we had just found out at the time was that Josh is actually a distant cousin of King Richard III - and they [...]