Kynance Cove is home to white sands, a tidal turquoise sea and unique rock stacks. If you’re looking for stunning scenery this is the place in Cornwall for you. It really is spectacular, with features that make it look tropical.
The beach does get extremely busy so, I’ve included a few tips for a slightly quieter visit. But, it’s still one of my favourite places in Cornwall and here’s why…
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Looking for Portsmouth street art? As an area of growth for local and national street artists, Portsmouth is becoming increasingly more decorated. Yet, there’s not many places online sharing where these beautiful artworks are!
This guide is a great starting point to help you hunt down the places where you’ll find new pieces and old favourites.
Lace up your comfy trainers and grab your camera, there’s some stellar art to be found.
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Did 2020 topple your travel plans? Me too, don’t worry, I’ve got something that will keep that wanderlust at bay and have you exploring the many wonders of the UK in no time!
Lonely Planet’s Ultimate United Kingdom Travelist is the answer to all of my travel woes of 2020 and 2021 (maybe longer, let’s not jinx it!). And, it is providing much needed inspiration in the darkness of ‘uncertain times’.
Live in the UK? Take a look at why this book might help bring some direction to your travel plans for the foreseeable future.
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Body boarding in Cornwall is one sweet affair!
Cornwall is blessed with great beaches and waves, so it’s no surprise body boarding is so popular across the county.
I’ve spent many an hour in the water with my body board catching waves. I mean, you’ve not really completed a trip to the South West if you’ve not tried to ride a wave, right?
Take a look at Cornwall’s most popular past time…
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Sunflower fields in Hampshire, these pick your own farm experiences are popping up all over the county.
Sunflowers taller than me or you fill the fields, their happy yellow petals bobbing around in the wind. It’s a joy to pick a bunch or just wander the fields enjoying the view with friends or family.
Want to experience picking your own sunflowers? Here’s my guide to the farms and fields offering the experience in Hampshire…
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Pride & Prejudice. Emma. Sense & Sensibility. Literary classics written by one powerhouse woman, Jane Austen, in a beautiful cottage in Hampshire.
In fact she wrote and revised all her published works here and the house is now considered the most important Austen site in the world.
If you are a big Austen fan or know one, then a visit might be for you, here’s everything you need to know for a great day out…
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Here are 10 great travel shows, films or series to lift you up, take you on a journey and get your mind pondering over where in the world to visit next.
From chuckles with comedians to serious travel journalism, there’s a little something to appeal to every kind of traveller on this list. And, so much to watch you’ll not be bored in your down time between trips!
Delve into current shows streaming on Netflix, BBC iPlayer and Channel 4’s All 4.
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I love drawing inspiration from awesome travel bloggers when planning my next trip.
Each provide a unique perspective and usually a whole set of their own top tips. These can help you create and research better trips so your hard earned cash works efficiently and effectively for you!
Creators with various numbers of followers are featured because if you haven’t realised by now, size doesn’t matter. 😉
Here’s 10 of my favourite UK travel bloggers I’m currently following…
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Here’s my guide to keeping the wanderlust at bay because travel restrictions need not put a total damper on your dreams. Hear me out, while we stay inside and social distance for the benefit of everyone you can still plan your next trips and explore the globe!
Whether it’s budget restraints, time restraints or any other reasons, there’s plenty of ways to ‘travel’ and find out about places around the world. And, it doesn’t have to start with Trip Advisor!
Here’s my top ways to travel internationally from the comfort of your own home and keep the wanderlust at bay…via the internet of course!
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My guide on ‘How to Experience Museums from Home’ is perfect if you’re staying in for the foreseeable future. Whether you’ve broken your leg or staying in because of a global pandemic, here’s a way to include art, history and incredible places into your life all from the comfort of your own home.
Don’t worry I’m not going to bang on about COVID-19 because no one needs more of that!
Here’s my top ways and resources to experience international museums from home…via the internet of course!
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