A brief guide to visiting the world-famous site of Stonehenge.
Found just south of the Arctic Circle and with two tectonic plates running through its centre, the country of Iceland demonstrates some of the incredible forces of nature that are present on this planet. A few years ago I was lucky enough to witness some of them for myself and have put together a brief... Continue Reading →
A popular feature on nearly everyone’s bucket list is the inviting warm waters of Iceland’s Blue Lagoon. The waters of this geothermal spa are made up of silica, algae and minerals, and it is the sunlight reflecting of this silica that gives the lagoon its famous milky blue colour. The lagoon is man-made and... Continue Reading →
From impressive scenery, medieval castles and a village seeped in legend there are plenty of amazing sites in this world famous National Park, but here are the five which you definitely cannot miss!
The island of Tenerife often gains a slightly bad reputation of being a party destination, for those wanting to spend all holiday clubbing but in reality this island has so much more to offer. Tenerife is positioned off the west coast of Africa and is part of the Canary Islands which belong to Spain, meaning... Continue Reading →
1. The History You only have to set foot in this unique, world famous city for five minutes to see the mixture of historic aspects combined with a modern twist. One second you’re exploring designer boutiques the next you’re staring awe-struck at an incredible monument. Of course when you mention the phrase “Roman history” the... Continue Reading →
Capital of England and world famous for its culture and history, London is filled to the brim with some incredibly unique attractions. You could easily spend weeks hunting out the hidden quirks of this city, of which there are many, but if you only have twenty four hours then these are the sites that you... Continue Reading →