East London Street Art & Graffiti – Alternative London Attraction

“Writing graffiti is about the most honest way you can be an artist. It takes no money to do it, you don’t need an education to understand it and there’s no admission fee.” – Banksy It’s quite often that I am asked about alternative things to do in London. “I don’t want to do the…

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London – Budget or Luxury?

There are many ways to travel and many possible budgets. Some opt for the challenge and excitement of the thinnest budget; often, this is called backpacking. For the privileged few who consider money no object or perhaps the average wage earner who wants to splurge once, there is the luxury version, sparing no expense. Below…

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Anticipated Demand High for Sunshine Holidays as UK’s Weather Deteriorates

Due to the overwhelming poor summer weather in the UK, travellers have held off their holiday plans and are now beginning to look for sunshine holidays as the seasons continue to change and the weather improves. If you are living in the UK and you are interested in travelling now as the UK’s weather improves,…

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Saving Dosh When Travelling the UK

The UK isn’t generally the most budget friendly place in the world to visit. While there is no shortage of great places to see and exciting things to do in the country, the cost and the unpredictable weather can often send travellers in search of warmer and cheaper climes. While there is nothing that can…

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Festivals and More for Your Perfect Summer

If you’re planning a break this summer, have a think about heading to the South West to Devon and Cornwall. There’s loads to do in both counties, from lazing on the beaches to taking in outdoor activities like hiking, sailing or surfing. There are also plenty of festivals going on over the summer – here’s…

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Awesome things to do in Cardiff

Starting a holiday is one of the most exciting things you can possibly do. Wherever you’re visiting, you have a plethora of sites to visit, but indecision strikes over where to go first. Whether you’re visiting for a week, fortnight or even staying somewhere for a gap year, it can be difficult to keep yourself…

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Top Five Things to do in London– on a Budget

There’s no greater, more exciting city in the world than London, the home of London Fashion Week, the MOBOs & Brit awards, youth culture, the UK music scene, the world famous Royal newlyweds, the most revered parliamentary system, Fleet street, the BBC and a huge number of world-class attractions and historical sites. There’s more to…

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