How to pack for holiday

Holiday time is upon us and more and more people are looking for places to visit to enjoy the summer sun. Planning where you want to visit will help you to make the most of your holiday time away. There are a number of things that you will want to make sure that you take…

Make the Most of your Holiday in the UK

2020 has been a difficult year for most people. But one of the good things that has come out of it is the fact that many people, having had holidays abroad cancelled or postponed, have started to re discover the beauty of the UK. If this has inspired you to explore more of the UK,…

Head to the Ukraine for a Trip of a Lifetime

If you are desperate for a post-lockdown holiday after spending months stuck indoors, why not try the Ukraine? It may not be the first place to spring to mind, but despite the military clashes on the eastern border, the rest of the country is as safe as any in Europe, and it is such a…

Immortalized in poetry – Why you should visit Sligo

If you’re looking for a rugged landscape and great literature, then a visit to Sligo is a must. Known as Yeats country ‘, his work was inspired by the many sites of Sligo and it’s very easy to see why when you come here. Here are some good reasons to add to Sligo to your…

Top reasons to visit Devon

When you think of Devon, images of stunning coastline, beautiful beaches, rugged moorland and quaint villages come to mind. Beautiful landscape Dartmoor is the epitome if rugged beauty and this ancient landscape is full of rich heritage. Its ancient settlements have inspired many history lovers, as well as many people from literature greats like Arthur…

Moving megaliths in the past

Thank goodness we live in the modern world. Let’s be realistic if we had to move half the stuff we do today or rely on getting something to A to B we’d be pretty stuck. It is a lot easier to move items and build them from scratch nowadays. If you are looking to extend…

The West Coast of Ireland and Places to Visit

If you are visiting the West Coast of Ireland for the first time or are a beloved regular there, then there are several places you should go and visit.  Galway, Limerick, the Aran Islands and Donegal are just a small example of tourist hotspots that you should definitely try to put on your map of…

A Short History of Birmingham

The second-largest city in England, Birmingham is a vibrant place with a population of over 1.1 million. Its name is thought to come from home (ham) of the people (ing) of tribal leader Birm/Beorma. Here are some interesting facts. Image Credit Early Years Birmingham is believed to date back 10,500 years, when Stone Age hunters…

Sigiriya, the Lion’s Rock, the treasure of Sri Lanka

Sigiriya or Lion’s Rock, is an archaeological complex located in Sri Lanka, specifically in the Central Province, in the district of Matale. There are the ruins of an old palace, a monastery and other buildings, built on a large rock known as Lion’s Rock. Sigiriya, the Lion’s Rock is the treasure of Sri Lankaand was declared a…