Have you ever wanted to get back to your childhood roots of jumping around, crawling on the ground, and falling down without a care in the world? There’s a place … Continue Reading
You must go Coasteering in Wales. It’s a thrilling adventure of a lifetime! Imagine jumping off cliffs into the freezing Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the UK while being … Continue Reading
The wildly popular Game of Thrones is taking over where Lord of the Rings left off. It was once a huge draw for visitors to tour New Zealand in search … Continue Reading
Bregagh Road is the most photographed location in Northern Ireland. You may not have heard of the road, but I guarantee you have heard of the Dark Hedges. Even the wildly … Continue Reading
Science tells us that the Giant’s Causeway on the coast of Northern Ireland was formed by a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago. But there is a legend of the … Continue Reading
A majority of tourists that visit London this year will head straight for the typical tourist hot spots such as The London Eye or Buckingham Palace and the Palace of … Continue Reading
I love the expressions that I get when I tell people I lived in Edinburgh, Scotland for five years. (See, you just did it.) Scotland is one of Europe’s wildest terrains. From … Continue Reading
If you’re looking for a holiday that is a little more meaningful, one that gives you the opportunity to learn new skills and make a positive impact on the community then an archaeological holiday may be the perfect option for you. Archaeological holidays are becoming increasingly popular around the world and are a great option if you’re jonsing for something a little bit different.