Day two of our Copenhagen adventure started off with a fantastic breakfast from one of the local bakeries I had found online, Lagkagehuset. They had a great deal on at the time for three Danish pastries for 49DKK, which was around £6 at the exchange rate we were working by. So we were fully fueled and ready to head out for some sightseeing! Continue reading “Copenhagen – Day 2 – Den Blå Planet & Nyhaven”
After what seems like a lifetime of waiting for our holiday to come around, we finally head out to Birmingham Airport to begin our journey to the wonderful city of Copenhagen, Denmark. Having packed a suitcase between myself and my fiancée, Abbie, and a small hand luggage bag each we were ready to rock and roll! Also with this being the first trip I have fully booked through Expedia I was looking forward to seeing how it was all going to turn out, especially with having all the details handy on my phone.
So after a decision to pop down to my local Ultimate Outdoors store to have a good look around, picking some walking boots and some rambling trousers I was in the mood to go on a nice walk in the hills! Continue reading “Brecon Beacons Solo Walk”
Wednesday 27th of September I decided to give solo camping a go in a one man pop up tent on a coastal campsite in Fairnourne, United Kingdom and here is how it went!
Why Fairbourne? Continue reading “Solo camping – My first experience”
First, a little background information. My younger brother, Gareth, has moved over to Japan for his second year of his degree. So here is a quick Q&A on his thoughts after his first week in a new country, living a new life abroad. Continue reading “First Week In Japan – Question and Answer time with my Brother”
So after a few locations had been considered we decided to jump right in and head out to Wales for a trip to the Lakes of Bala and Vyrnwy. Having seen a few pictures online of Vyrnwy i decided it is a must see location. Continue reading “Bala Lake & Lake Vyrnwy (+TimeLapse)”
Entering the park Continue reading “Tips! Walt Disney World: Magic Kindgom”
New series of posts entitled “Can’t wait to go:” where i dive into the location of our next planned adventure. The post will be followed up by how the trip goes and any tips or tricks for the future travellers. Todays topic! Copenhagen, Denmark. Continue reading “Can’t Wait To Go: Copenhagen”
The Natural History Museum is one of the best attractions in London which is free entry! Only four to five minutes walk from South Kensington underground station, stops on District, Circle and Piccadilly lines. For added shopping bonus tip, it is only 15 minutes walk from the world famous Harrods department store, also getting off at this stop before the Knightsbridge stop can beat the crowds. Continue reading “London Natural History Museum”