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”
The view from the Shard, this is a must do experience if you are in London, the views were incredible! But more on that later. Continue reading “The View From The Shard”
Hello all, here is a quick run down of my camera gear and why I chose to put it in my travelling gear!
Canon 1100D Body Continue reading “My Travel Photography Gear”
If you find yourself in the Birmingham / Edgbaston area this little park is a must do, especially if you have little ones who love animals. It is great value for money at £6.50 per adult, £5.00 for senior citizens, £3.30 for children 3-15 and free for under 3s, with free car parking which is always an added bonus. Continue reading “Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park”
Having the chance to visit York and Whitby for the first time this Easter was a great opportunity, and so I kick this blog off with my experience of this trip. So here are the key places we visited and a few foodie recommendations for my little trip. I hope you enjoy!