Dark Tourism in Cornwall

Cornwall is the staycation destination of choice for many Brits – but while most head to this county for beaches and relatively warmer weather, there’s much more to Cornwall than meets the eye. In this blog post, we’ll talk about dark tourism in Cornwall – including tales of smuggling, eerie moorland, and bloody uprisings! So, whether you’re on a beach …

How to travel to the island of Sark

How To Travel To The Island Of Sark!

Here’s how to travel to the island of Sark! The Island of Sark is a beautiful, isolated place, lost in time amongst the stormy seas of the English Channel. For centuries it’s been ruled as an independent medieval fiefdom, pledging nominal allegiance to the British Monarchy while archaic, mostly bizarre laws still govern this small outpost. It’s unique, and it’s a refreshing. …

Cycling the world

Reading 2 Reading- The Cycling Couple Taking on the World

In May 2015 Tim Millikin and Finola Hensman pedaled their bikes through the Berkshire city of Reading and onto the roads beyond, leaving their homes in the dust behind them to take on the nomadic life of the long distance cyclist. These were the first tentative kilometers of what will eventually become a journey of epic proportions, taking them through Europe, Central Asia, China …

Pulteney Bridge

Bathing with the Romans

The inhabitants of Bath have long lived in awe of the hot water that flows from the natural springs the city was founded on. The invading Romans built the first baths, and ever since people have traveled from far to bathe in the waters. I went to Bath in pursuit of its historic legacy, I went to bathe as the …