Have you heard of the Ale 🍺 Trail in the UK? For those who haven't, the Ale Trail started as a marketing scheme in the UK. The aim was to promote tourism to rural areas in the UK and encourage people to visit a series of pubs close to rail stations along a railway line. The … Continue reading UK Weekend Adventures – The Iconic “Ale Trail”
Stonehenge was underwhelming, but I came back. During my first visit to England over 9 years ago, Stonehenge was on the top of my “must see’s”. I recall the little girl version of me including it in multiple travel scrapbooks she made of places she wanted to visit which included the usual suspects; the Eiffel … Continue reading Is Stonehenge Worth Visiting? No, So Why Did I Return?
Did you know that Stonehenge tickets costs £23.30 for adults, £14 for children with donation* (£2 pounds less per ticket without the donation) and this ticket won't even allow you to enter inside the stone circle. To go inside the circle falls under their VIP Experience and this "luxury" comes at a cost of £47.00 … Continue reading How To Visit Stonehenge For Free
After months of calling myself a travelling nomad and returning to a more "normal" life by planting roots in my new home and in a new country that is Manchester, England; I quickly discovered that the sense of adventure, the need to see new places doesn't vanish. Instead one learns the power of time and … Continue reading Travels In My Backyard: England Weekend Trips