There are plenty of boat tours offering a way to see London’s most renowned sights, including The Shard, Tate Modern, St Paul’s Cathedral, Houses of Parliament and Tower of London, where you can sit back and take in the sights whilst escaping the zone 1 hustle and bustle.
A surprise always makes a journey exciting. You could easily make friends during your trip if you are that way inclined. From my experience people are willing to share travel stories so look out for those friendly traveller. But at the same time use your intuition before engaging with people.
This father and son must have seen the expressions on our faces sitting opposite us. The dad explained what was happening. We instantly had a free tour guide who gave us detailed information about this beautiful part of the country and how the sea crossing via ferry worked.
If you are traveling light, then uploading documents to a cloud storage file you can access anywhere will still give you access to the information as will merely taking a picture on your phone.
Visiting this unspoilt part of the world opened my eyes to the fact that when we have great weather, it is possible to see England’s landscape from a different perspective.
No doubt the summer is well under way and it seems like it is coming to an end but hey there are still plenty of places to visit and activities to get your hands on as a family or solo!