Plenty of opportunities were available to watch the event online or even listen via radio Bloomsbury Radio.
Whether you choose to travel up and down the length of the UK, or you want to go much farther afield, communication is going to be crucial if you're going to make the most of your time away.
It’s refreshing to be able to take a stroll along the Southbank in London after six months of abstinence and lockdown. It wasn’t possible back then to just take off and stroll wherever we wished.
The Galapagos Islands has a diverse culture of food that usually features fresh seafood, vegetables and meats. All of the food is locally sourced so you’re guaranteed to get fresh and delicious meals wherever you eat.
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.
Why not think about planning a crazy adventure? If you feel like life is getting on top of you a little at the minute, relaxation might be the last thing on your mind. You might be the type of person who loves to do adventure holidays and blow off some steam, and if you are, then you might want to consider going to the Galapagos Islands.
This incredible museum is absolutely huge and it has a wide range of different exhibitions with over 50,000 items on display. You can see iconic artifacts, like the Rosetta Stone, and the Ancient Egyptian exhibition.
Not all volcanoes are the same, by studying them around the world, scientists know that some have violent and explosive eruptions, while others have gently flowing ones.
Camden Lock is a famous market located by the Regents Canal in the NW1 area of North London. A hub for creativity as well as trade. Known for the market stalls selling handmade clothes and jewellery, music memorabilia, and authentic food from various regions in the world.