Have you ever walked all the way around an island? The pyramid shaped Isle of Wight, situated just off the south coast of England, is one place where you can do just that. The 36km wide and 22km tall Isle of Wight is encircled by a long distance walking trail called the Isle of Wight Coastal Path.
For a unique and interesting experience in London, consider applying to be in the audience of a television show. It requires a spare afternoon or evening and a bit of patience. If you’re not British, some of the shows can offer a real first-hand insight into some of the local culture. Best of all though, it is completely free!
The Great Stones Way may just be Britain’s answer to the Inca Trail. For what it lacks in altitude, the Great Stones Way more than makes up for it with mysterious ancient sites, idyllic thatched villages and wonderous panoramic countryside views.
My experience on the UK’s 100 mile long South Downs Way path travelling through farms, forests, fields and ancient settlements.
An overview of our year – some amazing ups and one major low
It is easy to become a bit blasé or even bored of our home town or area, especially if you travel often. Nowadays, we see it a bit differently. Here’s why you should try being a tourist in your own town
A quick guide to finding, accessing and visiting castles and historical places in the UK for free or very low cost
From the endless green hills and relentless ocean to wind-battered beach huts and chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters, East Sussex is somewhere I will always call home.