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Driving Tour Through Scotland
Jan 10

Driving Tour Through Scotland
By Vicky

Here’s something crazy – did you know that there are castles to rent in Scotland? Well unfortunately we were not so priveleged this time around to rent our very own castle in Scotland, but we did have an amazing driving tour.        …

Dalston: Your Guide to London’s Coolest Neighbourhood
Jan 9

Dalston: Your Guide to London’s Coolest Neighbourhood
By Dave and Vicky

If you’re looking to experience another side of London – the side of London the tourists never see – then it might be time to check out Dalston. This popular East London neighbourhood may be full of chicken shops, Caribbean takeaways and pentecostal churches, but it has…

England Wrap Up $71 Per Day
Jan 7

England Wrap Up $71 Per Day
By Vicky

If you’re looking for accommodations, check out the many holiday homes in UK. They’re super cozy and very affordably priced accommodation options.         We spent an average $71 each per day in England over the course of 23 days. Here is a…

Photo of the Week – Stratford-Upon-Avon, England
Jan 5

Photo of the Week – Stratford-Upon-Avon, England
By Vicky

One Day in Newcastle
Jan 4

One Day in Newcastle
By Vicky

After spending a day huddled under the covers to warm up from our seaglass adventure we were ready to go out and see Newcastle. Newcastle is a port city in the north east of England and was founded 2,000 years ago as a Roman Fort…

Jan 3

From the Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame: what is Paris’ most famous landmark?
By Dave and Vicky

Paris is undeniably home to some of the most iconic and instantly recognisable landmarks in the world. From the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre, the city’s architectural gems attract visitors from across the globe. But with so many internationally renowned landmarks to choose from, just…

Collecting Sea Glass in Seaham
Jan 3

Collecting Sea Glass in Seaham
By Vicky

Our main reason for heading to Newcastle in fact had nothing to do with Newcastle. We were going to use the city as a jumping off point for sea glass hunting. Dave’s mom has a seaglass jewelry side business and she occasionally buys her seaglass…

Getting Lost in the Cotswolds
Dec 30

Getting Lost in the Cotswolds
By Vicky

The Cotswolds is a charming region in England, a few hours north of London. While the best way to see the various villages and towns is by car, we decided to do it our own way, low budget. And by that I mean I looked…

The Incredible Stonehenge
Dec 27

The Incredible Stonehenge
By Vicky

Stonehenge is one of those sites I have heard about for years. Even now I can picture those National Geographic programs with a helicopter filming the stones from an aerial view. I can still see the dramatic lighting and hear the booming voice narrating the…

A few Days in London
Dec 24

A few Days in London
By Vicky

After almost a year of traveling through Asia and Europe we finally landed in what was still a foreign country but where the native language was our own, English. We had landed in England. And though yes at times it almost felt like we were…