I drive to work. Like the majority of people I know, my journey doesn’t work on public transport. I get up and drive every morning.
There’s nothing wrong with my drive, I hit a couple of A roads and then the M25 and another motorway off into the countryside. I quiet enjoy my journey to and from work and I chose to live this far away from work. It allows me a complete separation from all aspects of my job. I will literally never see any of my colleges outside of work.
I enjoy it because I chose that. It might be a few hours of my day, but it’s my few hours alone where I can think and dream of other things.
As soon as you arrive in Leeds, leave your bags in the Excess Baggage and head out to explore the city, you’ll realise that you can’t go wrong. The city has a wealth of amazing pubs, from the small curiosity to the waterside front, there is a pub to suit every occasion and every want.
Driving & Road Safety Abroad
Visiting a country for the first time is a lot of fun. You will get to experience many things that you’ve never seen or heard of before. That’s why it’s important to plan ahead, especially if you want to operate a motor vehicle in the country you are visiting. You will be in unfamiliar territory and every country has different driving regulations.
Some rules can come to you as a surprise, because it’s something you’re not accustomed to seeing. The country may also have different requirements and require specific documentation in order for you to drive. Discover everything you need to know and have before getting behind the wheel in a new country.
Glasgow is such an amazing city. It is a perfect balance of a laid-back and modern life. There are a lot of people who visit this city each year because it has a lot to offer. Imagine living in this place. You will feel like you are in paradise every single day.
If you are from a different city in the UK, Glasgow can still surprise you in many ways. There are a lot of things that you can learn when you decide to settle in this historic city with breath-taking scenery.
- Annual summer holidays are more popular amongst Londoners than those living in the Midlands
- Londoners more likely to go on UK and international holidays than Midlanders
- Londoners happier to travel alone than those in the Midlands
As the capital of our country, London depicts all that is truly British in many ways. The home of international business organisations, a wide range of cultural institutes and some of the best academic institutions in the world, Brits are generally very happy to allow London to act as cover girl for our country. However, as we saw distinctively in the EU referendum, Londoners often think differently to those living in other parts of the UK, and this even translates into our holiday habits.
Now that Christmas is over with, it always amazes me that we haven’t had the worst of the weather. You would think, that after spending nearly thirty years experiencing the same thing every single year, that I would have gotten used to it by now. The winter months do not just magically stop with the calendar year, they manage to grow with anger right up beyond February.
Bali is an island filled with natural treasures of diverse categories. The term paradise is apt for this place as the natural beauty associated with it is simply unbelievable. It is one of the prime tourist destinations in the world. The island offers an amazing experience of beach life, water sports and surfing in the Indian Ocean. Nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts can enjoy the tropical jungles, sandy coastline, and mountainous geography associated with this island. Along with this, Bali also offers a rich heritage of traditional cuisine, culture and tradition, thereby making it a destination that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Bali is all about exploring the serene environment and celebrating life.
If anything could more fun than spending a sunshiny day at the beach with your kids, we don’t know what it is. Nothing compares to wholesome hours spent digging sun and sand, especially if you prepare properly. In the interest of happy beach-going families everywhere, we are pleased to present a few tricks and tips that may help you enjoy the beach even better.
A trip to Bali Island is the plan, great choice, if you ask me! This gorgeous little island has got more than enough to offer for an amazing holiday. Not only is Bali home to the most beautiful beaches, endless emerald rice paddies and buzzing towns as well as charming little fishermen’s villages, the island’s diversity is second to none with holy volcanoes, dramatic river valleys, rainforests, lakes, temples and the enchanting Balinese Hindu culture. I think it is safe to say that Bali has got something for everyone. Whether you are a couple in love, a family with kids or a group of friends, there are tons of things to see and do and so many interesting and fun places to visit – It is a heavenly playground for all! Wildlife below and above the surface, temples, beaches and beach clubs, streaming rivers to go wild water rafting, towns to go shop, wine and dine, coffee plantations, cycling routes through the rice fields. The list is endless, let’s take a closer look at what you need for a most memorable stay on ‘the island of the Gods’;
Did you know that Hyde Park is the largest amongst the four Royal Parks in London? The Park that covers an area of 350 acres came into existence in 1536, when Henry VIII took the land from Westminster Abbey to use it as a hunting ground. It was in 1637 when Hyde Park was opened to the public and since then Hyde Park has been a prominent destination that offers both world-class events and concerts.