The Peak District – Bakewell

With our check out of our little cottage in Eyam being at 11am we decided we weren’t quite ready to go yet and wanted to go and get some food together before going our separate ways. We were in just the right spot to go exploring somewhere else so we decided to head to theContinue reading “The Peak District – Bakewell”

The Peak District – Ladybower Reservoir Walk

The next day we went for a less mountainous walk but definitely a long one. Recommended by both my stepmum and my sister to myself and Maddie had also seen this walk online, we headed to the Lady Bower Reservoir! We parked up again in a lay-by on the side of the road and thereContinue reading “The Peak District – Ladybower Reservoir Walk”

The Blog Brew Collaboration – Christmas: Christmas Markets all over the Globe.

Covid might still be very much a thing but we really can’t let it dull our Christmas spirit. Especially with how this year has already gone. So as part of the Blog Brew Collaboration this month and sticking to the theme of Christmas I wanted to share some of the top Christmas markets all overContinue reading “The Blog Brew Collaboration – Christmas: Christmas Markets all over the Globe.”

The Peak District – Cottage Living

After all of us being put through our paces since being back at work a well deserved Covid 19 permitted trip was definitely on the card. After Jack and Maddie had stated they were going to the peaks for a week and an invite later we were on our way to Eyam in the peaksContinue reading “The Peak District – Cottage Living”

Road Trip Essentials: What to take with you on your travels!

If there is anything I’ve discovered from Covid-19 is that I love road trips. It’s made me appreciate where I am a lot more and especially just how much there is to do in the UK. When people tell you to visit England, they aren’t lying. There are just so many beautiful places in theContinue reading “Road Trip Essentials: What to take with you on your travels!”

SW Coastal Road Trip Day 7 – Bath, Stonehenge, Home

The dreaded last day of the road trip, it definitely had a downward feeling about it. I wish we could’ve been going for a little bit longer and seen a little bit more! So after spending a nice relaxed morning we decided to head for some breakfast which was included in our stay at theContinue reading “SW Coastal Road Trip Day 7 – Bath, Stonehenge, Home”

The Peak District – B29 Overexposed wreckage walk

Once I got wind we were heading to the peak district ironically, a Tiktok came up on my feed about a crash site up in the mountains! The B29 Bomber plan crash and i love dark tourism so this was an awesome find. So upon learning it was also half an hour away from whereContinue reading “The Peak District – B29 Overexposed wreckage walk”

SW Coastal Road Trip Day 6 – Hangloose Eden Project Zipe Wire & Bath

Leaving Newquay definitely made the two of us sad, we really didn’t want to leave so have decided we will absolutely go back again as soon as we can. Before we hit the road we headed for breakfast at Fore Café, a cute independent café in Newquay for some sausage and bacon sarnies and aContinue reading “SW Coastal Road Trip Day 6 – Hangloose Eden Project Zipe Wire & Bath”

SW Coastal Road Trip Day 3 – Brixham, Totness, Dartmoor & St Ives

Another early wake up on Day 3 for a full day of action and exploring with Tasmin as our tour guide showing us around Brixham, Berry Head, Totnes and Dartmoor before we headed across to St Ives! Our first stop was Berry Head just around the corner from Torquay and Brixham. It was a beautifulContinue reading “SW Coastal Road Trip Day 3 – Brixham, Totness, Dartmoor & St Ives”

SW Coastal Road Trip Day 2 – Durdle Door, Exeter & Torquay

After an awesome first night in Bournemouth Brad and I were up early (which makes a nice change) and ready for our next adventure to Durdle Door, Exeter and Torquay all in one day! We decided to get some food once we had arrived at Durdle Door so skipped out on breakfast to get onContinue reading “SW Coastal Road Trip Day 2 – Durdle Door, Exeter & Torquay”