Tate Modern

In the heart of London on the edge of the river Thames, the Tate Modern is an ‘institution that houses the United Kingdom's national collection of British art, and international modern and contemporary art'. Founded in 1897 by Henry Tate, the gallery comprises of multiple floors including a turbine hall and a bridge looking down from... Continue Reading →


Black Rocks + Carsington Water

Not a very adventurous location, Black Rocks in Derbyshire is a short walk and day out. There are opportunities to go rock climbing as well as lots of tracks for cycling. To extend our day we went to Carsington Water and walked around the lake. Theres a café at Carsington and it tends to get... Continue Reading →

Athabasca Falls

Situated in Jasper national park, Athabasca falls is considered the most powerful falls in Jasper. The falls themselves aren’t incredibly impressive but the colours during summertime are stunning! The stunning warm colours coming from the moss and rocks clashes with the cool tones from the water flowing through them. Consider wearing the appropriate clothing since the... Continue Reading →

Nottingham Contemporary

The Nottingham Contemporary is one of Britain’s largest centres for contemporary art. Opened in 2009, the Contemporary is 3000 sq metres and was designed by architects Caruso St John on the edge of Nottingham’s lace market. The contemporary attracts around 200,000 visitors a year and around "50% of visitors are relatively young under 35”. Suitable... Continue Reading →

Belton House

Belton house sits perfectly in the spacious countryside in Lincolnshire. Around the house there are various lakes and gardens to walk around as well as greenhouses filled with tropical plants. Belton is a great day out with the family and also has a large playground perfect for kids (and adults hehe). There are lots of... Continue Reading →

15 Roadtrip Essentials

1) Headrest/Pillows/Blanket 2) Paper (Toilet roll, Paper Towels, Wet Wipes etc) 3) First Aid Kit 4) Games/Magazines 5) Flashlight 6) Music 7) Portable Chargers 8) Paper Maps 9) Water Bottles/Flasks 10) Trash Can (I recommend putting a bag in a cereal container!) 11) Tent 12) Handirack 13) Toiletries 14) Electronic Cooker 15) Food!

Fistral Beach

Perfect for body borders, surfers and those who just want to chill out, Fistral is a short stretch of beach also accompanied by rock pools. Depending on when you visit, you might be lucky enough to watch the Board masters surfing competition.  If you prefer to be around less people I recommend going during late... Continue Reading →

Cornwall Road Trip!

Day One After spending many hours in the car we arrived at Crantock beach and spent the day bathing and swimming until check in time arrived. We spent our first night a 15 minute walk away from Fistral. Day Two We repeated day one and spent our time at Crantock beach again. After two years... Continue Reading →


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