Category: Things to Do

5 Novel Things to Do in Hay on Wye


Looking for things to do in Hay on Wye? Me (Joel) and an old friend of mine, Rob, headed to Hay on Wye for a bit of a lads weekend to catch up and enjoy a bit of kayaking. Rob came down on his brand-new Royal Enfield Himalayan and I went in Bumper, of course. We both came from the Midlands and unfortunately, Rob got caught in severe traffic and heavy rain, which led to a rather wet and late arrival. So wet, he could wring his gloves out Ha! But despite that, we had a cracking weekend catching up over a few beers, coffees and paddles on the River Wye. Read on to find out more about the town!

An Awesome Scotland Road Trip Part 2

Scotland road trip

A Scotland road trip Part 2! Welcome to part two of our Scottish road trip. Read to the bottom to find out how many miles we drove, how far we walked and how much we spent. We mentioned the blistering temperatures when we walked up Ben Nevis. Undoubtedly, we had the best of the weather on our Scotland road trip, with nothing but sun and warmth. Apart from at the top of Ben Nevis, of course.

10 Best Things to Do in Plymouth This Weekend

10 things to do in Plymouth, England – Britain’s Ocean City. It was home to Me (Joel) for one month shy of 18 years. Growing up in Leeds, Plymouth was a long way from my birthplace. Leeds being over 300 miles away and landlocked! Stacey grew up in mid-Cornwall, 30 or so miles away and it was our joint home for almost six years.

6 Enjoyable Things to Do on Dartmoor

Dartmoor was one of the first National Parks designated in Britain. It’s a pretty big place that dominates almost a fifth of the county it sits in – Devon. Dartmoor also has over 10000 ancient sites within its 400 square miles. Because of the sheer size of Dartmoor, there are too many places to talk about, so we’ve brought you a list of our favourite things to do on Dartmoor.

10 Best Places to Visit in the Cotswolds

Before I get into the list of the 10 best places to visit in the Cotswolds, let’s talk a little about the place… When I think of the Cotswolds, I think of an area that is quintessentially English. If you want a taste of the best of what England has to offer, look no further than the Cotswolds. You will fall in love with the rolling hills, history, thatched cottages, and romantic views.