Life after Covid-19

March 2020

The Corona Virus pandemic caught us all by suprise, a consequence of this is that travel has seriously been affected. On a more optimisitc note we are looking at the possibility of summer/autumn travel and here are a few ideas subject to your own governments travel reccommendations. Due to the current situation regarding Covid-19 we wouldnt reccomend travelling to the UK unless your own governments confirm that it is safe to do so.

Beleive it or not the UK boasts some of the worlds most beautiful beaches. From the family friendly crowd pleasers in Devon like Woolacombe Beach, an epic 3 mile long beach full with glistening sand. Lined with multicoloured beach huts, a bouncy castle, and a huge boat swing this beach is the perfect day out for a family. Then on to surfing hotspots in Cornwall like Watergate Bay, a magnet for surfers and thrillseekers. Here you are able to take surfing lessons with likeminded people, in addition they also hold regular events on the beach ( Rock to Rock festival , July ). Moving on to secluded coves in Scotland, for exmple The Sands of Brekon. This beautiful beach provides a view of the sunset over the Atlantic ocean and there is almost no one about!

The UK also offers a variety of gardens and nature reserves to visit if this is more your thing than relaxing on a beach all day. RHS Garden wisley is a good place to start. This garden is home to one of the largest plant collections in the world, the gardens delight through every season and dont forget to visit the glasshouse set to transfer you to far-flung shores. In addition, sitting in the Yorkshire countryside, RHS Harlow Carr offers a variety of landscapes from running water, to woodland, to wildflower meadows. Both gardens offer free public toilets and dining options. 

The UK also offers an abundance of vibrant cities filled with lots of fun things to do, querky places to eat and relaxing places to stay. The obvious is London. The capital of England offers many family fun things to do, for example, The London Dungeons, a theatrical experience which provides a fun way to learn about the citys dark past.  The London Eye, Europes tallest observation wheel provides panoramic views of the magnificent city.  Perhaps visit Soho or China town for some delicious cuisine. Edinburgh, Scotlands capital is a magnificent medevil city full of history and culture. Looming of the city is Edinburgh Castle, home to Scotlands crown jewels and is a very inetersting and fun visit. In August Edinburgh holds the famous Fringe Festival. The worlds greatest platform for creative freedom, and the biggest celebration of arts and culture. The streets are filled with performers and different cuisines for you to enjoy. If you are looking to be in a city but be in a more relaxed environment Liverpool is a good option. Here there are many restaurants and hotels around the Royal Albert Dock that you can relax and unwind and spend some quality 1 on 1 time whilst next to the water. The Royal Albert Dock was the first structure in Britain to be built by cast iron, brick and stone. As a result it was the worlds first non-combustible wharehouse system in the world. Therefore it is well worth a visit. 

The UK is an ideal destination for this time of year but please take note of your own governments advice on travelling. 

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