England has a deep-rooted history that they are proud of and it radiates from its gothic cathedrals to its castles and forts that dot the land. Modesty and self-deprecating humour maybe some of the English’s most endearing attributes, but the countryside from Cornwall to the White Cliffs of the Seven Sisters all the way to the Lake District can be stunning, and some of the museums and galleries rank among the best in the world.

From exploring the Roman remains of Hadrian's Wall, the Roman Baths in Bath, the ancient megaliths of Stonehenge, viewing the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace, to enjoying an evening at one of London's unparalleled theatre scene, there is boundless variety of this once great Empire. London’s streets vibrate day and night, lined with enticing shops and facades, and some of the finest attractions in the world. After dark, uber-cool clubs, top-class restaurants and world-class live music provide a string of nights you won’t forget…and somewhere the football will be playing!

Next day, you maybe back in the English countryside or visiting the historic Victory in Portsmouth or just lounging on ‘Murray Mound’ watching the tennis at The All England Wimbledon Championship; there really is something for everyone.

Beautiful Bath, a Visitors Guide

As part of a summer trip intrepidly travelling around the United Kingdom I had come to Bath as I was enroute to experience the Summer Solstice sunrise at Stonehenge. Bath is... Read more >>

Brilliant Brighton and the Seven Sisters Coastal Walk

Brighton, on the south coast of England, is a renowned seaside resort and delightful city. Often referred to as "London-by-the-Sea" on account of it being conveniently close (only an... Read more >>

Hiking the length of the Historic Hadrian’s Wall

Hadrian’s Wall was the defensive wall built by the Romans on the northern border of their empire during the reign of Emperor Hadrian (117 to... Read more >>

Loving London

“You find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London. No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”  - Samuel Johnson

London's Best Yearly Event - The All England Wimbledon Championship

The All England Wimbledon Tennis Championship is considered the world’s greatest tournament on account of the quality of tennis, the prize money... Read more >>

Newcastle, England’s Stag and Hen Party Town!

Founded nearly 2000 years as a Roman Fort at one end of Hadrian’s Wall (a ruin that has been uncovered and excavated at Segedunum), Newcastle is... Read more >>

Stonehenge’s Midsummer Sunrise Festival

For a number of years I’d been wanting to not only explore the Stonehenge complex, but also to witness the summer solstice at the world famous prehistoric monument... Read more >>

Advice for Viewing the Queens Birthday Celebration – Trooping the Colour, Royal Balcony Appearance & RAF Flyby

Trooping the Colour is a traditional ceremony performed by regiments of the British and Commonwealth armies with... Read more >>