10 Holidays to Make Your Appreciate the UK

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Before you book that holiday to Menorca, have you considered staying closer to home this summer? The UK is full of amazing destinations which will open your eyes to the possibilities of holidaying in this country. There’s a wealth of amazing countryside, coasts and cities to explore within the British Isles. Here are ten of the best destinations for you to discover if you haven’t already done so.

Glenfinnan, Scotland

Famously featuring in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (the flying Ford Anglia lands on the Glenfinnan Viaduct), this area of the highlands boasts beautiful scenery as well as a wealth of history. The Glenfinnan Monument commemorates the place where Bonnie Prince Charlie gathered the Jacobites to battle for the British Throne.

Cardiff, Wales

Cardiff is a must-see for the architecture fan. The Welsh capital’s Bay regeneration is an impressive example of modern building design as is Cardiff City Library. For the sports fan, there are also plenty of events and stadia to explore when you are.

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Cornwall, England

The jewel in English Riviera’s crown, Cornwall offers beautiful coast lines, quaint fishing villages and delicious pasties! Cornwall is famous for its surfing hotspots but there is much more to discover in the county.

The Lake District, England

The Lake District National Park is the perfect place to reconnect with nature and gawp at the awe-inspiring scenery. Perfect for walkers but also great for water sports enthusiasts and those who simply want to enjoy the quaint Lakeland towns.

London, England

You’ve probably already visited the capital but it is still worth reminding ourselves of a city which is rightly counted as one of the best in the world.

Shetland Islands, Scotland

For isolation and rugged beauty, you will struggle to find anywhere on earth that beats the Shetlands.

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Liverpool, England

The city on the edge of the Mersey has enjoyed a renaissance since it was crowned Capital of Culture in 2008. If you have already visited The Beatle’s spiritual home of the Cavern, there’s great shopping in Liverpool One and the best museums outside of London.

Brecon Beacons, Wales

Another National Park endowed with extraordinary natural beauty, the Beacons is a walker’s paradise. For a special day out, try the region’s mountain railway.

Cairngorms, Scotland

Majestic deer, birds of prey and wildcats can all be spotted in the Scotland’s finest National Park. If you are a wildlife enthusiast, this is the trip for you. Domestic holiday provider UK Breakaways run trips to nearby places such as the Spittal of Glenshee.

The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

This UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the world’s most awesome spectacles. With flights to Northern Ireland so cheap you owe it to yourself to visit as soon as possible.

Ibiza- Must to do things at Island that never sleeps

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If you are a party person then you should have definitely been to or at least heard of Ibiza which can be considered as synonymous to party, bars, nightclubs and a happening nightlife. The moment you step out of the airport in Ibiza, the place welcomes you with bright colored and interesting advertisements about array of clubs holdings events throughout the place. Geographically Ibiza is an island which is situated in the Mediterranean Sea at 79 KMS off the coast in Valencia City in eastern Spain. Large number of tourists visits Ibiza due to its popular summer club activities.

So if you are planning for an interesting holiday with your best buddies and wish to shake your leg with the latest tunes with latest DJs then a weekend break to Ibiza is the best option. Along with nightlife, there are many other things to do in this island and the list of top 8 is given below:

  1. Clubbing: Clubbing and partying is what Ibiza is known for and when you are on this island you will be spoilt for choices when it comes to clubs and events. There are many famous clubs on island which have their own specialties like Privilege known for its 10,000 capacity, Space for day clubbing, Pacha for year round activities and many others.
  2. Sunset at Café Del Mar: The Café Del Mar is a popular bar in Ibiza that lies in the sunset strip at the far end of the San Antonio Bay and is known for its spectacular sunset view.
  3. Hippy Market: The Ibiza Hippy market is organized at Es Cana & San Carlos on Wednesdays and Saturdays respectively where you can enjoy shopping of local crafts as well good music.
  4. Midnight walks on the old streets: The cities of Dalt Vila lights up like fairytale during the night and is definitely one of the most interesting things to visit while in Ibiza. Various café, bars and other stores are open even after midnight where you can enjoy a drink as well as shopping.
  5. Dip in Mid baths at Es Palmador: Es Palmador is a neighboring island of Ibiza and here you can enjoy the mud bath which is definitely an interesting thing to do.
  6. Driving Tours: Driving in Ibiza is definitely interesting way to explore the island. You can rent a car and enjoy the place to its fullest and even take a break at various stops in between.
  7. Visit popular rock of Es Vedra: located at around 3kms off the coast, the 400 meters high rock of Es Vedra is simply an amazing view and is also an official natural reserve. It looks even more breathtaking at the sunset and is a perfect picturesque spot.
  8. Boat Trips: Boat trips are also an adventurous and must do activity while in Ibiza. Besides enjoying various water activities you can even hire a water taxi for a lunch.

Thus Ibiza can be considered as a perfect fulfilled holiday gateway which offers plenty of enjoyment options suiting tastes of all.

Ways to Make Cash While You’re Traveling

Everyone wants their holiday to last longer, actually they would love for it to last forever. Unless you’re rich and retired though, that’s just not happening. So how can you prolong your trip without running out of money? The simplest answer is to just make money from your holiday destination. Don’t think we’re crazy, it’s far easier than you would think…

Here are just a few option for earning the extra dough you need to make that holiday last for the time you really deserve to be away.

The most practical job you could get might not actually involve cash changing hands. Some travelers can very easily pick up some work at a hotel or restaurant and work for food and shelter. That’s the majority of your costs right there, so this can be your baby step into entering the world of working to travel more.

If this isn’t your cup of tea, take a look at your skills. What can you offer people? If you are a diver, there are plenty of dive shop all around the world who take in dive instructors. If you know English as well as another language, that’s a huge plus too.

Maybe you’re a yoga teacher? Find  a sanctuary that is in need of a wholesome yogi who’s willing to work as a yoga teacher to extend their travels. There are even people working on yachts as a waiter for a few months, and at the end of their stint on the boat, they get a handful of money and a plane ticket wherever they want.
There are plenty of ways to earn to cash, and nowadays, with the internet, you can even work online. The skills we spoke about earlier can be applied to anything that involves a computer. Writers, graphic designers, translators, transcribers, data entry specialist, and more are all job positions that don’t require you to walk in to an office everyday with a suit and tie. If you want, you can even be a trader. Again, we’re just using the computer, so that mean you can be on the beach of Costa Rica with a cocktail in hand while you make money from behind your computer. Don’t know how to be a trader? Knowledge to Action can help with that, just check out the below video for more information. Wanting to acquire another skill? There’s plenty of ways to educate yourself online so you can work online, and thus becoming a traveler who works with a location independent job, ultimate freedom!