• Gin tasting experience - UKTR blog post

    Cornish Gin tasting experience

    You a gin lover? Silly, question. Everyone is at the moment. I was a massive whiskey drinker and keep waiting for it to have a comeback. via GIPHY But have to say, I’ve been drawn to the dark side. via GIPHY Quite like it’s origin as well with it...
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    My Blake Lively Surfing Moment

    I saw that shark film recently with Blake Lively in, The Shallows. It’s not the best shark movie out there as Emma, the biggest shark fan I know, would tell you. But there’s one scene in it that I loved. The surfing one. And I remember her awesome surfing...
  • Fashion over comfort when travelling- - UKTR blog post

    Fashion over comfort when travelling?

    Where did this come from? When I was travelling around Europe I only had a backpack to carry with me. Everything in that backpack was supposed to last for six months. Obviously, I didn’t really have the money to buy a new outfit and with time, my sense of...
  • The Most Beautiful Places To Visit in Scotland - UKTR blog post

    The Most Beautiful Places To Visit in Scotland

    Scotland is home to some of the most stunning and breath-taking locations within the UK and will definitely not disappoint any passing visitor. We have created a list of some of Scotland’s most beautiful places and locations that you simply must visit whilst in the country. Edinburgh We are...
  • The value of travelling to Dark Places - UKTR blog post

    The Value of Travelling to Dark Places

    Cruising down the auto-route, eastbound out of Paris, one sees huge billboards advertising Disneyland.   Now make no mistake about it, I and my family visited Disneyland before, although the one in Orlando, Florida, rather than the one in France.   We have also unfurled the family flag at...
  • A complete guide to train travel guide - UKTR blog post

    The 2017 Guide to Train Travel in Britain

    Travelling by train can be one of the most convenient and best ways of seeing Britain. However, the variety of different trains and tickets can be quite confusing. Also, locals f***ing hate it! Like really. They’re 80% of the time late and commuters usually take the hit every single...
  • Backpacking through Sri Lanka - Colombo & Galle UKTR blog post

    Backpacking Through Sri Lanka

    Of all the places I have visited, Sri Lanka is one of the most interesting and exotic. The first part of my backpacking trip, taking in Mount Lavinia and Galle, was a truly memorable experience that I would recommend to anyone looking for an unusual and varied holiday destination....
  • 6 Questions to Ask Before Buying A Backpack

    If you’re a regular traveller, you’ll know the importance of a backpack.  A backpack is so much more versatile and convenient than a suitcase for the serious traveller. A backpack is smaller, easier to carry, suitable for every kind of trip and it can take much more abuse on the...
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    7 Places In New York Better Than Times Square

    If you’re heading to New York, you’re in for a treat. The city delights international visitors every day and, for many, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime trip. You don’t want to waste your time there on disappointing attractions and sights that will let you down – Times Square, for instance, looks...
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    Walking Through The Steep Streets Of San Francisco

    One of the vacations I have enjoyed the most has been my trip to San Francisco, it was my first time in the city and I went on my own. It’s funny that my only trip without having companion resulted in the most wonderful experience I’ve had by that...