Living, Working and Playing in the South West

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    GO BACKPARKING AND CAMPING TO EXPLORE THE AREA Forget the hustle and bustle of everyday city life and take off to the serene South West countryside where the atmosphere is calm and the natural beauty is welcoming. Visit the quaint villages, explore the spectacular landscape and discover splendid wildlife. The best way to enjoy this fascinating landscape is by a back packing trip, an intimate experience with the countryside. You can enjoy hiking or biking through the massive country side and enjoy the dramatic landscape from thatched cottages in Cornwall and collapsed stone wall revealing the times gone …

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5 best places in England to learn to surf

Since the 1960’s, surfing in the UK has grown in popularity, partly thanks to The Beach Boys! In 1966 the British Surfing Association was formed to promote surfing in the UK. The British Surfing Association created a large following and the popularity of surfing and the surf culture grew to where it is today. Some of the best surfers in the World were born and bred in England such as Ben Skinner from Cornwall. For those who’ve never dabbled in surfing you are really missing out. England is the perfect place to learn to surf with great surf instructors, safe …

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5 Must Visit Destinations in South West England

NEWQUAY It’s one of the top destinations in England with good reason.Its fantastic sandy beach is its major attraction but Newquay has a lot more than the sand. There is a lot more to attract the lone traveler, but it is still an ideal location for a family break with plenty of large sized accommodation and places to relax. The Lappa Valley Steam Railway is a magical place to relax and enjoy riding in quaint steam train as you explorethis well preserved woodland.  You will see a host of birds such as ravens, woodpeckers, buzzards and swallows. You can also …

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The History Buff’s Guide to London, England

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It’s difficult to imagine a tour of London without wanting to explore the history of a city that has helped to shape so much of the modern world.  When embarking on your cruise to London, be sure to plan a visit to some of the most famous attraction. Founded as a settlement of the Roman Empire over two millennia ago, London is rich with history, and features some remains of its interior walls that are still standing from 200 A.D., before the city was eventually abandoned by the declining Empire. London experienced a rebirth when Alfred the Great conquered the …

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