Jersey may be a small island, but it has plenty of heart and spirit. Especially the naturalist and author Gerald Durell, who in 1959 set
During World War II, the only British soil to be occupied by the German Armed Forces were the islands of Jersey and Guernsey in the English Channel. This occupation lasted five years. The aftermath is still visible with the underground Jersey War Tunnels located at St. Lawerence.
I recently visited the lovely little Channel Island of Jersey, and there were a few things that I learnt on my adventures that would have
The 1st March is a celebration in Wales of St David, the patron saint. Although it has been more than 1400 years since the days
The United Kingdom is a beautiful and stunning travel destination, and there are so many incredible places to visit. Here are my top 7 spots for when you are planning your next UK trip.
Where the sun shines fair on the banks of Loch Lomond Britain’s largest loch (or lake) is one of the most beautiful destinations in Scotland