York is a funny town that seemed to not buy too much into the industrial revolution, without loads of factories and periods of economic boom and bust. In fact, four hits of the plague left York still steadily growing! This has left a wonderful character of feeling like you are wandering into a 16th century city to attend some sort of medieval fair.
“I like this place and could willingly waste my time in it”- Rosalind (As You Like It) Stratford-upon-Avon was our next stop on #jongmasjourney 2.0 as we rolled further up […]
We begin our United Kingdom and Ireland Adventure with the first stop in Oxford. A University town which boasts arguably the most prestigious educational institution ever, regularly birthing leaders and academics of the highest standard. Although today rolled in a busload of layman tourists to wander the famed roads of Narnia and Lord of the Rings inspiration.
On the summery afternoon once school had broken up, our travel team made an afternoon out of a trip to Gloucester. Only a half hour trip from our accommodation, we […]
Cheltenham Town is in a league of it’s own during the summer. Festivals everywhere, a beautiful bustling town and a local mood that rivals the energy level of Anthony the […]
The immortal words… “I’ll be back” Two and a half years ago I said that to all my friends in England, as I boarded a the bus first thing after […]
Since leaving home last December I have been missing a few things; but family is quite near the top of the list! I have been very fortunate to have my […]
Over the last 7 months I have had many opportunities to explore and visit London, and can say confidently I think I can navigate the CBD of London better than […]
A week off work travelling the ethereal Lake District
Holidays are fantastic, but I have to somehow pay for them… Gladly we have begun to see the sun break through the grey and with few weeks of incredible weather, […]