Guide to the 8 White Chalk Horses on the Wiltshire Hills

Wiltshire in the south west of England is renowned for its rolling green hills. Here and there you will see patches of white chalk shining through and over the years around thirteen white horses have been carved out of the chalk. Out of that thirteen, only eight white chalk horses are still visible today. The……..

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Amazing Vegan Restaurants in Europe

With the rising trend of people giving up eating all animal products, the number of vegan restaurants in Europe and around the world has grown. Plant-based menus have become more interesting, and colourful – no more plates of boring brown sludge. Vegan pizza, sushi, burgers, vegan junk food are all available now. But how do……..

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UNESCO Heritage Sites In The UK

The sixth in my series about UNESCO sites off the beaten track takes us home to the UK. My fellow bloggers have helped me produce the following list of unusual UNESCO Heritage sites in The UK. UNESCO Heritage sites in The UK Avebury Henge, Wiltshire by Faith from XYU and Beyond   Everyone knows the UNESCO……..

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Colourful Tenemnet houses in Zamosc Poland with blue, red and yellow painted facades

UNESCO Sites Off the Beaten Track – Europe

I recently visited the Isle of Man which I discovered is the only whole nation to be a member of the UNESCO world network of Biosphere Reserves. This got me thinking about other lesser known UNESCO sites that are off the beaten track. I reached out to some of my fellow bloggers and the result is this……..

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ombai Chai and Coffee Truffle Teas at The Chesterton Bicester

Afternoon Tea at The Chesterton Hotel, Bicester: Review

This post about the Afternoon Tea Experience was created in collaboration with The Chesterton Hotel, Bicester. Two elegant glass teapots are gently placed before us, one with amber liquid and the other a deeper almost ruby red. A silver timer with 3, 4 and 5 minutes engraved on the top is put next to them………

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The Bloggers Retreat

Bloggers’ Retreat with The Travel Hack and the Twins That Travel

As I drove down to Somerset earlier this year, I mentally went through the list of bloggers that I would be joining on the first-ever Bloggers’ Retreat. Bloggers I followed, I looked up to and wanted to emulate would be there, learning with me. And here was me, in my first six months of blogging,……..

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