Whether it’s a family holiday, a week away with friends or a romantic trip for two, many of us are already looking forward to our summer getaway.
But while the beaches of Spain, Portugal or France might be stunning, it is easy to forget that there are breathtaking seaside escapes right here in the UK.
From the rugged beauty of Scotland to the unspoilt sands of Merseyside, we have picked out the very best shorelines in England, Scotland and Wales that are just waiting to be explored. See more at Source: The ultimate beach escapes to enjoy this summer
Rose Previte is a food-world darling, thanks to Compass Rose and Maydan, her acclaimed Washington D.C. restaurants that serve travel-inspired dishes, transporting diners everywhere from the markets of Georgia (the country, not the state) to a Bedouin tent in the Sahara desert. Using street food as her muse, Previte and her team roam the globe meeting local chefs and finding authentic flavors that they weave into their menus back home, exposing diners to some of the world’s most under-appreciated but delicious cuisines. The concept has paid off: Compass Rose is one of the hottest tickets in town, and in 2018 Maydan was named one of America’s best new restaurants by Bon Appetit magazine. See more at Source: An Expert’s Guide To The World’s 10 Best Street Food Bites
It doesn’t feel that long ago since last year’s Love Island contestants shook the proverbial sand from their sandals and headed home. Nine weeks of fun, frolics and fracas became the source of many discussions over favourite (and not-so-favourite) couples, and here we are again, gearing up for what looks to be another scorcher of a show.
As the 12 new Islanders – which include 20-year-old Tommy, brother of professional boxer Tyson Fury, and professional surfer Laura Crane, 23 – get ready to make their ITV2 debut in the fifth series (airing June 3), images of the incredible Majorcan villa they’ll be calling home for the summer have started to dominate news and social media feeds. Read more at Source: How to stay in the Love Island Villa (without having to go on the show)
Mention a girl going on a solo trip and the first thing that comes to your mind is safety. Other assumptions and concerns that follow are secondary, but her safety is always the first priority. “Is it safe?”, is a question that girls who prefer travelling solo are often faced with. But here’s the thing: travelling alone doesn’t mean inviting trouble. Hell, a lot of stereotypical notions and beliefs associated with a solo journey are far from the truth and need to be busted. Here are a few very-cliched myths about solo travelling that we wish we could do away with: 5 Myths About Solo Travelling That Need To Be Busted Right Away!
This weekend is so huge, it was almost impossible to choose only 12 highlights. Check out the new menu at COYA, an artistic dinner or why not have race your friends around a karting track? Whatever you do, we hope you have a great one. Read More at Source: 12 fun things to do in Dubai this weekend – What’s On Dubai
Experience the city of Livingstone, Zambia. Boasting an array of wildlife and landscapes from the Victoria Falls to the Zambezi River and more. Whether you’re going on family holiday, honeymoon, or an action-packed getaway here’s a guide of places to go and things to see.
Described as one of the most peaceful countries in Africa, Zambia lies in the heart of Southern Africa and is a truly stunning place to visit. Boasting an array of landscapes and wildlife, reflected through the diverseness of its people and culture, it should certainly be added to your holiday wishlist. But if you’re looking for a truly natural Zambian experience, look no further than Livingstone. Home of the mighty Victoria Falls, also known locally as Mosi-Tunya directly translating to ‘The smoke which thunders’. Read more at Source: Zambia: 5 of the best things to do and see in Livingstone! From safari experiences to microlighting