The Cheltenham Festival 2015
Jan21

The Cheltenham Festival 2015

The Cheltenham Festival 2015 It is that time of year again when The Cheltenham Festival is nearly upon us. Every year this major 4-day horseracing event takes place in the town of Cheltenham, England. The finest horses and trainers compete in the biggest races of the season watched by 60-70,000 people every day. The Cheltenham Festival 2015 will take place between the 10th – 13th March. Champion Day – 10th March 2015 “The...

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The Cheltenham Festival 2014
Mar02

The Cheltenham Festival 2014

Any horse racing fan will know that in the United Kingdom there are many big races in the year but non much bigger than the Cheltenham Gold Cup. This week will be the start of the 2014 festival and this year promises to be the biggest ever in which the crowds will be bigger and the the television viewers being the largest ever. The bookies are going all out this year and are spending an increasing amount on advertising and gimmicks. I...

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A day at Old Trafford
Feb20

A day at Old Trafford

For anyone that likes football will know that Old Trafford is the home of Manchester United and is one of the most recognisable stadiums in the world. As I am currently in Manchester until I go on my travels yet again I decided that I would go to the game yesterday between Manchester United and Aston Villa. The match started early at 12:45 which I definitely prefer as the afternoon can be spent elsewhere in the city. Before every game...

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Traveling Around the UK in a Minibus
Feb01

Traveling Around the UK in a Minibus

I have travelled around many different countries in all sorts of vehicles including New Zealand in a Motorhome but last summer I decided to do things a little different, in a Mini Bus in the UK. The reason for this trip around the UK is because I had my Colombian family visiting for 10 days and with such limited time we had to go from one location to another without having the time to stay too long in one place. The trip could have...

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The Impact of the Olympics on England’s Capital?
Sep19

The Impact of the Olympics on England’s Capital?

It Was a Golden Summer for Great Britain, but what do Early Indications Suggest Regarding the Impact of the Olympics on England’s Capital? There is no denying that this year London created and witnessed a glorious golden summer.  The critics were silenced and the people united as our athletes inspired us to let optimism reign over doubt and positivity to offset anxiety.  Even the most Ebenezer Scrooge-esque of characters struggled to...

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Half Term UK Destinations: North Vs South
Feb28

Half Term UK Destinations: North Vs South

Christmas and New Year are over, and now is the time to begin searching for the ideal destination in the UK for spending time with your loved ones. Family adventures are always exciting, enjoying quality time with your youngsters is always the highlight to your time away. Planning your break in advance will ensure a stress-free and streamlined sojourn, but does choosing where to go put you in a little bit of a pickle? From Harry...

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