Looking for a holiday that caters to your disability? Look no further than the UK – boasting a wealth of accessible destinations throughout, there’s no reason not to visit. Best of all, you may be surprised by the sheer diversity of the places on offer, so don’t hesitate. Here are just five of the UK’s most accessible destinations to consider visiting. London Being England’s capital city, it’s easy to presume London is accessible. And it won’t let you down – with public transport so integral to the city, you’ll have no trouble accessing the underground system if you’re not one… View Post

***Sponsored Post*** I think it is safe to say with the drop in temparatures and the chilling wind that winter is just around the corner.  With inclement weather conditions just around the corner it is essential that you plan ahead and ensure your car is prepared and safe to drive. The drop in temperatures mean that there are more than double the number of breakdowns during the winter months. Here is a list of things you can do right now to ensure your car runs smoothly during the cold, snow and icy months and you are fully prepared if anything… View Post

That period between the summer holidays and Christmas can feel like it goes on for years. With not much to look forward to when the days are cold and the nights are even colder, it can really affect your mood. So if you are looking for a bit of a pickup this autumn but don’t want to pay a fortune to travel abroad, a city break could be just what you need. From historic cities to cultural capitals, the UK has a long list of lovely locations for you to explore this autumn. London – If you fancy some fun… View Post

Last week I was invited by Trips100 and MSC aboard the cruise ship MSC Preziosa for a tour of the facilities available on board.  I traveled down to Southampton the day before and called a local taxi firm to take me to the ship the next day.  I didn’t need to worry about finding the correct gate at the docks as the taxi firm knew exactly what ship was due at each gate and this made my short journey to the ship so much more relaxed and I can imagine how much of a difference that would make to anyone… View Post

For a lot of people, the idea of travelling or taking a vacation means that they want to be able to get far away from home and experience someplace on the other side of the world. There are those for whom it simply isn’t a real vacation unless you get on a plane and head across the ocean for it. However, the truth is that you don’t need to become some kind of globetrotting traveller to be able to take an amazing holiday or experience something new and wonderful. With that in mind, here are a few places right here… View Post

Autumn is the perfect time of year for a city break. As the weather cools and the leaves begin to change, we all have more energy to explore and experience something different; even if it’s only for a short while. Before the freezing cold of winter sets in, it’s well worth taking a weekend to see a city you’ve never been to before.  Of course, there’s also the simple matter of logistics to factor in. With work, school in session, and various other responsibilities, you likely don’t have time to go rushing off without proper consideration. One way to ease… View Post

My second coach trip out of Edinburgh was to Loch Ness, Glen Coe and The Highlands.  After my trip to Loch Lommand I was really looking forwards to exploring Scotland a little more.  Our first stop was for a late breakfast break at Pitlochry which is a quaint village. From here we boarded back on the bus and drove north to Inverness, the capital of The Highlands.  We then drove south until we arrived at Loch Ness.  The skies were grey but after a hot drink in the coffee shop we boarded a boat for a trip on the Loch… View Post

Whilst on my Scottish Adventure last month in Edinburgh I decided that I would like to see a little more of Scotland.  The easiest way of doing this was a coach tour.  I booked to go on two tours; one to Oban, Loch Lommand and Inveraray and the other up in to the Scottish Highlands through the Cairngorm’s Moutains to Loch Ness and Glen Coe.  Our first stop was Loch Lommand, the largest inland stretch of water in Great Britain by surface area.  Loch Lommand is in the heart of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. Our next… View Post