Sam Bradley: Travel Journalist

Sam Bradley: Travel Journalist

Sam Bradley is a travel and adventure enthusiast with a passion for scuba diving, paragliding and sky-diving. He’s travelled to four continents, lived in the Peruvian jungle, tour-guided through most of Southern Africa, run with the bulls in Pamplona and worked as a ski instructor in the States. Sam’s day job is working for Cookson … Continued

Shangri-la Hotel, At the Shard, London by Lisa Niver

What Did We Do In London? Shangri-La Hotel, At the Shard

Thank you to Julie and Nancy, my dive and travel buddies from Princess Cruises, for joining me in London at Shangri-La Hotel, At the Shard. See the first part of our journey here. What were our Adventures? Video: What to do near Shangri-La Hotel, At the Shard, London? Where did we go? Shakespeare’s Globe Theater Tate … Continued

Why is London a great first trip overseas with kids?

With low-cost airlines like WOW and Norwegian Air Shuttle (and the majors price matching in many cases), families can now get to Europe from the U.S. at very affordable prices. Add a strong U.S. dollar against the Euro and British Pound, and it’s an awesome time for your first journey to Europe. But, where should … Continued

What do Shopkins have to do with Stonehenge?

“Look, Mama!  Shopkins Stonehenge!” I glance over at my 6-year old son who has taken all of his Shopkins and strategically placed them in a circle formation with Uno cards underneath to represent the cap stones. I’m filled with pride, a giggle and find myself a little misty-eyed at the sight. We had arrived home … Continued

Zipkick Blogger: Dave Brett from Travel Dave

Zipkick Blogger:  Dave Brett from Travel Dave    1- Where was the first place that you traveled that made you think WOW—travel is amazing (think history book come to life or …..) Has to be my first trip to Finland, it changed everything. This was my first time travelling solo on my own, first time encountering a … Continued

English Cottage

Holiday in an English Cottage in a Quaint Village

England is famous for its lovely, pristine natural environs with pretty backdrops. Quaint villages surrounded by green hills and rustic coastal towns are characteristic of the English countryside. Doesn’t “English countryside lifestyle” conjure images of idyllic stone and thatch roofed cottages, rural farms, unspoiled landscape and scenic ocean views? In other words, the perfect escape … Continued

What are the best places to visit in London?

Anyone who visits London will know why it is consistently at the top of the, “Most Visited Cities in the World” list. In 2013, it was the most visited city in the world with nearly 16 million visitors. With attractions such as their numerous museums, Buckingham Palace, and The London Eye, London has something for … Continued

Planning Our Trip to Europe

Planning a trip to Europe can be time consuming, difficult and frustrating.  Even though each country is roughly the size of a state in the United States, most countries have their own language and some still have their own currency, such as the UK and Switzerland.  For these reasons and many more, foreigners can find … Continued

The stunning Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall, UK.

The Roseland Peninsula in west Cornwall, known locally as just, “Roseland” is home to the town of St Mawes, and the small village of Portscatho. St. Mawes lies nestled at the very tip of the peninsula. It is a beautiful traditional fishing village, offering many charms. Quaint winding roads lead to spectacular views of wonderful … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel