Camden Market, an icon in itself, is a must on any trip to London. Although it originally started as a teeny market for crafts it has since swollen beyond anyone's expectations and is swamped in the thousands over the weekend.
The goods on sale vary from cheap to wacky to re-loved to expensive clothes, secondhand jeans, handmade crafts to designer furniture and magic mushrooms (legal here so long as they're sold fresh!).
Popularly known as the Jewel of Exmoor National Park, Dunster is a charming, historic town. Attractions here include the fairytale Dunster Castle, th ....Read more
Brighton is England's no.1 seaside resort. With 11km of beach and sand, the largest gay population in Europe, prehistoric sites and some examples of ....Read more
a new cargo inundated the town in the 18th century when boatloads of holiday makers came to try out Benjamin Beale's wonderful, new innovation. A loc ....Read more
A classic, English summer resort, Weymouth boasts a beautiful, apricot coloured beach which bustles with activity. Ideally situated between Dorcheste ....Read more