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Never get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life☀️ -Caye Caulker, Belize
Ik weet niet wat er aan vooraf ging, maar blij ben ik wel. Want.. slapen in de woestijn, zonsondergang bekijken en crossen met een 4x4 over zandduinen ✔️🤩
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It's official, it is fire place time again 🔥
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Bruisend Stockholm lopen in de straten, even met een rondvaartboot varen en de bekende Zweedse balletjes eten of andere zoete heerlijkheden 😋enjoy! #Zweden #Stockholm #camper #reizen #eten #Zweedseballetjes #cultuur #culture #mycamperplanner.com
Bremen, a beautiful city / the town musicians  Picture taken at music festival July19.
Je hebt zwemmen en Zwemmen. Kijk zelf maar: het zwembad van Camping Resort Allweglehen. Wat een uitzicht! En ook overigens een hele fijne camping.
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Blijft een mooie foto, Sydney 2006, tijdens onze 2 jarige wereldreis#reizen#tuiathomejokebaart
I love these kind of shops that you find all over the world where there is no Albert Heijn or Carrefour. Stacked to the roof selling everything you need

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This week we're exploring Cambridgeshire. There’s nothing nicer than gliding down the River Cam in a punt, especially if someone else is doing all the hard work. ⁠
There are lots of places to take a chauffeured tour, where knowledgeable guides will regale you with historical stories and fascinating facts.⁠
 You can also hire a punt yourself, but it’s harder than it looks! Head over to our website to read all about what's new in this picture-perfect English county🛶🛶🛶⁠
Looking for somewhere new to explore? Look no further than the Yorkshire Dales. ⁠
On the coast, you will find some of the country’s best surfing. The waves in Scarborough aren’t always big, but they’re ideal for beginners, while surfers from far and wide come to check out Cayton Bay and Staithes, which have some of the UK’s best conditions for surfing 🌊🏄‍♂️⁠
📷: Clivewa/Adobe Stock⁠
It's Saturday and we're off to explore the architectural gem in England's crown that is Bath, Somerset.⁠
The only UK destination to have the whole city designated as a World Heritage Site, the very heart of Bath is packed with unmissable architecture. ⁠
Stand-out examples include the famous Royal Crescent and The Circus, and it is also home to some very special landmarks that have become major tourist attractions, make sure you bring spare batteries for any cameras! ⁠🏛🏛🏛⁠
📷: @the_flyaway_girl⁠ ⁠
The weekend is almost here! We're currently imagining jumping into this pool here at KVG. ⁠
North Wales is right at the centre of the extreme-sports scene in Wales. With its dramatic coastlines, intense mountain ranges, and purpose-built adventure activities, those with a daring edge will love every second here. ⁠
Snowdonia National Park dominates the eastern part of the county, and should be the first stop for any adrenaline junkie 🏔🏔🏔⁠
📷: @cexx12⁠ ⁠
You won’t find a big city in Wiltshire – instead you will find picturesque market towns and villages.⁠
Marlborough with its broad high street, Bradford on Avon with its pretty river and Chippenham with its honey-coloured main street are all worth whiling away a few hours in.⁠
Castle Combe is often named ‘the prettiest village in England’ and historic Lacock boasts quaint cottages, a medieval tithe barn and unspoilt streets. Head to our website to discover more about Wiltshire and the other counties that make up 'the Cotswolds' 🌿🌷🏡⁠
📷: @mrchrisspeed⁠
Did you know it's National Afternoon Tea week here in the UK? The British certainly know best when it comes to piling high towers of delicious treats and washing them down with cups of tea! Click on the link in bio to read our top 10 afternoon teas across the UK 🧁☕🧁
Staffordshire is a real gem hidden in plain sight in the heart of England. With a fascinating mix of industrial heritage, scream-inducing theme parks and beautiful countryside, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. You could spend a happy day walking on Cannock Chase, browsing the antique shops in Leek or visiting one of the county’s well-kept public spaces, such as Victoria Park in Stafford or Queen’s Park in Longton ⁠
📷: Simon Forster/Unsplash⁠
You can now explore Derry-Londonderry on our website. ⁠
Derry-Londonderry is a staple in the cultural hub that makes up Northern Ireland. The city was celebrated in 2013 as very first City of Culture.⁠
Its landscape is magnificent too. Recognised as a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the mountainous valleys of the Sperrins are threaded with rivers, streams, forest lakes and shady glens🍃🌳🍀⁠
A Day in Cornwall: Follow the coast road to the westerly tip of mainland Britain to take a souvenir photo on Land’s End. Instead of getting caught up in the ‘theme park’ attractions here, backtrack a mile or so to Sennen Cove for a sundowner and seafood feast overlooking the crashing waves at Ben Tunnicliffe’s Michelin-starred restaurant 🌊🌊🌊⁠
📷: @Kernow_from_above⁠
Who's off to Edinburgh to enjoy the #Fringefestival this weekend? Expect everything from cabaret to comedy, children shows to opera, fabulous events, theatre and exhibitions. Head to our website for the best restaurants, nightlife and other things worth seeing whilst you are in this amazing city 🏰🤹🏻‍♀️🥁⁠
📷: @snapsbyshirin⁠
Happy #Nationalbookloversday! Many literary greats have been inspired by the beautiful landscape and buildings of Britain. Jane Austen was believed to have based the fictional setting for Pride and Prejudice's Pemberley on the beautiful Chatsworth House 🏛️🍃. Take a look at our Derbyshire and the Peak District location and get planning your trip to this iconic region. Link in bio ✨ ⁠
📷: Chatsworth House Trust⁠
Rain or shine, you are guaranteed a great day out in Monmouthshire. Whether your idea of the perfect day is exploring local arts and crafts, discovering the county’s magnificent castles and monuments, pounding the many walking trails to be found in this special part of Wales, or getting acquainted with the local gardens and vineyards, it’s fair to say there is something for everyone🍾🍷🏞️ 📷: David Martyn Hughes/Adobe Stock
A trip to the Channel Islands is more like holidaying in France opposed to the United Kingdom.

Despite being a short flight away from most UK airports, these beautiful islands have a distinctive French rather than British feel and taste. Both islands have their own version of ancient Norman dialect Jèrriais and Guernésiais, many of the road names are in French, whilst a lot of the architecture is inspired by their Gallic cousins🏖️ 📷: Enrapture Captivating Media/Unsplash
Whether you want a family-friendly visit to the Trafford Centre, a weekend soaking up the vibes at a music festival or a romantic walk in some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK, Manchester is the perfect place to begin your journey. Anything you want to do is accessible from the city🏢🏢🏢 📷: Michael D Beckwith/Unsplash
Discover the foodie haven that is Dundee, Angus and Perthshire🍠🍱🍲 From the rolling fields of soft fruits in the summer to the seafood being landed on the coast, the area’s restaurants don’t have to go too far to fill their menus with the produce of local farmers and fishermen. Any visitor to Arbroath should try the famous Smokie (smoked haddock) while those with a palate for malt will enjoy a distillery trip. Link in bio
📷: Stephen Finn/Adobe Stock
Happy pride to everybody celebrating in Brighton this weekend! The annual Pride Parade is set to be even more spectacular this year as the celebrations mark 50 years since the Stonewall uprising. Expect music, dancing and an amazing line up of singers and performers, with Kylie Minogue headlining at Pride in the Park tonight🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈
📷: @thekarstenroehl
Rolling hills, honey-coloured Cotswold cottages, idyllic riverbanks – it’s no wonder so many locals think Oxfordshire can’t be beaten. Look closely at any street and you’ll find buildings that span hundreds of years, cyclists sharing the road with cars, old dons and fresh undergraduates. Read more about Oxford on our website✨🏡 📷: Toa Heftiba/Unsplash
With dramatic rugged cliffs and crashing oceans the walks along the Jersey coast are breathtaking. Feeling energetic? Try the 14-mile walk along the north coast; if not there are circular routes of varying lengths. Read all about the beautiful islands of Jersey and Guernsey on our website⛵✨ 📷: Enrapture Media/Unsplash
Dublin is a city of around 550,000 – 1.8 million if you include the surrounding area – but the city centre is like a large village. Apart from far-flung destinations like the Botanic Gardens and Phoenix Park, you can walk almost everywhere, and cycle pretty much everywhere else🍀
📷: Gregory Dalleau/Unsplash
Spanning the River Tyne between Gateshead’s arts quarter and Newcastle Quayside, the world’s first and only titling bridge has become a symbol of the area’s renaissance. Its 50m high steel arch supports a stunning bow-shaped deck which tilts vertically and has led to the bridge being dubbed the ‘blinking eye’.
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Discover North Yorkshire and the Dales – a land full of hidden gems, there is nowhere else like it. Over the years the area has been voted the most beautiful region in England. It’s easy to see why, with breathtaking landscapes at every turn, spectacular castles, abbeys and grand historic houses 🏰✨Link in bio 📷: Thom Holmes/Unsplash
The Sunderland Air show takes off this weekend with a whole host of activity on the ground, an exciting stage programme and some exhilarating flying displays, there's plenty for everyone to see and enjoy ✈️✈️✈️ 📷: @danielpottts
Looking for somewhere to cool off in this heat? We've got you covered, read our list of the top 10 best UK outdoor swimming pools now, link in bio✨🌊
📷: Will Broomfield/Unsplash
Fife’s historic harbours and architecture make it a dream location for film and TV. The West Sands beach in St Andrews was made famous in the Oscar-winning 1981 film Chariots of Fire and featured in the opening ceremony of the London Olympics when Rowan Atkinson hilariously reprised the scene. Most recently, scenes from ‘Outlander’ have been filmed in beautifully-preserved villages such as Falkland. Head to our website to learn more about this beautiful region✨🏰🌊
Temperatures are soaring here in the UK and we're planning our next trip to the beach ASAP. A week of surf-lashed sands and secret coves is in store at Cornwall's Constantine Bay🌊
📷: @kernow_from_above
Read all about the beautiful spa city of Bath. Roam the streets in Jane Austen's footsteps and experience Britain's only naturally occurring thermal spa, all in the surroundings of Bath's awe-inspiring Georgian architecture. Link in bio🏛️✨
This weekend marks the start of the school holidays, so it's time to get planning some great days out with the kids! How about a trip to Sealife Brighton? The oldest operating aquarium in the world, the beautiful Victorian architecture creates an atmospheric backdrop to the dazzling array of underwater life. The Sea Life Centre also has the UK’s first Glass Bottom Boat, or you can walk through a tunnel between turtles and sharks🦈🐢🐠 Head to our website for more brilliant ideas! Link in bio ✨
📷: @_giuls_._
Northern Pride Festival returns to Newcastle from today until 21 July! The nearby Town Moor will transform into the Festival Arena, with the platinum bar, fun fair and main stage featuring big name acts across the weekend including Fleur East, Saara Aalto and Liberty X. This year’s event will include the Stonewall Remembrance Garden, a new feature at the Community Village to celebrate key milestones in LGBT+ history #happypride 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈
📷: @mikecarlpotter
Thinking about a trip to Liverpool? A great place to start is Liverpool’s magnificent waterfront – the jewel in the city’s crown and a huge source of civic pride. The iconic Liver Birds, Three Graces, cathedrals and other landmarks provide a stunning backdrop to the River Mersey🌃 📷: Shutterstock
Have you heard the saying about going ‘round the Wrekin’? It’s a colloquial term for going the long way from one point to another – and it comes from Shropshire’s best-known summit. It’s a popular destination for walkers and JRR Tolkien used to enjoy walking here when he lived nearby, it is said that The Wrekin provided an inspiration for his Middle Earth⛰️

You can now explore Denbighshire and Flintshire on our website!

Whatever your passions, whatever your age, there is something to do in Denbighshire and Flintshire. Where to start? The tranquil and secluded or the action-packed crowd pleasers? We have both in abundance. Link in bio🚂✨
📷: Harvey Hudson/Adobe Stock .
The UK has some of the most stunning castles in the world. Sometimes they come with lofty turrets and battlements, and in some cases they are just an abandoned tower, but castles are brimming with fascinating history 🏰✨