London on a budget: Cheap places to eat in London

Cheap places to eat in London

Ok, here’s a third article on my London on a budget series: Cheap places to eat in London.

London obviously has a great selection of restaurants – from local pubs to high end gourmet fares. But what we’re looking for is value for you money, and to be more precise… cheap 🙂 Because there are times when you want to visit the town but don’t have a lot of money. One thing that you can certainly save on is the restaurants. There are great options for eating out even for those of us that travel on budget.

Take a look:

London on a budget: Cheap clothes shopping in London

London on a budget - Cheap clothes shopping in London

I do most of my clothes shopping in England, mainly in London. I try to travel there at least once a year – with a very light suitcase – and buy as much as I can 🙂

It’s not that London in general is very affordable, but the selection is amazing. And you can find real bargains. You just need to know what to shop. And where.

London on a budget: Cheap places to stay

London on a budget cheap places to stay

Are you looking for cheap places to stay in London? London is so so expensive, right? Well, not necessarily. If you want, it’s possible to have a very affordable holiday in London. You just need to know where to stay.

Here’s a couple of tips on cheap accommodation in London:

Day Tour in Scotland: Glenfinnan, Mallaig & Jacobite Steam Train

Day tour in Scotland

A few weeks ago I told you about a trip to England and Scotland we did this summer. I’ve wanted to tell you more about it and now it’s time to browse the pictures and write about a day tour in Scotland we took from Glasgow. We booked it through a company called DiscoverScotland. It was a tour that took us to Glenfinnan, Mallaig and Jacobite Steam Train.

10 day trip to England and Scotland

10 day trip to England and Scotland

And we’ve been to England. Again 🙂 This time we decided to visit towns we hadn’t been to before and had so much fun. So for your inspiration – if you’re planning a trip to the UK – here’s what we did during our 10 day trip to England and Scotland:

Cambridge highlights

Cambridge highlights

This summer we went on a 10 day tour of England and Scotland and our first stop was Cambridge. Here’s some information about Cambridge highlights: what to see, where to eat and where to stay.

Mam Tor in the Peak District, England

Mam Tor in the Peak District

Once again we took a flight to London last summer – yes, we always seem to travel to England (take a look at my trips to the Cotswolds and Oxford) and took a train and bus up to the Peak District. I’ve been to the Lake District before and loved it so we decided to this time head to another area in the same direction.

There’s a lot to see and do in the Peak District, but one of the very first things I decided we would have to do was to make a trip to Mam Tor. The pictures were so beautiful that I knew we had to do it. And I’m so glad we did. Here’s what you do:

A day in Oxford: Itinerary and cost of a day trip

A day in Oxford itinerary

Do you have a day to spend in Oxford and want to make the most of it? It’s surprising how much you can actually see and do in one day. There are people who can spend an entire day in one museum, but I’m not one of them. I want to see and experience as much as possible. If you’re not like me, you’ll think that what I’m about to suggest for one day in Oxford is really, really rushed. Even if you are a bit like me, you’re going to think that this is too much for one day. But this IS what I did in one day in Oxford. It was easy. It was wonderful. And it wasn’t rushed at all.

Here’s an itinerary for your day in Oxford:

A couple of days in Cotswolds

Cotswolds

I love England. It’s one of those rare countries that I seem to go back to again and again with my boyfriend. We always plan to go elsewhere but somehow end up in England.

So it’s only fitting that I should start this blog by writing about one of the prettiest areas in the country: Cotswolds.