Holiday rentals in Pevensey Bay caters to the adventurers, the peace seekers and the ghost hunters abroad. Pevensey Bay, a small seaside resort, is a wonderful place to visit. Home to the Pevensey Castle where much of the Roman stonework still exists today, Pevensey Bay holds much of the antiquity of its past intact.
It’s May Day, so for those of you who could actually relate… Happy International Workers’ Day on the first of May! 😀
Anyway, I know some countries celebrate Labors’ Day on some other day, but in case you don’t know… May Day is dedicated to all workers. And it’s there to celebrate laborers and working class in general.
That’s why I initiated a collaboration with some fellow bloggers who are also workers with various backgrounds. With the world that is claimed as almost ‘borderless’ nowadays, so many workers have different stories about their job.
Some have to relocate and deal with culture shock for a bit. Some have to struggle with the art of commuting. Some probably have the luxury of working remotely with some different difficulties along the way too.
So, here I present you the stories of international workers on this very International Workers’ Day!
London is, without a doubt one of the most famous and frequently visited cities in the world.
The English capital sees millions of tourists from around the world all year round, whether it’s to indulge in some luxury shopping from some of the best British and international labels or it’s to try and catch a glimpse of the Royal Family, no one can deny that London has a lot to offer when it comes to finding fun things to do and will appeal to people of any age group.
So, if you’re planning to visit London soon with your own family or just expecting to have a mix of age groups within your group who would enjoy different things, then I’ve listed below some of the top things to see and do that the whole family can enjoy.
From Big Ben to Buckingham Palace, you can tailor it with your traveling style! 🙂
People who have been on a skiing trip before know how much fun they can be. All those days spent in the mountain air, carving slopes with friends, followed by warm evenings, drink in hand, chatting around a fireplace.
If you have your first trip coming up, then that’s the end game that you’re shooting for. But before you get there, you’ll need to put in some work so that you have everything you need to enjoy the chill of the mountains in style. Below, we take a look at some of the essentials you’ll want to have in your luggage.
In recent years, Christmas has become a global celebration, regardless of location or religion. Because of this, more people, including families, couples, and solo travelers alike, are choosing to spend the holidays away from home and somewhere new in the world.
The only issue with this plan is deciding on a destination. With so many beautiful towns and cities out there, all with their own traditions, events, and decorations, narrowing down your options can be tricky.
Europe has become a popular destination to visit during Christmas for so many reasons. Starting with traditional Christmas markets with plenty of things to offer, to the idea where you could stop by several countries all at once with some easy packing list for Europe during winter.