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Camping tips for your next holiday

Posted by on June 25, 2008
With summer supposedly here we thought we would compile some camping tips if you dare brave the out doors for a dreaded camping holiday 1. Practice pitching your tent To save embarrassment when arriving at the campsite, why not practice setting up your tent in your garden before you leave. It may seem silly, but you will be glad that you know...
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Right in the heart of Newquay, situated on Towan beach is the stunning Blue Reef Aquarium. With over 40 displays showing a large variety of captivating marine life the aquarium has plenty to see and do. Blue Reef is a great day out for people of all ages, every time you go you will pick up something new, there is just so much to look at! Over 30,000...
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Fishing Trip to the English Riviera

Posted by on June 17, 2008
Unsurprisingly for a beach resort the English Riviera offers a large variety of fishing opportunities and like many each year, once you fish there you’ll be hooked! The beaches and headlands of the English Riviera gives you unrestricted sea fishing and several local tackle shops are open for your convenience, advice and equipment. Obviously there...
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Birdwatching on the Isles of Scilly.

Posted by on June 17, 2008
Seen as one of Britain’s most attractive tourist spots the Isles of Scilly attract over 120,000 holiday makers every year. These sub-tropical islands enjoy the UK’s best weather and is classified as an area of outstanding natural beauty. Known as the Fortunate Isles by the locals, the Isles of Scilly are based 28 miles to the south west of Cornwall...
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Set up in 1999 the Isle of Wight Walking Festival goes on between the 3rd and 18th of May. The walking is a great way to get fit and with over 50% of the island renowned as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty not a bad way to do it. Every year walkers from around the world (some travelling from America and Australia) come to the island to enjoy what...
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Festivals of Cornwall.

Posted by on June 16, 2008
Cornwall is well known for its historical landscape and its areas of exceptional natural beauty. But beyond the picturesque views and friendly locals is an exciting cultural scene. Whether its art, theatre, film or music that you are looking for there is always plenty going on to keep the most interested culture vulture happy. Here are a few festivals...
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A day out at Paignton Zoo

Posted by on June 12, 2008
Paignton Zoo is a grand day out for all the family. Home to thousands of wonderful animals and plants, the zoo is setup into six various habitats in which they all co-exist. The habitats are Primley, Savannah, Forest, Wetland, Tropical Forest and Desert. The most popular animals being the elephants, monkeys, lions (who you can all watch being fed...
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After returning recently from a great weekend away in the lake district I thought I’d discuss what I got up too and add a few reasons why you should come to the lakes as soon as possible! Hire a Boat –In the Lake District there are plenty of boats available to hire. Whether you are looking for a motor boat, rowing boat or a sail boat travelling...
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