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Isle of Skye Towers High

Posted by on February 26, 2010
One of the most famous features on the Isle of Sky, the largest and most northern island in the Hebrides, is the Storr, a huge and rocky hill that looms over the Sound of Raasay. The island, and especially the Storr, has long been an attraction for people enjoying self catering in Scotland. The Storr itself is a massive outcrop of rock that emerges...

What Really Goes in a Cornish Pasty?

Posted by on October 13, 2009
Cornish pastys (PAST-ies. I heard some American tourists pronouncing it PASTE-ie once) are known throughout the UK and are a staple of a family holiday in Cornwall. But what should really go in a Cornish pasty? A friend of mine remains adamant that a pasty should never contain carrots, and if it does, it’s definitely not a Cornish pasty. Yet...
Filed in: Advice
With the economic downturn showing no signs of letting up more and more holiday makers are choosing to holiday in the UK. The UK has now become the preferred option when taking a short break or a week away with the kids. More holiday makers are choosing to holiday in Wales and Cornwall and with Attractions and accommodation to suit all who can blame...
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No matter whether this will be your first trip to the UK lake district or whether you visit every year, buying a holiday home might be a great choice. When you have a holiday home, you can enjoy a self catering holiday and don’t have to spend as much money as you would if you stayed in a hotel and went out to eat every night. That gives you more...
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