A year ago it was Scotland and this time Wales made it to our list of autumn wonders. You already know that if you followed our October trip to Wales or checked our previous posts from the country . Amazing landscapes, fascinating nature, friendly people and this melancholic, a bit magical vibe. For us, autumn

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Great Britain. A holiday destination? For a weekend? Not your first choice, right? There’s plenty of more tempting options: Italy with its hot South and marvellous Tuscany, wine, pasta and pizza or Andalusia bursting with flamenco.. or Provence fragrant with lavender. I don’t know many people who go for holidays to Great Britain. There’s always

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We arrived in Wales last Friday. Since then we’ve been travelling, sightseeing and enjoying the views. We complained about cloudy sky a little bit but also managed to grab some sunshine. We’re moving all the time. After 4 days we’re already in our third checkpoint: we started with Saundersfoot then went to Llandrindod Wells and

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When we travelled through northern Scotland you kept telling us on Facebook that we should absolutely and definitely see the Isle of Skye. We didn’t plan it but plans can always be changed 🙂 We didn’t plan the North either and we were supposed to spend the weekend in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Instead, on Saturday

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It’s only been a few days since we came back from Scotland and we already miss those landscapes and incredible peace you can find in the North of the country or on the Isle of Skye. Scotland seems like a place that lives at totally different speed than we do in our everyday life. We

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At the planning stage, we never even considered going to the North of Scotland. We were supposed to visit Loch Lomond areas, see the neighbouring castles, look for Loch Ness monster and the famous Glenfinnan bridge that Harry Potter travelled through. Inverness, located in the central-western part of highlands was supposed to be our furthest

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Before we went to Scotland we already knew that it’s not going to be an eye candy and chill out opportunity only but also a feast for all culinary freaks who love fish and seafood! Seems like they eat fish in Scotland from dawn till dusk and that’s the way we like it! We order


We started our next day in Scotland with a delicious breakfast at Loch Leven hotel in North Ballachulish, near Glencoe and Fort William. Contrary to popular belief, we didn’t go for neither “full Scottish breakfast” nor Scottish specialty called haggis which looks a bit like blood sausage that I don’t like too much. We found

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It’s gray and gloomy outside and therefore we decided to take you on a trip to a place that’s a bit magical… To the pudding kingdom in English Cotswolds region. Why is it magical? Because everything in Three Ways House Hotel  seems to have something to do with pudding, because the rooms look like taken


British cuisine… people rarely have positive opinions about it. We however love fish’n’chips bought in a little booth, wrapped in a piece of paper or served in a little cardboard box. Roughly chopped French fries sprinkled with vinegar, crispy batter and (for Łukasz) some tatar sauce. It’s a must during a trip to London or