06 December 2015

Travel Plans

I have decided to spend another Christmas away from home and will be 30 Barking on another tour. Later year I had an amazing time with Busabout touring Eastern Europe which you can read about here. I have taken the plunge again and booked another tour for this holiday season with Expat Explore. I will be travelling for 12 days around Italy which I couldn't be more excited about! I have never been to Italy but have heard nothing but wonderful things from other travellers. I will be hitting up lots of great places including Rome, Sorrento, Venice, and Cinque Terre just to name a few. I am most excited for the food especially since I LOVE pizza and pasta! Plus add in some red wine and I just might never come back!

I have also made plans to travel home to Canada in April to visit my family for two weeks. Usually I go home at Christmas or in the summer holidays but I had decided to go in April and I must say it was a great decision based on the price difference! Usually at Christmas I pay around £850-1000 and in summer around £850 but I just booked my flights with Airtransat for £405!!!! How amazing is that? So I plan to spend my April holidays in the Kawarthas with one half of my parents and in Windsor with the other half.

Going home in April was also because I have never spent the summer in Europe. So my plan will be to go away to a few places and also enjoy London in the summertime! I will also be doing some travelling with my brother during this time as he will be coming over! So great plans being made and more adventures to capture!
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02 December 2015

Richmond Park

I went to Richmond Park not too long ago to see the deer and have a nice Saturday out enjoying the Autumn weather before it gets too cold. I had never been to Richmond Park and I must admit it is quite a journey to get out to from my area of North London but it was all worth it. The park is massive in size and has lots of different trails you can take around it. We lucked out because there were so many deer out and about since it was mating season and they were barking loudly the whole time. The amazing part is how close you can actually get to them which made for some great pictures. I highly recommend Richmond Park to anyone who is looking for a nice stroll for Saturday afternoon.

Richmond Park
Hours:
7:30am till dusk (winter)
7:00am till dusk (summer)







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