The City Break segment is back and this time we are having a mooch around the wonderful city of Edinburgh in bonny Scotland. The last time I visited was for Hogmanay in 2012 and to be fair all I remembered from that visit was the Castle and the bitter cold! This time I was in… Read More City Break #7 – Edinburgh, Scotland
In the current day where social media rules everyone and everything we see much more of our friends and families’ everyday lives in post form than we actually need or want to see. I’ve compiled a list of things you probably shouldn’t be doing when you’re embarking on that next trip or holiday to ensure… Read More How not to be annoying on Holiday!
Welcome back to the latest instalment of Favourite Photos. This time we take a look at the glorious coast of Tynemouth in England’s North East. Located around 13km north of Newcastle, Tynemouth sits at the mouth of the River Tyne, on the North Sea and was once a strategic position in the Second World War.… Read More Favourite Photos #23 – Tynemouth, UK
Welcome back to another City Break segment, where I take a look at a destination you could easily check out over a few days or weekend. Alicante Old Town. This time we take a look at the wonderful city of Alicante in Spain. Located on the Costa Blanca (White Coast) in South-Eastern Spain, it is… Read More City Break #6 – Alicante, Spain
Here at Roamingkangaroo I’m always looking to bring more useful travel information to you. I thought it would be a great idea to share some of my best travel tips with you to make that next trip (hopefully) that bit more enjoyable! Read on! The biggest thing I’ve learnt from years of travel is the… Read More Travel Tips
Welcome back to another Favourite Photos piece where today we take a look at a lovely view I encountered when visiting the Tate Modern Gallery along Southbank of the Thames River in London. Admiring the view across the Thames to St Paul’s! Standing on the balcony it was amazing to just stop and admire the… Read More Favourite Photos #22 – London, England
Visitors to London will all have been to Trafalgar Square. Situated in Central London it was named in honour of the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The Square has 4 plinths representing the corners of the square but the fourth plinth, has always remained bare. The “Hahn-Cock” Sculpture – an 800kg giant rooster! The plinth… Read More The Fourth Plinth – Trafalgar Square