Like most, on previous trips I’ve exchanged my currency and headed abroad with an abundance of cash. However, having ample spending money to hand in this way result’s in paranoia that all my hard earn cash will be stolen! Leaving me constantly looking over my shoulder and protecting my bag like its a new born child…
The Alternative of using my credit card however has just never seemed worth it! With card transaction fees (applied at around 2.99%) and ATM withdrawal charges, you end up spending so much more money than you bargained for!
A friend of mine recently suggested I purchased a Revolut Travel card… This provided an answer to all my travel prays! To be honest, I now have no idea how I managed to travel without one for so long!
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My Uncle is lucky enough to call the The Algarve (Portugal) his home. Although this has resulted in envy inspiring tails of his days spent in the sun, it’s also meant my family and I have enjoyed many cheap and cheerful trips to this beautiful part of the world – yay!
Visiting Portugal’s southernmost region countless times, I’ve learnt one thing: there’s so much to see and do! Stunning Mediterranean beach’s, charming towns and water sports galore are all boxed together and wrapped with a bow of glorious weather…
As a result, narrowing down my favourite places to visit in the Algarve was tricky. But, I powered through ;)… Below are my favourite four things to see and do, Because who doesn’t appreciate a good list?
If you’ve been reading my recent posts, You’ll be aware that my family and I recently spent a long weekend in the Cambrian town of Carlisle. Our base for the trip was the historic Crown & Mitre Hotel… But would I recommend a stay?
As mentioned in my previous post, the family and I recently spent a long weekend in Cumbria, the heart of England’s countryside. I couldn’t head this far north without visiting one of Britain’s oldest, yet often overlooked, landmarks: Hadrian’s Wall…
In the Heart of Cumbria, Carlisle is a town I thought would be like an image plucked from a Beatrice Potter book. Although I found this to be far from the truth and wouldn’t particularity recommend a visit! If you find yourself in the area looking for something to do… A trip to Carlisle castle (the most besieged place in Britain) might just be worth your time!