The safest cities in the UK for lone female travellers

The safest cities in the UK for lone female travellers

The United Kingdom is one of the best tourist destinations in the world thanks to its rich history and culture, exciting nightlife, and incredible culinary scene. However, due to the recent terrorist and extremist attacks in major cities, such as London, Manchester and Birmingham the number of tourists coming to the UK has significantly declined. Many people, especially women, doubt if it’s still safe to fly to the UK for work or holidays. Fortunately, the majority of the cities in Great Britain are still considered safe, but as stated previously there are still some that are quite dangerous for tourists. Information is key here; if you plan on visiting England, Scotland, or Northern Ireland, one must know the places that are safe and those that are not. Below is our list of 10 safest places to visit in the UK for women. #10 – Edinburgh If you love marveling at old architectural wonders, Edinburgh is among the best places you...
I’m always ready to travel

I’m always ready to travel

That’s no secret, I love to travel. But who doesn’t? I’m sure most of the people love traveling. And by traveling I don’t mean visiting the next town or going to the fair maybe 100 kilometres away, but taking a city break or a vacation at the beach on an island in the Atlantic, be it on the European side or in the Caribbeans. Eh, well, there are some people who don’t like traveling. Or, to be more precise, they hate the idea of traveling. Mostly because they can’t afford it because of financial difficulties. When you know you don’t have the money to travel you get to ignore people around you leaving for holidays, you get to think traveling is not for you. And there’s my sister’s son, he also hates traveling, especially flying, but I think that’s an induced perception. For a long period of time he used to watch, instead of cartoons, Air Crash Investigations on National Geographic. So he developed a fear to get into a plane and fly. Now...
Learning to drive

Learning to drive

I always imagined driving would be easy. What else was there to do other than applying the brakes, gears and steering the wheel? I would often think thought to myself. I had always been extremely proficient at driving related games, so I decided to give driving classes a shot during my summer break. After a lot of consultation and advice from my peers, I joined a driving center near my house. Several people asked me why I wasted money on joining a center when I could have asked my parents or friends to help me, free of cost. I can safely say that I can answer this question adequately now. Firstly, when you join a driving center, you have to follow a strict routine and set timings. I had to wake up at 7 each morning and knew if I did not do so, I would miss the lesson since the instructor was very clear that he would not compensate for a missed day or for tardiness. Had my father been teaching me, I would probably have convinced him to...

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