If you live in the United Kingdom, one common and convenient public transportation that allow you to reach every town is by train. The train tickets in UK are not cheap. Depending on the journey, network, class and time, it can get really expensive. Over the two years of living in this county, I have … Continue reading How I Save Money on UK Train Fares
It was a beautiful sunny Saturday so we decided to visit Warwick Castle, the historical medieval castle which was developed from an original built by William the Conqueror in 1068. It is only a 37 minute drive from where we live and as a member of the English Heritage, we thought that the ticket prices would … Continue reading Family Travel: A Day Out at Warwick Castle
I am grateful that our house is located next to a train station. I can go to work or go shopping in the city centre without the need to take a bus or a cab. But after a year and seven months of living in United Kingdom, I had to face the truth - I … Continue reading How I Got my Provisional Driving Licence in the UK through the Online Application
My boys and I went to Scotland in July, mainly because I was dying to see Bruno Mars' concert which is happening on a Tuesday night in Glasgow – IKR! Matt and I thought that since it's in the middle of the week, why not take a short holiday trip to Edinburgh before we head … Continue reading Family Travel: Best Things to Do for 2 Days in Edinburgh
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