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Ordinary Thunderstorms

William Boyd

A chance encounter and split-second decision cause climatologist Adam Kindred to lose everything instantly, forcing him to go underground and "disappear". A pacy, dark, edge-of-your-seat novel in which Adam is relentlessly pursued across London whilst trying to piece his life back together.

England Blog posts

From the UK's most popular travel bloggers

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28th February 2021 by The Wandering Quinn

How to spend 1 day in the Lake District

The Lake District is a huge area in North West England, 900sqm in fact, but can you see enough on a Lake District day trip to make the day out worthwhile? Yes, absolutely! With 1 day in the Lake District you’ll be able to see a lot of the best places to visit in the Lake District and get a good feel for this beautiful part of the UK!...

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24th February 2021 by The Wandering Quinn

How to do Orrest Head Walk from Lake Windermere easily

Doing the Orrest Head Walk from Windermere is one of the best Lake Windermere walks because it doesn’t take too long to walk to and it’s suitable for everyone as it’s not too strenuous. You can walk to Orrest Head from Lake Windermere, Windermere town, or drive and park at the bottom of Orrest head viewpoint and the view from the top is incredible!...

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24th February 2021 by The Wandering Quinn

Dale Head Walk from Honister & Little Town

Walking to Dale Head is one of the many amazing walks in the Lake District. There are a few ways you can do the Dale Head Walk which I’ll go into below, in particular, how to walk to Dale Head from Honister as this walk is challenging but doesn’t take too long and the view from the top is extremely rewarding....

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24th February 2021 by Hand Luggage Only

9 very best things to do in Weston-Super-Mare

Nestled on the coastline of Somerset, Weston-Super-Mare is one of England’s classic seaside spots that’s been a favourite since Victorian times. With a typical seaside vibe, there’s a heap of the best things to do in Weston-Super-Mare dotted all across the shorefront. Yes, over recent years, Weston-Super-Mare seems to have fallen out of favour with some seaside go-getters; but don’t let that put you off! The seaside town has a charm of its own and well worth a day trip or a classic...

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1st March 2021 by Hand Luggage Only

11 very best things to do in Great Yarmouth

Right on the gorgeous coastline of Norfolk, Great Yarmouth has been a popular seaside spot for donkey’s years. In fact, the popularity of Great Yarmouth goes back centuries, when Brits would escape to the coast for a little seaside getaway; and not much has changed! Jump to now, and there’s still a heap of the best things to do in Great Yarmouth that’s too good to miss. ...

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1st March 2021 by Hand Luggage Only

9 very best things to do in Salisbury

The medieval city of Salisbury is incredible to visit. Not only is it steeped in history, but the wider region also has thousands of years of ancient sites and spots to see. Best of all, even for cosy little city, there’s a heap of the best things to do in Salisbury that are within easy reach on foot and great to explore over a weekend. ...

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24th February 2021 by Hand Luggage Only

15 best places in Devon to visit

Nestled within the Southwest of England, and just shy of beautiful Cornwall, Devon is a totally stunning area to visit. Honestly, there’s a heap of the best places in Devon that you can’t miss on a trip to this part of England, especially on its coastline and within its national parks. We’ve visited Devon quite a few times over the years and always loved it! From the stunning North Devon coastline, stopping in places like Ilfracombe and hunting for dinosaur fossils on the Jurassic Coast,...