“Travel while you’re young and able. Don’t worry about the money, just make it work. Experience is far more valuable than money will ever be.” – This quote really rings home. Life is too short to not travel and the world is too large to not want to travel. We ought to spend our money on experiences such as travel instead of things such as a new car. Experiences can offer a life time of gratifying memoirs. The things we obtain in life, in the other instance, rapidly become familiar and forgotten to us.
Here are some reasons as to why you should spend your money on travel.
With St Patricks Day just around the corner, we share some of the best ways to celebrate the most important day of the Irish calendar…hold on to your hats!
Ireland is synonymous with Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations. People, not just in the Emerald Isle but across the world, flock to their nearest pub to don a green hat, partake in a pint (or several) of Guinness, then attempt to dance a traditional ceili in the streets.
All of the above are, of course, fine ways to spend the day, and indeed, the evening too. However, if you want to celebrate St Paddy’s Day in real style, here are a few of our favourite tips…
Interestingly, over a third of Brits choose to spend their holidays on home soil, rather than venturing abroad. Add that to a staggering 31 million people who visit the UK each year for recreational purposes, and it becomes abundantly clear that the British shores pack some serious appeal when it comes to holidays.
UK Exploration In Style
Unsurprisingly, coach holidays are often far more reasonably priced than flying from destination to destination. Thanks largely to the petite proportions of the British Isles, not to mention the sheer density and variety of places to visit and things to see, the country fits the bill perfectly for those looking to enjoy coach tours in the UK. Travel times are generally only a few hours long at a maximum and the sights promise to be diverse, not to mention historically and culturally intriguing!