2018 has been an incredible year filled with Travelbunny highlights both in travel and blogging. Me and Mr Jones have had some unique travel experiences that we’ll always remember. I’m all about collecting memories not things so it’s good to round-up the year and remember the amazing times we’ve had together as a couple, with family and with friends.
The Good Food Show and Travelsphere Holidays beckoned again this year but this time with a winter twist. It’s good to dream of travel and indulge in some foodie treats to get through the dark winter months. A day out at the Good Food Show is the perfect antidote. But as well as indulging during the festive season it’s also a time to think about others and giving something back.
I enjoyed the Big Kitchen antics, checked out the food stalls and met chef Tom Kerridge. More importantly, I learned how Travelsphere Cares transforms lives through travel and helps take care of people in the communities they visit.
Tis the season and London at Christmas lights up and sparkles like nowhere else. Towering Christmas trees twinkle with a million lights, streets are strung with the prettiest of illuminations and London Christmas markets pop up in the squares, parks and along the banks of the Thames. In London at Christmas there’s a definite sprinkling of magic in the air.
Covent Garden’s Apple Market at Christmas
It’s become a tradition that we take a day trip to London to put us nicely in the mood for the festive season. We spend the day soaking up the Christmas atmosphere, checking out the trees, ice rinks, Christmas markets and lights. Here are some of my favourite festive London spots which’ll get you feeling Christmassy.