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Although the current COVID-19 situation has made us stay home, it doesn’t mean we cannot travel at all… As a matter of fact, you can take the lockdown as an opportunity to learn about some of the most-visited places in the UK. Thanks to the digital world, you can have virtual sneak peaks of some attractions, before visiting in person when you can! With my #TravelFromHome mini series, where I previously covered virtual tours in London, let me take you to England today! Stonehenge Stonehenge is one of the most famous of the 400+ historic sites English Heritage owns, which is also a top day trip destination from London. Though you can’t visit Stonehenge now due to COVID-19, English Heritage provides a few ways to virtually explore it: 360-degree View of Stonehenge Video This 3-minute YouTube video guides you through the inside and the outside Stonehenge in detail. Since it…

Are you looking for some ideas about places to visit in the UK? With opportunities to live in and visit the UK from 2012, I travelled a fair number of places in the UK, enough to list my top picks. Take a look at the list below if you’re fairly new to the UK for inspiration. If you’re a regular visitor or a resident in the UK, please tell me if any of these is your favourite too! The Shambles, York, North Yorkshire, England The reason I say York is one of my all-time favourite places in the UK. As expressed in the previous post about York, I love this city so much that I’ve visited here multiple times; and the Shambles accounts for 90% of the reason! 🙂 This old street makes me feel like I’m in the wizarding world as if I walk down the Diagon Alley. I’ve…

The lovely memories in Cornwall remain still, even though it has been many years ago since the summer holiday. As a big fan of the movie About Time, I wished to see the beautiful scenes in the movie in real life. As summer is approaching, recalling my best summer holiday I would like to show you some of the best destinations in Cornwall. St. Austell (Charlestown Harbour) The water is crystal clear at Charlestown Harbour, so clear that you cannot resist the temptation to dip your feet into the water. 🙂 Charlestown Harbour is not very far from Tim’s family’s house in the movie About Time. You can actually stay at Porthpean House, as it is beloved for holidays and house parties. Portloe Tim and Mary’s wedding is one of the most memorable scenes in the movie because of the sudden downpour. That impressive scene was filmed here in Portloe, a small…