Camden Market, an icon in itself, is a must on any trip to London. Although it originally started as a teeny market for crafts it has since swollen beyond anyone's expectations and is swamped in the thousands over the weekend.
The goods on sale vary from cheap to wacky to re-loved to expensive clothes, secondhand jeans, handmade crafts to designer furniture and magic mushrooms (legal here so long as they're sold fresh!).
Lying on the banks of the River Dart, Totnes presents an intriguing mixture of history and new age trends. This ancient river port town has a vibran ....Read more
Walk in the footsteps of historic icons such as Sir Francis Drake, Captain Cook and the Mayflower Pilgrims. Historic Plymouth is centred around the T ....Read more
Known to locals as the "Pearl of Dorset", Lyme Regis nestles between the hills on the border between Devon and Dorset. The little town lies on Lyme Ba ....Read more
Covent Garden was once an austere, quiet place where monks of Westminster Abbey grew their own vegetables in their "convent garden". ....Read more