If your family has pets then you'll know how attached you can get to your four-legged friend, they are practically an extra member to the family and so you'll want them to go everywhere with you when it comes to going on holiday. If your holiday plans this year don't involve flying out of the country (and with the rising cost of flights and living in general not many will be able to afford it anyway!) then there's no reason why you can't take your dog along too.
You can learn and enjoy so much with a walk in the park. No, not your local park but the Peak District National Park.
The Peak District was Britain's first national park, established in 1951 and can be found mainly in the county of Derbyshire and also parts of Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire and Yorkshire.
It covers 1,438 square kilometres – but enough of the facts and figures, what's the place actually like?
It’s nearly June and in a few days we will be sorting out the camping bits and pieces ready for a trip to France – all that lovely cheese, the markets, even the hypermarkets are anticipated. Usually we know some of the people we will meet, but not this time, except by accident perhaps.
The relaxed feeling of being on holiday can lead people to take risks with their safety that they would not take when at home. The following travel tips will help to make sure that your holiday is enjoyable and safe.
Photo by Evgeni Dinev
The weather in Bulgaria can be cold in the winter and very hot during the summer. The perfect time to plan your holiday starts in April, up until June, the weather is still comfortable and you will find many things to do. However, September offers beautiful fall colours and not as much congestion because most tourists are heading home, but the Black Sea is still warm enough to swim and enjoy the white sandy beaches. If you enjoy skiing, then you will want to head to Bulgaria in December. The months of July and August will be hot, but you can still enjoy the beautiful Bulgarian beaches and attractions.