Mount Snowdon

With an elevation of over 1,085m over sea level, Snowdon is not only the highest mountain in Wales but also the highest point in Britain outside the Scottish Highlands. The welsh mountain is located in Snowdonia National Park in Gwynedd and has been designated as a national nature reserve due to its rare flora and … More Mount Snowdon

Lake District – Buttermere and Rannerdale Knotts

The mountainous region in England’s north-west is a famous holiday area and known for its famous fells or mountains, forests and lakes. Two of the in total seven lakes are Buttermere and Crummock Water which can be found in the northern part of the Lake District. An easy walking path starts close in Buttermere by … More Lake District – Buttermere and Rannerdale Knotts

Lake of Derwentwater

Only a short walk away from the centre of Keswick town there is a very beautiful lake fells of Cat Bells in the west, the viewpoint of Friar’s Crag in the east and the entrance to the beautiful Borrowdale valley at its southern foot. The town offers many boutiques and shops providing outdoor equipment as … More Lake of Derwentwater

Skellig Michael

Ireland is a very beautiful island in the North Atlantic. There are so many great places to visit and one of them is Skellig Michael or Great Skellig, the bigger one of the two Skellig Islands in the North Atlantik in the west of the Iveragh Peninsula of County Kerry. One of the most famous … More Skellig Michael

London NYE

For the celebration of the “New Year’s Eve” 2014 / 2015 I stayed in London. One of the biggest highlights to celebrate this day was the huge and great firework near the river Thames at South Bank right next to the “London Eye”. This year it was the first time that you had to afford … More London NYE