Week 1: Málaga & Granada

Week 1 of many! After a mad last few days of packing and socialising and goodbyes, I finally hopped on a plane on Monday 23rd April. First stop: Málaga, purely because it's a cheap destination to fly to in southern Spain. Málaga To be honest I didn't have high expectations - the name summoned visions [...]

View over the Ancient Greek ruins and the sea at Knidos, Datça

Knidos, Datça: Ancient Greek ruins in Turkey

The Ancient Greeks are famed around the world for their enormous temples dedicated to gods like Zeus, Poseidon and Artemis. Millions of people visit the Acropolis in Athens every year, but did you know you don't have to go to Greece to find Ancient Greek ruins? Naomi is the latest guest blogger on One More [...]

kenilworth castle joust final

Experience medieval jousting at Kenilworth Castle

Horses blasting down the tiltyard. Lances shattering into hundreds of pieces of splintered wood. A jester falling over himself with laughter. Coloured flags to cheer for the north, south, east or west. And a nearby ice cream van to keep you cool in the unusual blazing sunshine. It's medieval jousting, brought into the 21st century. [...]