As the colours change, the apples turn rosy and the nights draw in, discover unique English activities from cider-making to red deer spotting via mushroom foraging and autumn colour walks.
To mark National Poetry Day (28 September), VisitEngland has commissioned two contemporary poets, Remi Graves and Andrew McMillan, to create new ‘England poems’, celebrating London and Manchester respectively, with accompanying videos set in each city.
We are four hours north of Sydney when the revelation strikes: taking the kids on a campervan holiday might actually have been a brilliant idea*.
Whilst on my van to Dusseldorf Caravan Salon, I stopped at this place on the motorway which was a very noisy place to spend the night. Places to spend the night on the older parts of the motorway network tend to be limited not only due to the age but also due to being very busy.
Travelling to Caravan Salon Dusseldorf I stop at the Humboldtblick rest area on the German A44 for something to eat. Whilst showing you the rest area, you also get to see the state my van is in. As you can see, the motorhome rebuild is far from finished!
It may now have been one month ago but a motorhome journey is always exciting to look back on - particularly when going somewhere where there is so much to see.