Meet Cynthia Sin Nga Lam from Melbourne, Australia. This amazing 17 year old girl may just have created a machine that could dig her predecessors out of a massive hole they dug for themselves with the lack of sustainable and economical living in the past.
The future is looking bright, and Devon County Council are aiming to be part of the revolution. There’s potential for you to be driving to our Devon glamping location under a host of energy-efficient street lights if their bid is accepted.
If you love tucking into some good fruit and veg while on a luxury camping UK break then this will be music to your ears and undoubtedly get your tummy rumbling in anticipation as researchers develop healthier plants, naturally, it has been revealed.
Yesterday (March 22) marked the 22nd anniversary of World Water Day, first introduced by the United Nations General Assembly. We’d be nothing without the wet stuff.
Water is a finite resource, contrary to belief, and we only have what we have, weird thought when it totally tips it down for half the year, right? There’s around 332,500,000 cubic miles of water on earth, but only one-hundredth of one percent of the world’s water is readily available for human usage, just let that sink in for a minute! With that in mind, are you thinking that you need to start viewing this precious, vital piece of our lives with a slightly different outlook, more respect perhaps?
So in order to celebrate the wet goodness we adore so much, why not soak up these 18 fascinating facts we have for you to dive in to:
A long awaited heatwave is set to hit the UK over the Easter weekend, according to long range forecasts.
Some forecasts even predict that weather will be hotter than holiday destination favourites Spain and Greece!
With thermometers expected to reach 26C, meaning this Easter will beat previous records set in 1984, and then 2011. This will mean that this April may well be the hottest since the records began in 1910. Continue reading →
In case you didn’t know, herbs and micro greens are positively packed full of flavours—and complete powerhouses stacked up to the rafters with nutrients. So with spring kicking in nicely in the here near our UK luxury cabin holiday destinations, as well as other delightful locations in far and wide, why not get your hands dirty and grow these mini-plants to stay fit- they’ll be lovely to bring with you on a glamping trip to cook with too ya know!
Spring is, in fact, the most ideal time for you to create your own garden of “greens”, so whether in the backyard, on the terrace or on windowsills, so here’s a handy guide for you, including 5 primo plants to kick start that spring/summer feeling! Continue reading →
With an outstanding natural event set to occur this Friday, many of you may want to get a snapshot of the partial solar eclipse. Set to begin at around 8.30am, the peak of the eclipse will be between 9.28am and 9.32am, where 80 per cent of the sun will be covered by the moon. This will be a spectacular sight for anyone on a glamping & luxury camping holiday, as long as there is clear line of sight to the sky.
As many people will know, staring directly at the eclipse can be harmful to our eyes, and wearing sunglasses does not help, and can sometimes actually cause more damage. However, precautions must be taken on photographic equipment as well! Here are a few ways you can ensure you stay free from harm, whilst capturing some unforgettable images of one of nature’s beautiful events: Continue reading →
A Glasgow manufacturer has come up with a cool new innovation for glamping aficionados – a flat packed travelling Yurt.
While the original Yurts of Mongolia are travelling, collapsible and portable, they take time to set up and are a burden to transport, often requiring several animals to carry the various parts which make it up across the plains.
One of these traditional yurts takes up space, and anyone wishing to use one to travel around the UK would need a van to fit all the parts into and to set aside a full day for its construction. Continue reading →