If you’re not fully away what fire poi is, a quick Google search explains that: “Fire poi use wicks for the weighted ends (often made using Kevlar). The bottom flap of the wick is sewn with Kevlar thread, which ensures the wick has a longer life. The wicks are soaked in fuel, set on fire, and then spun for dramatic effect.”
If you are on holiday at any of our glamping UK abodes with the family, friends, or just for a romantic getaway, and you’re looking to do something different that you may not have done before that is not just fun for all ages, but educational and tasty too, why not give foraging and fruit picking a go?
Nature has a great way of taking our breath away with its beauty and wonder at times. Recently this was highlighted in its purest form by a professional photographer, Olivier Morin, who travelled to Norway to capture some of the most breathtaking surfing images we’ve seen in a long time!
While we normally focus our attentions on glamping yurts, there is a popular eatery, housed in a yurt in Bristol that we love with a charming name that can only really be said in a true Bristolian accent – Yurt Lush. In case you were panicking that they weren’t in the same place you last saw them, we can confirm they have recently relocated to another spot in the South West city.
We’re not sure if we mentioned it before (we have!) but it’s spring REAL soon, officially! That means the nights are becoming longer and the temperatures are going to warm up so that we can enjoy more evening activities outdoors like BBQ’s, glamping UK trips with pleasant walks, and drinking with friends.
If you are going on a family-friendly glamping break this spring or summer, then you’ll no doubt want to do some exploring on foot and quite possibly with a camera. If you know how to find the best things to take pictures of and the best way to capture them result-wise, then you’re more likely to capture their interests and keep them keen.