The corona virus lock-down in the UK has bought many challenges, not least trying to keep yourself and your kids entertained when you’re stick in the same four walls! In our last blog we gave you five ideas for indoor activities
With flights grounded and holidays cancelled, it’s hard to imagine a time when we’ll be travelling again. But with hundreds of live camera feeds accessible over the internet, you can be a virtual tourist. This great article from the BBC rounds up the best live feeds from dream destinations such as Venice and the island of Koh Samui
Social distancing does come with some positives – not having to deal with crowds for one thing! Take the opportunity to explore those museums you’ve always wanted to visit, all without queuing and from the comfort of your own home. From natural history to NASA, there’s no limit to the wonders you can enjoy and new things you can learn thanks to the internet!
The official Alton Towers YouTube channel is also full of POV (point of view) videos of their most popular and thrilling rides. Plug in a fan to recreate some wind in your hair and feel like you’re really there
It’s so sad to think of all the amazing collections of art that are currently under wraps with no visitors to appreciate them. From Tate Modern to the Royal Academy to the Guggenheim, many of the top art galleries in the world have published virtual tours on their website, open to anyone to explore at any timeRead the Full Article