HUNDREDS of sex-mad swingers will descend on a historic village for a Bonk Holiday weekend of wife-swapping. They will hot-foot it to a popular sex resort nestling in a pretty rural village in Kent. The exclusive Eureka naturist club – where membership costs £400-a-year and couples pay £35 to attend parties – dedicated last night’s party to a “cougars and cubs” free-for-all. Today there will be a foam party and outdoor hot-tubs for swingers who want to romp in the open-air. And on Sunday there’s a Hawaiian themed beach party night with fancy dress and a band. The club is set in 23 acres of parkland and also has a 60ft swimming pool and a giant sauna with room for 25 people. It even has lodges and cabins on the estate for exhausted swingers to stay over at up to £60-a-night. The club is in the posh village of Fawkham in Kent, which has a 12th-century church and is close to Brands Hatch race track. … [Read more...] about Hundreds of sex-mad swingers set to descend on sleepy Kent village for wife-swapping festival complete with hot-tubs and foam party
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While you're at it: Lake Ontario's winelands, nestled between Toronto and Niagara Falls, make for a great day trip from the big city (winecountryontario.ca). Do it: cabottrail.travel 13. Take off HeliSkiing in British Columbia Are you bored of run-of-the-mill ski lifts and blue slopes? Craving a little more excitement on your skis? Well, throw a helicopter into the mix, and adventure is all but guaranteed. On this jaunt, a chopper will drop you into the stunning mountain wilderness of British Columbia for an off-piste experience you'll never forget. The terrain is huge, and the log cabins you'll sleep in are utterly adorable. - NB While you're at it: Practise your Torvill and Dean moves at the Olympic Plaza in Whistler (whistler.com), which opens as an ice rink in the winter. Do it: Scott Dunn (scottdunn.com) has an eight-night luxury, bespoke Ski Canada Adventure itinerary from €8,100pps B&B, including flights and transfers. 14. Skate on the Canal in Ottawa The 202km-long … [Read more...] about The Canadian Bucket List: 30 things to do in Canada before you die!
fishing holidays. This luxury country hotel is situated right next to the River Sog, the largest freshwater river in Iceland, which accommodates vast amounts of Arctic char, Atlantic salmon, and sea-run brown trout. Ólafur Laufdal, Manager and Owner of Grímsborgir Guest Houses, said, “Due to our location, we often accommodate people who come specifically to go fly fishing in the River Sog. The surrounding area is extremely beautiful and visitors often comment upon it being an ideal place to go fishing and relax.”Located just short drive from some of Iceland’s most popular tourist sites, Grímsborgir is also ideally situated for those wishing to explore the Golden Circle, where one finds the magnificent waterfall of Gullfoss; the geothermal area of Geysir; and Kerið, a water filled volcano crater. Grímsborgir offers 6 luxury apartments. The apartments vary in size, accommodating from 4 to 10 people. The largest is 200 square metres with 4 … [Read more...] about Fly fishing holiday near Iceland’s Golden Circle with country hotel
Published July 7, 2015 Welcome, readers, to our 2015 BEST OF REYKJAVÍK issue. It’s that time in the midsummer when the days are long, the nights are nonexistent, and people are in an upbeat and active mood. The streets of Reykjavík have a carnival feeling, with people eating out, flaneuring around, having drinks with friends, taking long walks, going to festivals, and generally squeezing every drop of enjoyment out of the brightest season. With that in mind, there’s no better time to celebrate the things that make Reykjavík a pretty great place to live (we’ve had the whole winter to carp and grumble, after all, so we’re ready to take a little break). After a long process of taking suggestions from our readers, contributors and resident experts, arguing around pub tables, checking in on much-loved classics and promising new places, tearing it all up and starting again, then arguing a whole lot more, we’ve come up with the following list of … [Read more...] about 2015 Best Of Reykjavík
Ever fancied a break with a real difference? There are plenty of wonderful and slightly wacky places to stay just a short distance from Hinckley. Quirky accommodation comes in all forms from a Thomas the Tank Engine-themed room to a Hobbit Hut or even your own castle. Or you could go on safari in Worcestershire. Whatever you do, you know you won’t have to drive far to reach your holiday destination - and that you’re likely to be talking about it for years to come! So here are some ideas for memorable and unusual places to stay. Astley Castle View gallery A castle near Nuneaton First up, why not sleep in a place fit for a king - or queen. The ruins of Astley Castle have been given a massive and amazing make-over and the award-winning result is now available to rent out. It looks stunning with all its glass and bricks bringing the old and the new together in perhaps one of the most stunning buildings in the Midlands. What is more, it's only just down the road near … [Read more...] about 13 amazing and unusual places to stay