Sep 25 2017

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South hall travel- Which was your best holiday?

South hall travel- Which was your best holiday?

I always try to go somewhere historic in Britain at Easter with my partner [David L Williams, a filmmaker] and our three children. Last year we stayed in a really lovely b s Wall and felt really free; there was nobody there and it was absolutely stunning. We d walk the wall in the daytime with a lunch the b the beaches there are so beautiful, and it s like the Fifties up there: unspoilt and with very few people. Easter s good for holidaying in England; we seem to get the warm weather then, and a rainy summer. What do you need for a perfect holiday?

A camper van and the open road. I just love the feeling of We re off! We did own one until recently, but we ve outgrown it. We hire them now because the big ones are very expensive. I had a lot of caravanning holidays when I was young with my parents and have very happy memories, and this is me trying to replicate that.

What do you always take with you?

A washing line and pegs, a tin opener and a couple of books for each of us. We take Scrabble or Boggle or Bananagrams, probably all three. Lately we ve quite got into Carcassonne, a game where you build a medieval city out of tiles. We get really into our games and then we go off them, so it s good to have a few.

What s your best piece of travel advice?

Always have double the number of pairs of knickers of the days you re away, because anything can happen. You don t want to get caught short.

Where would you like to go next?

Somewhere in Britain within an hour of home. I think Britain is very underrated as a holiday destination. I d like to do things like walk the Ridgeway through Oxfordshire. I think we might do a bit of canoeing and camping in the Wye Valley next. Freshly honed after the successful first trip, we present a tour to some of the best-preserved Roman cities in the world, lying abandoned in dramatic terrain in one of the least-visited of countries. The museums contain breath-taking surprises, with artefacts and mosaics of the finest quality. The infrastructure for visitors is new and all tours to Algeria are escorted by a police presence.

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