London is a fantastic city with life seeping from every corner! The hustle and bustle never stops and when you find yourself amongst the accelerating life, you may be lost on what to do. Here are the Six things you must do in London:
London is truly stunning - from the old architecture to the future metropolitan, there is always something charming behind each London street! Stay tuned to this video for views from the London Eye, Notting Hill and much more, such as a few hours at the Natural History Museum:
Join me on my adventure around Eyemouth and St. Abbs - which is where MARVEL filmed the New Asgard scenes in Avengers: Endgame:
I was born in Edinburgh and feel like I have taken its historical beauty for granted. After missing the charm of the city, I visited it post-Lockdown and lived the tourist life, falling in love with my Home City even more:
London's Victorian Era is immensely interesting with the creation of Big Ben and Tower Bridge and along with the spooky story of Jack The Ripper. Expect to hear all about this and more in today's World Explained!
London is a fascinating city with a huge economic value and a dark background. This episode of World Explained will discuss the history of the capital, featuring the origins of the city, Jews being expelled and the importance of 10 Downing Street. I hope you learn lots!
Lockdown Phase One is officially underway and this allows you to meet one household if you keep a social distance. Here is a vlog of me reuniting with family for the first time in 10 weeks:
This pandemic has ruined the Spring season of 2020. I am now running out of ideas for content, so I need suggestions. Please give me ideas in the comments below:
Hello everyone and welcome to Edinburgh Explained Further! Today, we will discuss how the Victorian Era and Fringe impacted the city and take a look and the creation of the Scott Monument and National Monument of Scotland.
Hello everyone and welcome on here to the first episode of World Explained. In today's video, we explore the history of Edinburgh through a two-part documentary. This show will discuss the middle ages, the plague and much more: