The weather may be dreich at times, but Edinburgh has a colourful culture. Use this guide to know what to expect before you visit and learn how to fit in with the locals!
From the Highlands to the Alps, travelling on a budget – the seasonaire diaries!
Our road-trip has almost come to an end but we thought it might be useful to show you some of the most scenic routes you can take.
All the bits you don’t hear, real advice for prospective festival workers!
I am a free man! (almost…) As I (Jen) type up our tales from Wales we are actively looking for jobs and organising the next stage of our journey. We might be free from summer work but there are some exciting possibilities on the horizon! I say exciting but it might be better described as …
Back to the real world we got ourselves prepared to go home and take time to holiday in the Scottish Borders at Electric Fields Festival
As the gates opened there was a flood of people who ran, camping chairs in hand ready to secure their spot in front of the stage.
So as you know by now we travel the UK in my grandad’s wee car, going from festival to festival where we live in our hand-me-down Vango tent. When we’re not in a tent we like to travel to see family and friends and places we’ve yet to discover! Working a summer of festivals is …
Working the festival life you see some weird and spectacular things. Here are a few images from our adventures so far… Give us a wee follow or like:
Kendal Calling was the muddiest adventure to date.