It talks about the possibility of more people doing a staycation: a holiday in the UK following the drop in value of the pound relative to other currencies after the Brexit vote, and a number of terrorist attacks in public spaces and cities in Europe.
I've been abroad twice this summer so far, and also had a long weekend in Center Parcs, and have a couple of other trips within the UK coming up including our usual week in Devon.
I was interested to see the headline of the article opposite, and thought it would make a good rhyming challenge...
Think of two places: one outside the UK, and one inside the UK...
Umbria or Cumbria is the one suggested....
Here were some of the ones I came up with - can you do better?
- Paris or Harris
- Boston or Boston (bit of a cheat that one)
- Rotterdam or Rotherham
- Ghent or Kent
- Bern or Herne Bay