Author: Kai Sedgwick

Kai Sedgwick loves to write about travelling, although he's happiest when travelling about writing. Fitness, garden sheds and rare earth metals are just some of the topics he's come to specialise in since becoming a copywriter two years ago. In his spare time, Kai sleeps as much as possible and blogs for his own site, Ed Uncovered.

    We found 15 articles by Kai Sedgwick

    • Skydiving Holidays

      What’s your idea of the perfect holiday – sprawled horizontal on a sun lounger or plummeting earthwards at 120mph? As it so happens, you don’t have to choose between the two. Book a skydiving holiday and you can enjoy the best of both worlds. Marvel at the…

    • Easter Cottages

      Easter is a time for renewal. New blooms, new lambs, new life, new hope. It’s also a time for going on holiday. While Easter is a special time for a multitude of reasons, let’s not forget about the biggest perk of the season: a week or more in which to tak…

    • City Breaks

      What are your favourite memories of New Year? (And if your answer is “What memories?”, you’ve been making the most of New Year it would appear.) To many people, New Year is the amusing, teaway cousin of Christmas: while the latter involves familial obligat…

    • Holidays for the Elderly

      Choosing a suitable destination for elderly holidaymakers is not dissimilar to selecting a holiday for any other age group: the key is to pick a region with a favourable climate, local history, fine dining options, comfortable accommodation and a range of …

    • Unusual Holidays

      Sumptuous apartments and luxurious villas are all well and good - but how many are truly memorable? Admittedly, the accommodation’s not the only incentive to go on holiday; hopefully the scenic beauty and array of attractions will also have some bearing on…

    • Burns night in Edinburgh

      Although born in Ayrshire, Robert Burns made his way to Edinburgh in 1786 at the age of 27. A year later, Scotland’s national poet saw the Edinburgh edition of Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish dialect published. If you’re thinking about celebrating Burns Nig…

    • Edinburgh Fringe Festival

      Whether you’re a festival veteran or have yet to set foot in the city they call Auld Reekie, this year’s Fringe promises to be the best yet. Veteran Fringe-goers will require little by way of introduction; newcomers, on the other hand, may feel overwhelmed…

    • Edinburgh's Hogmanay

      In English it might be known as New Year, but in Scotland there’s only one term for the greatest party of the year – Hogmanay. The word can be traced back to the 17th century, though its origins are anyone’s guess. All that matters is that come 31 December…

    • Top UK destinations for nature-lovers

      For many people, the perfect holiday should consist of two parts sunshine to one part sangria. While millions of Britons head abroad in search of good weather and cheap cocktails, others prefer to stay at home and savour the quieter things in life. A stayc…

    • UK Family Holidays

      There are many reasons why the UK is a desirable destination. Aside from the convenience of being able to start your holiday without stepping onto a plane, there’s the diversity and cultural richness of the British Isles themselves. Britain’s history and a…