Brits Abroad: Taking Teabags To The Beach

According to a recent survey by British Airways many of us can’t resist sneaking a bit of Blighty away with us on our hols. We’re cramming cornflakes in our suitcase or Tetley in our travel bags, ensuring that a taste of Britain is never far away.
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According to a recent survey by British Airways many of us can’t resist sneaking a bit of Blighty away with us on our hols. We’re cramming cornflakes in our suitcase or Tetley in our travel bags, ensuring that a taste of Britain is never far away.

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Foreign holidays. You can’t beat them. Sun-soaked beaches, bustling nightlife and a chance to sample a different way of living for a fortnight. Well that’s all well and good but it is frankly pointless if you are stranded in a foreign country without a decent brew and a fry-up.

According to a recent survey by British Airways many of us can’t resist sneaking a bit of Blighty away with us on our hols. We’re cramming cornflakes in our suitcase or Tetley in our travel bags, ensuring that a taste of Britain is never far away.

If you’d rather save the space in you suitcase for flip flops and a beach towel, it’s always comforting to know wherever you are in the world you can still find a small slice of the UK. Here are some of the best sights abroad to remind you of home.

  • Daily Mirror on a foreign newsstand.
  • An Irish pub abroad.
  • Any Heinz product in the supermarché.
  • Weetabix and Rice Krispies on the continental breakfast buffet.
  • Your local team’s football strip on a busy street.

Writes Rebecca Lomax

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