So you settled in your beautiful travel destination, the sun is shining and you enjoy a warm day on the beach. You would want to watch british TV while travelling. The vacation is great but the geo locations makes you unable to watch your favourite show.
For example, last week i visited an awesome destination. Indonesia is a fabulous country, so much history, a must see. Who hasn’t dreamed of seeing a dragon at least once in their life? The komodos of Indonesia are no mythical creatures, however they are fierce and deadly animals. Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, encompasses five main islands and a number of smaller ones, as well as the surrounding marine areas. The waters off these islands are some of the richest and most diverse in the world. The komodo dragons are the stars of the show on any visit to the park, but visitors can also hike, snorkel, go canoeing, or visit small villages on the islands. Visitors must arrive by boat, and there is an entrance fee plus additional costs for transportation, guide services, and other activities.
Here are some shows i like the most, i can’t stay one day without watching, even in vacation! When Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight teamed up with actor-producer Tom Hardy, the result was Taboo, the muscly, strange story of James Delaney, a man who returned to Regency England from years travelling in the wild, and put a rocket right up it (almost literally). Series two of that is on its way, and in addition from the pair comes a new version of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol starring Guy Pearce as Ebeneezer Scrooge. The adaptation is in the can and due to air on BBC One over Christmas 2019.
Catherine The Great: Her majesty Helen Mirren comes to Sky Atlantic for this royal period drama—an HBO co-production. Mirren will play the titular Russian Empress in four episodes delving into the character of, according to the press bumf, a “strong-minded, independent, brilliantly intelligent and sexually liberated” eighteenth century woman. This one will air internationally in 2019.
I wanted to watch BBC while i was visiting this location but, unfortunately, the BBC is currently only available to those who are inside the UK, it runs a check against your IP (internet address) and determines where you are in the world. If it finds out you are not in the UK, you will get the error: “BBC iPlayer only works in the UK. Sorry, it’s due to rights issues”. The solution is to reroute your connection through British proxy servers, this is excatly what Beebs does, bypassing the rights issues. You need to be using Google Chrome, download & install this internet browser. Install Beebs. Beebs will automatically refresh your browser & reroute your connection to the UK. See more info at How to watch BBC on holidays abroad abroad.