Villages often organize their own day trips to the beaches and forests their ancestors visited. While these trips are not officially set in stone, they may as well be as the villages don’t alter their set schedules. There is communication between the villages so neighbouring places don’t go out at the same time. There is an unspoken arrangement villages will look out for their neighbours so nobody undesirable (usually these are considered to be sprites or trolls) invades while these annual trips go on. The Queen herself does not do this kind of thing, believing it to be undignfied. Eileen has been invited to be the guest of several villages she’s aided and has had a wonderful time at these trips, much to her cousin’s disapproval, not that Eileen cares about that.
FNN produce programmes about life on other planets, the main focus being Earth, but “facts” are often distorted to fit in with long held Kingdom views. The Kingdom knows humans are warlike but tends to ignore those that are anything but as these folk don’t fit in with expectations. Eileen prior to her defection had produced books to counterbalance some of the misinformation the Kingdom’s had - these books were not destroyed and are in the Library simply because of who she is. Eileen’s books are in the restricted section where you have to apply for permission to even enter the place yet alone borrow a volume from it. Given the names of all those who request permission are kept on register for future reference, requests are limited. Eileen herself knows the Queen and her Council are to blame here rather than FNN, though Eileen hopes the fact the broadcasters tend to trivialize matters might make the wider people aware there may well be more to life on these other planets than they are being told about.