There is nothing quiet like Halloween, especially when stumbling across homes covered in gorgeous, creepy and sometimes realistic decor. It’s certainly taken some years, but it seems us brits are becoming a little more involved when it comes to decorating and embracing Halloween. And yet, we ventured a little further afield to get a real
There is nothing better than being a tourist in your own country. Heading for a long weekend with friends, family or a loved one is a perfect opportunity to explore and uncover some true British gems! Whether you are sticking to a budget or just eager to experience some of your home, there are some
Are you even British if you don’t love a good wander and exploration of a classic English Castle. They are often full of secrets and history of our countries past and make a great Sunday stroll. Yes, exploring every nook and cranny of a real castle is a real British activity, and one I try
Deep in the hundred acre woodWhere Christopher Robin playsYou will find the enchanted neighbourhoodOf Christopher’s childhood daysA donkey named Eeyore is his friendAnd Kanga and little RooThere’s Rabbit and PigletAnd there’s OwlBut most of all Winnie the Pooh My whole childhood is etched with Winnie the Pooh teddy bears, video tapes and even the song
When the bank holiday spells stella weather, and endless sunshine, what better than exploring somewhere new, and somewhere you’ve passed multiple times on the way to university. I had managed to book 2 extra days off the last bank holiday, and I was determined to make it count. The first on our agenda – Arundel.
Okay I am abit of a city wanderer. Honestly, I love a city break. Exploring somewhere completely new and experiencing the hustle and bustle of a completely different world. Because that is what a city is. A new world of history, new modern buildings and a mass of people from all walks of life and
This was the first year we were eager than ever to just get away, without a care in the world other that what to wear for dinner and what bikini should I switch to tomorrow. Of course we wanted to see and experience some culture and some of the place we planned to jet to,
It was a glorious Saturday, and just by accident, we had a spare few hours which made perfect time to explore a new, local national trust site. This time, we headed to the much loved Sheffield Park site. We had heard many rave about the gorgeous gardens, and it’s somewhere I frequently pass, to and
I’ve been on a very recent book binge in the last couple of weeks. Whether that’s down to the fact Black Mirror seems very real and I want to distance myself from my phone as much as possible, and read a book instead, is completely plausible. You may be a binge reader, a steady flow
I’ve been so lucky to visit some, more than others, parts of the USA. Whilst my mind has been well made up whether I would even care to live there ( I would not encase you’re wondering ), it certainly is a great country to explore and experience many different states, cities and cultures. America
What a perfect place to spend the last May Bank holiday weekend of the year, than in the picturesque and rather charming location such as Stratford Upon Avon. Yes, 11 of us ventured to the gorgeous Warwick / Stratford area for a blissful 3 day break exploring and enjoying the gorgeous streets and sights. It’s
I’m back with yet another glorious National Trust site! And this one makes the perfecttttt day trip from London. It’s been a fair while since our last excursion to a local site – Bodiam Castle, yet we decided a good old English bank holiday was the perfectttt oppertunity to explore a new site. A rather
This won’t be a long one I promise, it’s just some insight into our glorious weekend exploring our local city. I took some pretty snaps so I wanted to share in a little diary style post. Happy Spring – because I can officially say that! The first full weekend of spring saw some productivity, as
Scotland has some of the trickiest roads to drive on in the whole country. The large number of mountain passes and the numerous twisting country lanes mean that the wear and tear on your car’s tyres can be immense. However, it is not just on exposed land in the Highlands that your tyres will suffer.