Last year’s adventure to Madrid was so much more than I had bargained for, and I am so grateful to the city for welcoming two friends and me, and giving us a much needed escape from our realities for a few days. Now, with most of my Spanish experiences being either fleeting moments in Barcelona, … More Travel | Flamenco and Fun in Madrid
One of the most exciting things about visiting any country is trying out the local cuisine, and Iceland is a fantastic place to test your tastebuds and enjoy some of the most delicious and hearty food I’ve ever eaten! Being an island, with the majority of the population in the coastal regions, fish is the … More Travel| Iceland – What To Eat
I love Wimbledon. I love the unpredictable weather, the long queue, the cheers and roars of support for the underdog and the relentlessly positive attitude of the crowds no matter what. This year was my fourth joining the longest queue in SW19, so I thought I’d share with any other budding Wimbledon fans what I … More What’s In My Wimbledon Bag?
Deep beneath Waterloo Station in London a whole menagerie of characters spend their days showing unsuspecting audience members around the back streets of Wonderland in Alice’s Adventures Underground. This pieces of immersive theatre takes place in after Alice’s Adventures – and we are inducted into the world of Wonderland by our card guides. For my … More Alice’s Adventures Underground: Review
London is crammed with tourists in the summer, of course, but it’s in the autumn I notice it more. Possibly because standing outside posing for photos in front of Buckingham Palace is less appealing in the rain and thus everyone wanders indoors. So I thought, for anyone visiting London this Autumn, I’d give you my … More Travel Tuesday: London – Getting Around
When you have acne you are often faced with a barrage of supposedly helpful advice, insults and patronising attempts to compliment you (when I was 14 a relative stared at me for a long time before announcing to my mother, “at least her teeth seem quite nice!”). So how you do survive spots? When people … More Surviving Spots
My go to guru for all things travel (especially city breaks) is the wonderful Becky from http://gotthepostcard.wordpress.com/ and she was full of some really helpful advice when it came to planning a trip to Amsterdam. Ever since having read John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars back in January 2012 I have desperately wanted to … More Amsterdam – Travel Diary