I’m going to go ahead and feed probably quite a lot of your American stereotypes with this post, and I’m not going to lie when I say I felt like I was living my best life at London Wing Fest. There was live blues and rock music, day drinking, trucker hats, chainsaw carving, and of course the thing that brought me all the way to London for the day from the North, ALL THE CHICKEN WINGS!CONTINUE READING
I realised while writing some new blog posts that I never shared my last Budapest post, visiting the House of Houdini!
While walking around Buda Hill in Budapest we walked by the House of Houdini, and thought, oh if we’ve got time maybe we’ll see what’s there. Well it was still open on our way back down, and after being told it would take around half an hour to go through we decided to spend the 8 Euro per person to learn a bit more about Houdini and see a magic show.CONTINUE READING
During the heatwave this summer when it was particularly hot, we decided to go to Staithes, a small seaside town just north of Whitby. We’d not been before so weren’t really sure what to expect, but we hoped it would be cooler than inland. We were right on that aspect, we froze in shorts and tank tops! CONTINUE READING
This photo collage sums up my last month and why I’ve been missing from my poor blog again. Turns out you can’t type that well with a full arm cast, which has proven quite difficult as being on a computer is my job as well as my hobby. CONTINUE READING
I didn’t really plan to take four months away from this internet space of mine, in fact, I had quite a lot of things I wanted to share, but here we are. I’ll still share them, they just won’t be so current. Though I suppose if I didn’t tell you that, and you didn’t know me in real life, you’d never even know. The beauty of internet anonymity. So where have I been, what have I been doing I hear you exclaim (ok, probably just that one person who still reads here), I shall tell you friends.CONTINUE READING