This weekend was spent in one of my favourite places - Liverpool. It's where I went to Uni and will always hold a very special place in my heart. Here are some of the things that makes Liverpool so special to me... The People Scousers - friendly, hilarious and often found wearing pjs and rollers … Continue reading Mersey Paradise
I was in two minds whether to post this... Today marked the end of a wonderful week long holiday in Northumberland, a hidden haven, the UK's best kept secret (in my personal opinion). I was in two minds whether to post this as by blabbing about it, Northumberland may become popular and ruin it for … Continue reading Northumberland
As a regular frequenter and fan of Nottingham (the city not the football team, just to be clear) I was hardly surprised to find them featured in Pebble Mags guide to sustainable cities. I was pleased to see some of my favourite places in Nottingham on the guide as well as some new places for me to … Continue reading Nottingham: Sustainable City Guide
"Fantastic expectations, amazing revelations." Ian Brown's F.E.A.R lyrics (featured on the road-trip playlist en-route to Brighton on Thursday morning) brilliantly sum-up my 48 hours in the beautiful city. Fantastic expectations - Months ago I booked a cool Airbnb (check out the decor!) right next to The Level park in Brighton as a celebration for Rob finishing … Continue reading Brilliant Brighton
Wow, September really did fly over. I cannot believe a whole month has gone by since my last post. We're now into October, and some crazy people have even started talking about the 'C' word (local Co-op officially have mince pies on their shelves)! I took a break from blogging throughout September as my diary … Continue reading Bella Green is back.
The amazing London 2012 Olympics took place at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The Park was developed with a very sustainable vision. Unfortunately I wasn't able to make it to the Olympics back in 2012, however on Saturday I was lucky enough to be at the World Athletics Championships held at the Park and managed … Continue reading Sustainable Sports Stadium
I very rarely get to spend a weekend at home, nevermind a bank holiday weekend. That is why this Easter was very special as I got to spend it at home with my nearest and dearest exploring what is on my doorstep. Despite having lived in the East Midlands now for about four years I've … Continue reading Easter Weekend – Adventures on the Doorstep