The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World’s Happiest Country by Helen Russell is an absolute wonder to read. And I’m so glad this book FINALLY made it’s way off my to-be-read list and onto my read list
Australia my home away from home. So if you’re heading to Australia and want to start up a list of some cool places to visit or you’re just interested to see what I loved the most during my time there, then this list is for you. Here are my Australia best bits
Crystal Palace. Home to Crystal Palace Park, the dinosaurs and the ‘Eiffel Tower’ of South London, otherwise known as a television transmitter. Having lived in South East London for the past three years it’s crazy to think I hadn’t yet explored Crystal Palace. There is surprisingly a lot to see and …
Besides travel, cheese is another of my great loves. Cheddar Cheese. Cheese and Crackers. Cheese on toast. It’s safe to say I love cheese. So when I was approached to attend a Comté Cheese and Christmas drinks pairing last week, I jumped at the chance.
The World Travel Market, or otherwise known as the fondly abbreviated WTM, took place this week. Traders, tourism boards and travel bloggers all flocked to the Excel to talk all things travel. speed networking event, on stand demonstrations and lots of fantastic talks during the three days. I only attended for two days but got to see and do so much. So here’s a few of the things I got up to. Plus a few tips of my own
Photo frames. Travel prints. Posters. You name it, I’ve been looking for it. Since moving to our new flat in August we’ve been looking for artwork to hang on the walls and pictures to print. And it’s been a tough decision! It wasn’t until I teamed up with Tesco Photo