Today we paid a visit to Lincoln, one of my favourite cities in Lincolnshire, partly for the walk and to practice driving the unfamiliar country roads, but mainly to have a go at following the temporary Knights' Trail and ticking another trail off my list. The Lincoln Knights' Trail echoes previous citywide exhibitions such as … Continue reading The Knights’ Trail, Lincoln
As I write this post, I am sat at work, once again trawling through email after email and wondering why I continue to subject myself to this kind of torture when there's a whole giant world out there filled with wonderful and diverse people. To say my latest trip, my first solo venture, inspired me … Continue reading From Eastern Europe to Our Little Island
I had my birthday on May 23rd, and so far, 25 hasn't treated me so badly - I would imagine mostly due to the fact I'm now just a stones throw away from my first ever solo travel adventure abroad (And partly that I got some awesome new video games that have had me hooked … Continue reading OMG I Fly On Sunday!
My birthday is on a Tuesday this year - Yeah, what a boring day for a birthday... So I had my treat this weekend, which included a visit to Yorkshire Wildlife Park. While it doesn't quite live up to some of the bigger zoos (London, Chester, Paignton etc., which are all fantastic), it's actually not … Continue reading A Trip to Yorkshire Wildlife Park
I learned an important lesson today. Your dream lifestyle is out there somewhere, and if you put in the time and effort, you will succeed. Brick City, a LEGO model exhibition, is not new by any means, but it's the first time it's been displayed so locally to me, and today was the first time … Continue reading Brick City – Appreciating the Little Things
If there's one lesson I wish I could teach my younger self, it's that I have the right to like whatever the hell I want to like. There is so much peer pressure growing up, and there are even hints of it as you reach adulthood, but honestly, looking back I wasted so much time … Continue reading Staying True to Ourselves…
Among the dull, repetitive days in the office, this year's Easter break was a much-needed release. I travelled to Hull to do some shopping, and went on a night out with my friends - and that's without even mentioning the epic chocolate egg that I'd been itching to open. I'm talking thick shell embedded with … Continue reading Easter Goodies