Scrumptious Summer Eats

Now before I get started, I have to warn you: there are no pictures of refreshing fruit salads, leafy greens spritzed with lemon juice, nor anything else that you may typically associate with summer. The title of this post merely refers to the fact that I ate the food that shall shortly follow in summer. It’s not summer food in the sense that it’s been inspired by a season. And if it were, well, I’d be late in on the…
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September 23, 2015

Doing All The Touristy Things In London

We’ve all heard the phrase, “being a tourist in your own city”. Well, in my hometown of Harrogate, the must-dos amount to: 1) eating at Bettys cafe, 2)…Valley Gardens? Harlow Carr?…
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September 21, 2015

You Can(not) Travel The World For Free!

Lately, it seems to me that the idea of travelling around the world sits in two extreme camps, each replete with its own problems. Travelling long-term is either romanticised, a non-stop party, no cares in…
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September 15, 2015

Thirty Before Thirty

I’m not particularly good at setting goals. Well, actually that’s a lie. I’m good at setting them. I’m not particularly good at achieving those goals, even if it’s something…
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July 22, 2015

Life In Seat 1A

Remember that time when I waxed lyrical about flying in EVA Air’s Elite class? Yes? I talked about things like flowers in the bathroom and actual cutlery? No? Well, here’s the link in case you…
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July 7, 2015

The Dog Days Aren’t Over

The media always paints a rosy picture of owning a dog. A canine bounding over to its owner, tail wagging, all joy and slobbery kisses. Or an adorable puppy that has completely unravelled your delightfully…
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July 1, 2015

The Macau Casino Survival Guide

The first time I ever went in a casino was in Macau. Or, at least I think it was. It’s the first one I remember. I may have been to one in Newcastle before, whilst drunk and swooning over a fine hunk of heterosexual…
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