I think most girls have imagined what it's like to be in simillar times to Pride and Prejudice. Beautiful scenery, pretty dresses... Of course there's the oppression of women as well. But focus on the nice bit for now. Last week I headed to two houses reminiscent of the past, and showed this in beautiful, … Continue reading “The distance is nothing when one has a motive”
The people who live on the Isle of Wight claim this famous Beatles song isn't actually meant to be Ticket to Ride. They claim it is actually Ticket to Ryde, as in The Beatles were actually singing about one of the biggest places there, where most ships come on the island. Whilst McCartney said the … Continue reading Ticket to Ryde
France was a dream. I'm sitting on my sofa at home flicking through the memories, and this time last week I was sitting on a balcony drinking rose, with a sea view. Every day was something a little different, that had a big impact on me. The scenery never ceased to amaze me. Everywhere I … Continue reading Frenching
Day 1: Arriving When we first booked the flight, Jack and I both laughed at the thought of getting up at 4 in the morning to catch the flight. We were wrong. It was quite painful having to muster the courage to open my eyes. Jack was fine, saying he loved getting up so early … Continue reading France 1, 2, 3
Today I went to the beautiful Kenilworth Castle, which is just near Warwick. I've been hankering to go for ages, as the romance story behind it with Elizabeth the 1st has always enchanted me. Today the castle deviated away from this element, and held a medieval day. This was interesting as whilst that element was … Continue reading Kenilworth Castle
When anyone from outside of London thinks of London, they think of it as one of the best places England has to offer. And, with its layers of culture, diversity and passion, I'd argue that it is. But unlike a lot of places, a day trip simply does not cover the expansive qualities it has … Continue reading London.