I recently wrote about what I hoped to do in Amsterdam whilst I was there on a works trip. As it turned out I didn’t get to do any of the things on my list, due to the amount of free time that was available, but I did manage to see an awful lot of […]
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My thoughts are with all the poor families and close friends of the people who have lost their loved ones in Paris. I honestly do not understand why anyone thinks any good will come from killing another human being. What do these people achieve from this type of behaviour? It is baffling, shocking and […]
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Warning: post filled with soppy confessions of a loved up girl in Paris! Exactly a year ago today, on my birthday, George organised a great surprise for me. George is a chef, a very talented one! Last year, to celebrate my birthday, all I wanted to do was stay in, watch films and have George […]
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In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.”
I feel as though this photograph fits into the theme ‘change’ as it captures the demolition of a building. Since I took this photography a new building has been built in its place.
I really like this photograph, I think I have a thing for photographing rubble and mess.
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Whilst I lived and studied in Bristol I would often go to Clifton, a lovely area in Bristol that contains one of Bristol’s key landmarks, the Clifton Suspension bridge. The bridge is quite a sight to see, suspended high above the River Avon. Since it opened in 1864 it has been a toll bridge which […]
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I am off to Amsterdam with work for the weekend at the beginning of October. I work in an Architect’s office so the main focus for this ‘team building’ trip will be Architecture. However, in the afternoon on the first day and the morning of the last day we are able to go and explore […]
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A book review of Us After finishing Game of Thrones I dove straight into the widely talked about book titled Us by David Nicholls. For me, it was a slow starter. The change of pace took quite a while to get used to but after forgetting about the action filled page turner that was Game […]
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Bath is one of my favourite cities, located West of London in Somerset, South West England. It is well known for its architecture, food and scenery. Every time I visit I am your typical tourist, taking lots of pictures of everything in sight, even my own food. On my last visit to Bath, my friends […]
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When recently discussing going to Fraser Island and walking through rainforests, a memory from my childhood sprung into my mind and I thought I would share the tale with you all (and to remind my family, who of course are the blogs biggest fans, of that one holiday). Approximately 14 (blimey has it really been […]
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On Thursday after finishing work, I frantically ran along the streets of London, dragging my pink little suitcase along behind me, to catch my train home. I spent the majority of the journey reading or looking out of the window. As I got closer to my destination the sun had begun to set producing beautiful […]
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