Travelling as a couple

After two and a half years together, Paul and I have done our fair share of travelling together. Together we have walked on the Great Wall of China, canoed through Ha Long Bay and strolled through the opulent rooms of Versailles. We have also been lost together in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, been told our … More Travelling as a couple

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Let them in

For the first time in my entire life, this morning I actually cried at the news. It’s impossible to ignore what’s happening in the world, but if you want to, or if you think that speaking on the current political climate should be left to politicians then you’ve come to the wrong place.  I usually … More Let them in

100

This morning I woke up to discover (not really discover, I’ve been keeping tabs on it all week since I downloaded my year so far stats) that after two new countries read my blog in the early hours of this morning, that my page has been viewed, read and probably mocked in 100 countries. I … More 100

Travelling and mum

After the idea was planted in my mind almost four months ago, during our trip to the USA and Canada, I’ve decided that I will write a little piece on travelling and my wonderful mum. Like my last personal piece on travelling as a couple, I was pretty hesitant to write this one for many reasons; … More Travelling and mum