I've always had a love-hate relationship with festivals. On the one hand, I love being part of a huge outdoor party, Pimms in hand, nowhere else to be, roaming around the grounds as music fills the air from all angles. And on the other, they have founded my disdain for camping after packing away one-too-many [...]
Since I last wrote a blog on New York City (seven months ago), there has been a new addition to our household in the form of our blonde thunder Cavapoo, Oscar. Now that he is trained up and accepted in to cafe culture (despite currently going through a mild bout of puppy adolescence at home [...]
In January this year, I turned 30 and celebrated by hitting the streets of New York City with Ross for four days and packed in as much as was physically possible in the space of time we had. Over the course of our stay I made a few observations and have a number of highlights I would like to share.
Germany's capital is a stark contrast of modern culture and historic grit.
After a couple of months hiatus from the blog, I've taken things international. For a milestone birthday (not mine), we headed off to the gorgeous Sorrento for some much needed R&R. And what better way to relax than to head up to what is claimed to be one of the best hiking trails in the world - yes, the irony is not lost on me either but 'when in Rome' and all that.
The words 'I've had an idea' come out of my mouth on an all-too-regular basis. Some ideas turn out well; others not so much. 'Character building' is what my Dad would say, and it's the phrase that I've now adopted in all situations of the latter.
Edinburgh is always a hive of activity but, in December, the city turns in to a winter wonderland and it gets a bit busy.... so, so busy.