Visit | Lulworth Cove & Durdle Door, Dorset

Who doesn’t love the British coastline? No one? I thought so. I have always wanted to live closer to the sea. The thought of just being able to stroll along the water’s edge whilst, let’s face it, being attacked by my own hair, would be a dream. I would love…

11 Reasons to Visit Kefalonia

As everyone begins to jet off for their summer holiday of the year, I thought I would share with you 11 reasons as to why you should visit Kefalonia, one of the Greek Ionian Islands. If you are still deciding on a last minute trip away, or even planning ahead…

Visit | Hitchin Lavender Farm

I’ve always loved the idea of picking your own, whether it’s fruits or flowers, I just knew I had to visit the lavender Farm in Hitchin. Not only that, but I love finding new places to visit in the area. In Britain, we are very lucky to be surrounded by…

Visit | Tring National History Museum

Summer is approaching at last. The days are long and light and it’s finally warm enough to ditch the layers and free the skin. All of a sudden, you find you no longer want to hibernate inside. It’s time to go out. Explore. Have a little wander somewhere new. There’s…

A Week in Lincolnshire: Part Two

On the Wednesday, Elyse and Michaela rose early to go for another morning jog, whilst I stayed behind.There was no point in me going as I would have only slowed them down. Instead I stayed at the cottage and prepared breakfast. The plan for the day was to drive into…

A Week in Lincolnshire: Part One

{Warning: Lengthy and photo heavy post. All photo’s were taken using my Iphone} Back in December, Elyse, Michaela and I decided that we wanted a short, fairly cheap break away in the UK that would give us something to look forward to through the deary winter months. We knew that…