Amsterdam – the city of approximately 850,000 bikes so of course I had to explore this city using this popular mode of transport! Now considering I am scared of cycling alongside traffic this was a BIG DEAL for me and certainly pushed me out of my comfort zone. Despite living in Oxford for 3 years … More Hello ‘Dam, Hello Bike!
How can one tell if one is from North England or South England? It is all from how you pronounce Bath, the correct way obviously being us Northerners (my Northern accent wins over my Southern London born birth!) I have always wanted to visit Bath, ever since it was referenced as this magical place of … More UK Urban Escape: The City of Bath
I love Christmas time and after saying I don’t like spending it anywhere but home (see post), I decided to have a cheeky Christmas filled get away to Prague to experience it the Czech way. Booked through Holiday Pirates at a bargain of a price I jetted off for a 2 night Christmas market extravaganza … More Christmas Merriment in Prague
Vulgar – lacking sophistication or good taste (Oxford Dictionary) Origin: Late Middle English, from Latin vulgaris, from vulgus – common people. When my friend Zaena (fashion blogger at The Last Straggler) invited me along to the Barbican Centre I was all game. I had never been to the Barbican before (typical Londoner I know) so I was … More A ‘Vulgar’ Night at the Barbican