I have been incredibly quiet on all fronts lately due to the impending doom that seems to surround the UK exam period. We're right in the middle of GCSEs and, as a private tutor, this is my non-stop work period! But... and this is a good but... Anyone who has been following me on Facebook … Continue reading Something to Look Forward to!
Eating in Blackpool offers so much potential to eat junk food and ignore the fact that vegetables are a thing. Candy floss, rock, chips... the list goes on. Exhausted as we were after several travel hours and countless roller coasters we decided to go to Las Iguanas, a restaurant chain known for its Latin American … Continue reading Eating Vegan at Las Iguanas (Blackpool)
Without looking back at how much everything cost, I feel like I spent a small fortune! I'm sure I didn't as Blackpool is a cheap and cheerful place, but even so: rail transport, theme park entry and two meals out? It can't be cheap. Theme park entry we got a deal on. Blackpool Pleasure Beach … Continue reading Blackpool: The Budget
One of my favourite things to do as a child was a trip to Blackpool. Whether it was a trip up the tower to look down through the glass floor, writing our names in the sand after a seagull had nabbed off with half our chips or finally being old (well, tall) enough to ride … Continue reading Blackpool: A day trip to the seaside
There are many places that I want to visit (even re-visit some!) in the UK. Thus far this year, I have covered Birmingham and Manchester; already booked are Blackpool, Edinburgh and York. I'm going to be a very busy bee! That takes us up to Easter (5 locations in one term isn't bad to say I … Continue reading My “book it” List
One of the perks of living and working in Greater Manchester is that when I finish work at 1pm on a Saturday, I can hop on the V1 and be in Manchester City Centre within an hour. Normally I like to simply sit in a coffee shop while watching the world go by, but this … Continue reading MOSI: Exploring Manchester’s Industrial Past
The UK is often referred to as one of the most expensive countries to travel in. In part, this is due to currency conversion and whilst currently (thanks Brexit) our currency is weak, you have to spend more of your dollars or euros (or other currency) to get your hands on sterling. What I'll say … Continue reading Travel for Less in the UK
On Tuesday I had a much-awaited catch up in Manchester with my bestest friend in all the world, Caroline (she shall feature heavily in this blog). After much umming and ahhing over where we'd have lunch, we settled on Wahaca at the Corn Exchange. For those of you who don't know, Wahaca are a Mexican … Continue reading Eating Vegan at Wahaca