There is something quite special about the suffolk countryside, even if it is raining. Although Suffolk isn’t yet in as tight restrictions as alot of England, the best way to enjoy Suffolk is by exploring Suffolk. Whether that is coastal walks in Aldeburgh or Southwold, stocking up on food at the Suffolk food hall (and … Continue reading Suffolk Spots To Explore This Autumn
Wednesday 19th February brought us Knock-Out Champions League football to North London, as Tottenham Hotspur hosted RB Leipzig. A match that Spurs were arguably the favourites from the moment the draw was done in December, but RB Leipzig should not be underestimated, as they sit second in the Bundesliga. As predicted, RB Leipzig shouldn’t be … Continue reading Tottenham Hotspur V. RB Leipzig – How Much Does It Cost to Attend a Champions League Match?
Oh January, why do you have to last 439 days instead of the normal 30/31 days or 28/29 if you are February. January may have been a long month, but there have been some moments that have been pretty incredible. With both your parents (2 days apart) birthdays in January, and a month off of … Continue reading My Month in Photographs: January.
One of my favourite things to do in December, is visit a Christmas Market (or two, maybe three). This year, it was all about exploring the Christmas markets of Paris, until the French decided to go on a general strike and our Eurostar got cancelled. So Paris was exchanged for a day trip to Norwich. … Continue reading Christmas in Norwich
I have always loved London, and living just an hour and half by train from what some argue as 'the greatest city in the world', one can sometimes forget it is basically on my door stop compared to others. London for me has always been for day trips; whether that is a museum visit, to … Continue reading 24 HOURS IN LONDON