Getting a grey and rainy day while on holiday is always disappointing. Sometimes, however, with grey skies come rainbows – one of nature’s most magical spectacles.
After four years of living in England there remains one element of English life and culture that I still find somewhat baffling – tea.
“This is a smoke-free environment” the sign says as we enter St.George’s Market on our first Saturday in Belfast.
There are few visitor attractions that I can recommend more enthusiastically than the Eden Project. I would visit it everyday if I could
One of the last things that I’m thinking about on a cold and rainy day like this is a garden, but that is just what I’ve been doing thanks to Friday photos.
There are few things that can get me out of bed before 8am on the weekend. Generally it’s a flight to somewhere new and exciting, but on two weekends in the last month it was a trip into North Wales to float down the River Dee.
My mother and I headed up Oxford Street for a bit of shopping, stopping everywhere that caught our fancy, weaving our way through the throngs of Londoners and tourists that had taken to the streets on the sunny Saturday morning.
I know, I know, surely it can’t be possible. England is cold and rainy all the time. I’ve certainly complained about that fact my fair share (see here, and here for evidence).
Well hello there! Remember me? I’ve been MIA for a while but I’m back and ready for a whole month of festive fun!
Happy birthday to #FriFotos, who have been bringing us photo goodness for two whole years now. In honour of this momentous occasion todays theme is two, a rather more general theme than we are usually graced with.