Since the weekend we spent in Tuscany on our honeymoon, we’ve both been using an app called DuoLingo to learn basic Italian. (By ‘we’ I mean me and my new husband, a term that still makes me feel like I’m a child playing an imaginary game of mummies and daddies). A dream is forming inContinue reading “I think my Italian language app is hiding a dark truth”
I made a video of the first few days of our trip. I intended to do the whole thing but this free software is not the best. Anyway, enjoy 🙂 https://www.wevideo.com/embed/#775817101
That’s the thing about Vegas. It’s hard to tell what’s real and what’s not.
I meant to write this post before we went on our U.S trip. I was inspired when we were shopping for holiday stuff in Millets. It is a very inspiring place.
We should have known it was a dangerous mix: Matt’s best man-to-be and a packet of felt tips.
Don’t fall into the trap of thinking the girl behind the counter in Taco Bell actually gives a shit about how you are.
I’m writing this post 30,000 ft above the snowy wastelands of Greenland.
Kicking off the first of what I hope will be many contributions to my new ‘Home Towns’ project, guest-poster Alison Rolle reveals there’s more to Bavaria than beer (but you’ll still find lots of it!)
I do intend to write a ‘proper’ visitor’s guide to Eastbourne at some point but for now here’s a personal piece about why I’m proud to call Eastbourne my home
No one likes imperial measurements, some of us don’t even like metric. Word has it the new unit on the block is the blue whale. As you’ll know if you’ve read my two previous posts, I was made redundant this week so I’ve got a little extra time on my hands. This is why I’veContinue reading “How to measure the world in blue whales”