In August, I took a trip to Dorset's Jurassic Coast with my friend Siobhan. On this trip I encountered some of the most beautiful scenery I've seen - some of it even came close to Norway's standards, and that really is saying something! Siobhan and I set off from our home town on the train … Continue reading Falling In Love With Dorset’s Jurassic Coast
Ages ago, my Mum started going on about this Hot Air Balloon Festival in Eastbourne, East Sussex. At the time it was far too soon to start projecting into the future and decide whether I would be free to go to it, so I neither accepted nor rejected her invite to go. She got tickets … Continue reading Where Did All The Hot Air Balloons Go?
Not long ago, I fell in love with France after visiting Berck-sur-Mer with my school. As soon as I saw the beautiful rolling hills and cute little villages on our drive down from Calais, I decided that I would return and explore this stunning country even further. Little did I know that this opportunity would … Continue reading A Tasty French Adventure
I always say how lucky I am to have my job, not only because I love it, but because it takes me to places I would never have visited otherwise. Up until my school trip to Berck-sur-Mer in France, I'd only ever travelled to other places in England through work, so I was super excited … Continue reading A School Trip To Berck-sur-Mer, France
Despite only being a ten minute drive from home, Appledore in Kent is somewhere I rarely go. I guess it's easy to forget about it when I'm surrounded by so many interesting towns and cities within driving distance, but this half term, I finally revisited this quaint little village with my friend Dayne. The idea … Continue reading Following Footpaths In Appledore
Sometimes in life, everything gets a bit too stressful and you start turning into an insane person... Well, that's what happened to me at the end of last month. Luckily, I had a lovely, supportive friend to turn to, Siobhan, and between ranting, raving, and jumping to many ridiculous conclusions about life, we came up … Continue reading Taking A Break In Bognor Regis
I live in a small town called Rye. It's practically a village. It's very pretty and has a lot of history, but with anywhere you've lived for almost thirty years, it gets a bit stale after a while. Rye suffers from a problem that many of you city slickers will be shocked by - its … Continue reading It’s Too Expensive To Travel In My Own Country…