Copenhagen

On the evening before we travelled to Copenhagen I’d received some joyous news; I found out that I had been offered a new job, and with it came a release of stress that had been building for some months. During this time I’d barely written a thing. The weight of discontent at my situation had... Continue Reading →

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Kos

Anyone who has stopped by this blog before will know that one of my greatest passions in life is walking, and the idea of a full walking holiday with lengthy hikes through the British countryside, much like had in Dorset and Devon last year, is a prospect that I would relish. Sometimes however, there is... Continue Reading →

The Flying Scotsman

What could be more quintessentially British than a trip through the rolling hills of Yorkshire and Cumbria on the most famous British steam train ever built? That steam train departing an hour late, of course. With the Flying Scotsman being attached to thirteen coaches rather than the required nine, confusion ensued at York station from... Continue Reading →

Paris – Part Three

Unsurprisingly, we awoke a little later on the morning following our engagement celebrations. With changeable weather forecast again, we put off plans to visit Disneyland until the following day and instead headed to Sainte Chappelle, a royal chapel in the Île de la Cité, near to Notre Dame. Sometimes I walk into a religious building... Continue Reading →

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