If you can picture London, and we’re sure you can, then you probably have an overwhelming sense of, ‘oh my, that place is huge’. And it really is. So how, then, do you go about packing enough into a trip to really get a sense of what the city is all about? What’s worth your
Dear Max, You started school last week so I just wanted to write down a little about it and how it all went. Chloe is having a little nap so I’m writing this in the house. it is far too quiet after a busy and noisy summer with you and your sister at home. I
With the recent St. George’s day, it has got me thinking about what it means to be British. Well, I suppose I mean English, but who’s counting? There are just some things that are just typically British and sometimes, can be hard to explain to outsiders. I’m always reminded of a few of those things
Any rugby fans in the house? We are pretty big Rugby fans so are rather excited for the upcoming Rugby World Cup! The hubs and his friends all tend to slightly prefer rugby to football so the matches are a big event in our house, with people round and lots of good food. How great
Some of you probably know that I’m a northerner, born and raised, but am now living daaaan saaaaafff as I married a southerner and he currently works in London. So when he asked me if we wanted to go to Leeds a few days ago, I of course was well up for a road trip.
One thing about being typically British is talking about the weather. Even when I try not to say something, I just find myself doing it. To the lady at the checkouts, person at the bank, people on the phone. I just can’t help myself. One other thing about living in Britain, and one thing that