The following is a guest post. Coco J. Ginger once wrote “When you miss someone… it’s weird… your body doesn’t function normally… as it should”. Missing a place feels exactly the same as missing someone and both are usually very frequently connected. Because I miss England and my people, my heart is bleeding and my […]
The following is a guest post. I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being. – Oscar Wilde
The following is a guest post. For me, and I think many others, January always feels quite bleak, and I find it all too easy to sink into a bit of a funk (the non-stop rain and dreariness we’re getting in England at the moment doesn’t exactly help matters either).
The following is a guest post. If your notion of a castle brings to mind an impenetrable fortress balanced high on a precipice above the sea, with churning waves crashing against its walls and seagulls circling overhead, then Northern Ireland’s Dunluce Castle may be the castle for you.
Manchester is home to some of best food in Britain (Curry, anyone?), the setting for many timeless TV moments and it’s the birthplace of the UK’s musical hall of fame.
The following is a guest post. Newcastle gave birth to the light bulb invented by Joseph Swan (Edison patented a version some years later), the steam train, the windscreen wiper, Lucozade, Greggs bakeries, Mark Knopfler, Sting…and Mr Bean, to name but a few.
The following is a guest post. In this guest post, writer Jessica Sajovie gives her opinion on recent visits to three German Christmas Markets in the UK. It is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all German Christmas Markets available in the U.K. For a list of available markets visit christmasmarkets.com.
I will always associate Edinburgh with Christmas. The capital city of Scotland boasts an impressive history, and the architecture ranges from ancient to avant-garde, which creates an exciting (if sometimes contentious) city environment.
Every country has its own Christmas traditions and folklore, so today I will tell you a little of what makes Wales tick as midwinter approaches and we all hunker down for the festive season.