My name’s Lloyd and I have a confession… I’ve got a major sweet tooth that just won’t quit! And I know I say problem but honestly, its not something that I feel the need to change. Chocolate is my kryptonite but in the absence of chocolate, I’ll take anything else that’s available! You might remember … Continue Reading

Covent Garden is one of the best areas in London that seems to attract lots of visitors and Londoners alike! That being said, it’s easy to see why… especially with all the yummy restaurants, alleys to explore and the best things to do in Covent Garden.  Honestly, if it’s your first time in London and … Continue Reading

Sometimes, when you’re caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the madness of the city that is London, it’s so easy to forget how beautiful and magnificent it is! Sometimes, it takes having to show visitors around to remind you of that. In truth, most times, I love London (it is … Continue Reading

After spending a good six years studying in Fife, I’ve come to call this area of Scotland my second home. I mean, who wouldn’t? Unlike the vast mountain ranges of the Scottish Highlands, Fife is much more easterly meaning a little less rain and a lot more of those gorgeous rolling hills. Now, over my … Continue Reading

Perched in the north of England, Newcastle is a city that’s well worth a visit, especially for all the history and experiences you can have here. After four visits, I’ve realised that it can actually be hard to whittle down a manageable list of the best things to do in Newcastle, especially if it’s your … Continue Reading

A photo diary from our New Year’s Eve celebrations plus a sneak peak into my new flat! Been meaning to put these up a few days ago but didn’t quite get round to it till now. Better late than never I say! I also promise to do a more detailed post on the new flat! … Continue Reading

Wales is one totally stunning country to explore, with a huge heap of beautiful spots to see across the country. That being said, it’s sometimes overlooked when exploring Great Britain in light of its bigger sisters, England and Scotland. Honestly, there’s a huge amount of the best places in South Wales that are dotted right … Continue Reading

Perched in East Anglia, Norwich is one of the totally gorgeous and historic cities in England to visit. The city is well over 1,000 years old and there’s a heap of the best things to do in Norwich that are nestled all across the city limits. This is exactly why I love it, there’s just … Continue Reading

After spending the day on Farne Island the day before, we decided to start our day nice and chilled by visiting the Holy Island of Lindisfarne.  Now, when you’re visiting the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, you have to pay special attention to tides. This is something that certain visitors have learned to their peril! You … Continue Reading

Camden is easily up there as one of the best areas in London you have to explore when you visit our city. After all, it’s so different from many of the other spots in London. This is especially true because of the culture, vibe and all the best things to do in Camden that are … Continue Reading

London is one of the most exciting cities in the world – I know I could be accused of being biased here but I genuinely think know so! Having lived in London for a few years and hence gotten the opportunity to take in a whole range of experiences in London (on a wide range … Continue Reading

The UK has an amazing coastline to explore! There are loads of little villages, gorgeous bays and dramatic cliffs that make for some of the best seaside holidays in the UK. Sometimes, it’s easy to think that we Brits have a raw deal when it comes to seaside spots. It’s true, we don’t have the … Continue Reading

Even before you arrive at Amberley Castle, you’ll already find yourself having to pick your jaw off the flaw in awe of where you’d be calling home for the next few days. Amberley Castle is one of those places that’s an instant “Yes!” when you think of special places to stay in England. It’s got … Continue Reading

There’s genuinely no better way to explore the UK than on a road trip across the UK. A road trip is by far the best way to get an authentic taste of British life as you get to see (and do) so much more than you would if you explore the country any other way. … Continue Reading