It’s finally arrived – renowned British Artist, Banksy has launched his awesome new theme park – which we are all invited to visit! As you will probably have guessed – I love Banksy’s thought provoking art! I even visited Bristol last month to undertake my very own “Banksy Tour” of the city. Over the last … Continue Reading

Remember how I said on St Agnes Island, there’s a second island attached to it via a beach (which is actually officially called a ‘Tombolo’). Well, that island is called Gugh and so after lunch at the Turk’s head, we made our way straight for Gugh… but instead got distracted by the beach and decided to … Continue Reading

*Update: The iTunes Festival has now stopped but you can still enjoy the Roundhouse in Camden with all the other music events they host. There is always something fun and exciting to do in London – with this year being of no exception! From; festivals, gigs, delicious food and world-class historical sites, London has it … Continue Reading

After a rather cloudy but ridiculously beautiful day in Tresco, the sun upped its game the next day and we headed off to go explore another island we’d wanted to for a while – St Agnes! This meant sailing past an old favourite – Bryher… …with Lloyd pretending (to himself mostly) that he was the … Continue Reading

I found out about this place a couple of weeks ago and I can’t seem to get it out of my head! Rightfully so as it’s a rather interesting concept and nice spin on an old favourite. What is it? Hotel Gotham in Manchester. It is exactly what it sounds like. A hotel themed on the … Continue Reading

There’s definitely something about in the air when you’re by the seaside that leaves you absolutely knackered by the end of the day. It may also be in part due to the fact that everything is so picturesque (and the weather is so amazing) that you end up spending every minute exploring the length and … 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

Seeing as we’d both skipped breakfast earlier in the day, due to a ridiculous lack of planning on both our parts, lunch time at the Fraggle Rock bar was most certainly a much anticipated affair! It took me all of two seconds to decide what to have – fish and chips all round and a … Continue Reading

The very next morning, we got up bright and early and set off on a trip to the island of Bryher (which, by the way, is right next to Tresco island). Okay, I’m being liberal with the truth here – I did not get up ‘bright and early’. I’m not a fan of waiting around … Continue Reading

One of the best things about all the amazing areas in London is how diverse each of their foodie scenes is. You see, neighbourhoods like; Covent Garden, Whitechapel and Kings Cross all have their fair share of amazing restaurants, with Notting Hill being no exception. Now, in my opinion, there are a heap of the … Continue Reading

Our trip to the Isles of Scilly was one that has been long-awaited! Earlier this year, I said to Lloyd how much I wanted to see more of the UK and Ireland. Case in point – living in Edinburgh a while back, I had taken it for granted and it was only after a long stint … 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

I slept very well on Saturday night in lovely Bristol. Between the amazing meal from the night before and the brilliant hotel, I pretty much conked out as soon as I hit the hotel room. There’s just something fantastic about getting a good night’s sleep that’s irreplaceable. Sunday morning had arrived and that meant returning … Continue Reading

Burgers well and truly demolished (and satisfyingly so) I figured it was time to pack in as much of the harbour festival as was left of it for the day before heading back to the hotel for a bit of pool time pre-dinner. Everyone was having such a glorious time and I was in high … Continue Reading