Tag Archive: budget

Cuba – Valle Viñales

An uneventful and aggressively air conditioned bus journey took us from Havana to the small town of Viñales. It only took four hours (including the obligatory stop at a roadside café/ gift shop… Continue reading

Cuba – Habana 

I arrived at Gatwick very early in the morning, climbed sleepily off the Gatwick Express and waited for my friend Kati to arrive, reflecting that I would rather be literally anywhere else in… Continue reading

23/52 – Borough Market

Hidden just beyond London Bridge is one of London’s true little treasures – Borough Market, possibly the capital’s worst kept secret, is frequented by tourists, locals and pedestrians from far and wide finding… Continue reading

Casual Friday – June/July favourites

Casual Fridays. Everybody loves a casual Friday, right? I certainly do. On casual Fridays we are allowed to wear our own clothes to work which, for me, turns into ‘wear your pajama top… Continue reading

Glitter Easter Eggs!

Glitter! I love glitter so much. Put it on birthday cards, phone cases, jewellery, your face, gifts, stationary, the faces of your loved ones, or basically anywhere that could do with a bit of… Continue reading

Have a delicious Christmas – Part Two: Lazy Days

I know, I know, it’s Christmas and you don’t want to get up off the sofa for anything, in case you get cold, or you get your onesie in a tangle, or in case… Continue reading

Have a Thrifty Christmas – Part Two

Awesome Gifts for under £10 Okay, so if all that stuff yesterday about spray paint and hand making gifts and looking out for sales and getting all your coupons in a twist filled… Continue reading

Have an Organised Christmas!

Have an Organised Christmas! Now doesn’t that sound fun? Doesn’t that sound like just the kind of lazy, eat-everything-you-can-find-and-never-leave-your-duvet festive season you’ve been dreaming of? I mean, probably not, but I’m the kind… Continue reading

5.1 Bangkok, Thailand

Our flight from Tokyo was pretty smooth and after a brief stop in Beijing we were on our way to Bangkok. The flight was quite turbulent, and even though I am not at… Continue reading

4.3 Nagoya

Our hotel in Nagoya is situated just a few blocks away from the centre, and wandering aimlessly in almost any direction will bring you to the neon jungle. On our first evening we… Continue reading

1.8 Could a llama trample me?

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a group of just thirty five adults or seventy children are able to trample a human being to death. This is true of just a small… Continue reading