We have had our trip to Harrogate on the cards since early January.
Seeing as the journey was less than two hours in the car and the Travelodge was under £40, we knew that a little trip away would be perfect.
For a few weeks, I’ve been feeling out of the blogosphere (more on that to come in a separate post), but the 24 hours in Harrogate was the perfect chance to be away from social media and enjoy my surroundings.
The trip consisted of delicious food, a lot of laughter, a lack of photos and many wonderful memories made.
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February, it’s nice to finally see you.
January was a crazy month; a trip to London, seeing Aladdin on the West End and starting my new job but I’m so excited for what’s to come in the next 28 days…
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4 hours on a train.
18 dogs (including my beloved dachshund)
7 cups of tea.
61, 330 steps.
London, you are wonderful.
*This post will be very long and very photo heavy with plenty of recommendations!
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Day Three: Wednesday 13th September
Our time in Corfu was quickly coming to an end; we spent day one being lazy round the town while day two was spent in the Old Town.
But for our third and final day, we had a plan set in motion.
For $30, we hopped on a boat which took us to the Blue Lagoon, two swimming places and a little fishing village. Lunch was also included and the day ran from 8am until 7:30pm. We definitely got our money worth.
We woke up at 6:50am to yet another beautiful sunrise before making our way down to the bus stop to be picked up at 8am in order to be taken to the dock in Corfu Old Town.
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On our second day in Corfu, the weather was glorious.
The sun was shining, there was the tiniest bit of rain which calmed the heat down a little bit and I managed to catch a little bit of a tan.
In case you’re new around here, you can read all about day one.
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Oh, Corfu, I think I’ve fallen in love with you.
*that accidentally rhymes*
The Mr and I booked our trip to the gorgeous Greek Island at the beginning of July and ever since, I was looking forward to it.
Greece has always been on my to-see list and I’m so glad that we started with Corfu.
We stayed in Brentanos Apartments in Kaiser Bridge, Perama, Gastouri (25-30 minutes away from the Old Town via bus) which was a lovely and peaceful place.
Kinda forgot to take photos of the interior so that’s my apartment review out of the window.
There are a few things I will say in advance about the apartments:
- The bed’s are rock hard
- You have to walk up quite a steep hill in order to get there
- The outside lights don’t turn off
Continue reading “Corfu Travel Diary: Day One”
The one thing that I really enjoy about my blog is that I get to share my travels with you all. Whether it’s just to another city in the UK or if it’s somewhere abroad.
Travel posts are probably my favourite to read.
You may have already seen my post about our time in Leeds and shortly after leaving, we headed to York which was our main purpose of the entire trip.
Continue reading “York: Travel Diary”
Leeds has never really been on my to-see list.
I follow quite a few bloggers from the area and I always enjoy seeing their photos and blog posts about the city, but I’ve never thought, “ooh, I must go there.”
I’m was actually disappointed by what Leeds had to offer and I never thought I’d say that about anywhere in the UK.
It was all down to a mixture of the crap weather, a slight car crash (nothing major, just an idiot who reversed into us at a red light) and the fact that there wasn’t a great deal to see. Nevertheless, I still wanted to share a few pictures that I took..
The Lake District is a place I’ve always wanted to visit.
It’s just over an hour away from where I live, so when Mike had some holidays to use up, we decided to book a last minute trip to Kendal, Windermere, Bowness-on-Windermere and Ambleside.
We were for two days and I took a ridiculous amount of pictures so I’ve (somehow) narrowed it down to my favourites to share with you.
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When I was in high school, I decided to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh award which consisted of a lot of walking, pretending I knew how to read a map, carrying a stupid amount of things in a rucksack on my bag and camping.
I told myself that camping just wasn’t for me.
But maybe I’ve experienced it wrong?
When The Camping & Caravanning Club got in touch about places to camp in the North West, I thought it was a great idea because there are so many beautiful places right on my doorstep (well, not exactly, but you know what I mean) and I thought I could share the top three places with you.
The Mr has some time off in a week so we may even visit a few ourselves.
Grab your friends, go buy a tent, roast marshmallows and enjoy! Continue reading “Camping in the North West with The Camping & Caravanning Club”