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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Wales is known for having some of the best beaches in the UK, although not exactly great swimming beaches so naturally during my time in this land I had to venture to the coast. Within 3 hours of Cardiff lies a historic and rather idyllic little town that my eye rested on and so I […]

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The other week before melting marshmallows under the oven grill, my friend Renee and I finished off four of these wraps, hold the corn salad. You see, she is on a very strict diet meaning no fruits, grains or corn. And a night in meant thinking outside the box, when the taco idea came to […]

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With the journey to Cardiff only being two hours from London by train it really was a seamless connection to the impressively vibrant Welsh capital that I found once I embarked from the train. A Friday evening in Cardiff was alive with bars of people spilling onto the streets enjoying an unwind after a week of work […]

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Last year, when I ended up admitted to hospital; I laid in my hospital bed and convinced myself that my brother’s texts and the resulting support via technology was enough to prove that while people may be far away physically, they really are never far emotionally. You can feel a sense of love and support from those […]

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My last evening of May was rather delightful with dinner in Covent Garden and then wandering to St Paul’s and then onto coffee outside the Globe Theatre. Yes a Saturday full of relaxation and light next to the Thames. So after I had collated what I thought were the best images of my month I […]

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