“I have seen some beautiful things, made some wonderful friends and returned with a treasure chest of memories for a life time.”
“A brilliantly crafted and heartbreakingly spell-binding take on the fateful events that took place from May – June 1940”
Grand slam tennis with a bit of sight-seeing thrown in: a city break in the City of Lights.
WARNING: SPOIILERS AHEAD
My take on the long-awaited return of my favourite television duo, the Gilmore Girls.
Part 2 of my American Adventures series covering the Sunshine State, Florida. Warning: this article includes endless enthusiasm for the Harry Potter series.
A brief (sort of) summary of the first half of my October adventures in the United States, covering “the greatest city in the world”: New York City.
Thoughts and reflections on my short trip to Berlin at Easter.
On a dark day in 2010 the coalition government announced a nearly £6000 hike in tuition fees for undergraduate students. The decision caused thousands of students to take to the streets in protest but with little success. Five years on and I am one of those affected students. I might not see the £9000 loan…
*SPOILER WARNING* In all honesty I started writing this post a few days ago simply because I felt like writing about a television series that is very close to my heart. I’d planned a nostalgic piece about a show long off the air and yet still unbelievably important to many fans. I feel its important…