Even though I came back from Florida almost six months ago, I’m still slowly working my way through all of the posts that I’ve got planned. Today I thought I would review the resort we stayed in, as there’s so many different ones both in Disneyworld and outside so maybe this could help somebody who is looking to book a Disneyworld holiday to make a decision. As I’d never been to Disneyworld before, I had no idea about any of the resorts and hotels and the pricing, so I just went along with what I was told was good. Unfortunately, I was a bit of an idiot and hardly took any photos of the resort so I have Kariss to thank for most of the images in this post, at least she was organised!
The British summer is a somewhat unpredictable thing, as most of us have learned the hard way at a wedding or picnic. Just when you think the sun is finally here, it seems that has already gone and you’re left with clouds, showers and a slightly chilly breeze. But this doesn’t mean that British gardens can’t be a thing of beauty, in fact, it can actually mean the opposite. The relatively high amount of rainfall that Britain, and particularly the north, receives all year round makes it the ideal place to create a lush, green garden. Follow these five tips and make your garden a truly special place to spend time this summer. View Post
In 30 months time I will turn 30. 30 years old. That’s pretty scary and it’s got me thinking – what have I achieved in those 30 (well, 27.5) years? I’ve done a few things in my life that I’m proud of; I managed to get myself a degree in Archaeology, I passed my driving test and I’ve made somewhat of a success out of this blog. Despite this, there are quite a few more things that I would like to achieve and/or experience before I turn the dreaded 30, so I’ve compiled a list and I’m hoping to be able to cross everything off by the time October 5th 2019 rolls around.