On Thursday I caught up with my Australian mate Nathan.
On Tuesday, a friend and I headed down to the English coastal town of Brighton.
Brighton has got to be one of the most visited tourist beach destinations in the Summer – luckily we went at the beginning of March so it wasn’t all that busy.
The seaside resort town became more popular during the 1700s as some bloke decided to push the idea of drinking and bathing in seawater as a general remedy to illness.
Brace yourself for a massively long post…
Northern Ireland, especially the Coastal Causeway Route, is one of the most outstandingly beautiful places on earth (in my humble opinion).
Our driving expedition started in Belfast where we made our way to Londonderry via the Coastal Causeway Route.
Continue reading “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – The Coastal Causeway Route”
Today I finally ventured into the world of London markets.
Camden Markets are huge! The Adelaide Central Market ain’t got nothin’ on this baby!
One of the most important dates in world history is 11 November.
At the eleventh hour, on the eleventh day of the eleventh month the official ceasefire of the First World War was declared.
The day is known by different names throughout the world – Veterans Day in America, Armistice Day in France, Belgium and New Zealand, and Remembrance Day in most Commonwealth countries.
Last week I was up in Lancaster for a training course for work, and as I had not yet been away from London I thought I would stay up north for a weekend and see what country life is like 🙂