A long, long time ago – pre-Corona, my friend Lizzy and I decided to book Harry Potter and the Cursed Child for her 30th birthday celebration.Continue reading “A Long Weekend in London”
Eating out can be a bit of a chore when you have allergies or intolerances.
Luckily for me, their are multiple places to choose from in London that cater for gluten free – and actually understand the dangers of cross contamination (and the fact that boiling water doesn’t kill off gluten!)
There are a few 100% completely gluten free restaurants and cafes dotted around including:
This month’s travel linkup topic is Home.
It got me thinking as to what makes a place feel like home to me.
Although a lot of people have connections with the physical place, home to me has more to do with the people and the sense of belonging you get.
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.
2 weeks ago I started noticing my finger swelling up.
I went to the doctor who gave me some antibiotics and said see how it goes.
As you can see, my finger swelled up to about the size of a balloon.