Garden Update

Garden Update

I didn’t imagine that in late October I’m going to make a garden update. A few months ago I shared pictures with my newly refurbished garden. Now many of the flowers are still in bloom, while the passiflora got much bigger. We still have lots of bees flying into our garden. I just love it. […]

Vegan Kind Beauty Box

Vegan Kind Beauty Box

Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the Vegan Kind Beauty Box, as I already blogged about the lifestyle box a couple of days ago. You can get yours from thevegankind if you want to. Prices for a box start at £18 + P&P for the most expensive subscription, the bi-monthly one. I was delighted with […]

Vegan Kind Lifestyle Box

Vegan Kind Lifestyle Box

In the last couple of months I’ve been shopping from the Vegan Kind Supermarket. As I received a discount for their subscription boxes along with one of my orders, I’ve decided to try a month or two. Today I’m sharing my thoughts on the Vegan Kind Lifestyle Box. Next week I will talk about the […]

Toast Ale

Toast Ale

I mentioned Toast Ale on my blog before, in a round-up, but today I’m going to talk only about them. If you want to know more, check their website. My readers know that I disclose any collaborations I have, but I feel the need to emphasise that this is not a collaboration. I purchased the […]

Down at the Hatch - mushrooms

Down at the Hatch

My husband and I went to Down at the Hatch twice last week. First time we wanted to have a chat without any distractions. We both loved it so much that we went again, for a date night. Down at the Hatch is a vegetarian junk food bar&restaurant. All of their food can be made […]

Highlights from Bucharest

Highlights from Bucharest

In July I shared details on where I grew up. The post was popular with my readers and it was lovely to make. So, today I’m sharing Highlights from Bucharest, a city I lived in for years, before moving to UK. I shared previously two posts from Bucharest, from the park Herastrau and Comana Monastery. […]

Wild wings

September 2020

A few things happened in September and the most important one was that Festus turned 11! Also, I started my second year at Oxford, which is exciting and scary at the same time, as I have two essays to write by mid-November. I’m part time and still working, so time is limited. I had a […]

Lytham Hall

Lytham Hall was the last place I’ve been to for Heritage Open Days this year. I shared lots of pictures, so please enjoy. The burger we had for lunch was vegan, which was awesome. You might also like National Trust Museum of Childhood Great Budworth Roman Baths Museums in Hartlepool Chatterley Whitfield Colliery Tour. Pictures […]

Morecambe

Morecambe

Last weekend we went to Morecambe. It was a lovely day, sunny and great for walking on the beach. It was also very interesting to see the Morecambe Winter Gardens, an old theatre which fights for its survival. Isn’t this a gorgeous view? This is the outside of the Morecambe Winter Gardens. It was open […]