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December Roundup

This is the last roundup of the year. I imagine most of you are busy with preparations for NYE and I was thinking of skipping this post today, but, in the end, I’ve had some time and wanted to share what I did this month. These roundups also offer me the chance to look back […]

Royal recipes

Goals for 2018. How I did

This is an update of my Goals for 2018 and how I did. I can’t say I’ve completed them, but I’m not bothered at all. Blogging goals 1. Pub reviews, every other month. Only 5, but mainly because I didn’t blog about all the pubs I’ve been to. Sally Lunn’s is not exactly a pub, […]

Christmas 2018

On the 27th I usually talk about my Christmas. This year I’m going to share lots of pictures with the dog. We’ve started our day as usual, after the dog had his morning walk, by taking family pictures near the tree with our new Christmas jumpers. This year we’ve discovered some jumpers with an added […]

Vitamin E Intense Moisture Cream. The Body Shop

Vitamin E Intense Moisture Cream

I bought this Vitamin E Intense Moisture Cream from the Body Shop on Black Friday and I like it so much that I said I should talk about it on my blog. Last year I’ve blogged about their Vitamin E Moisture Cream. I’ve used that one on and off for over one year. I like […]

Bibury. Arlington Row


Bibury is a village in Gloucestershire, a few miles from Cirencester. It is a very old village, the first mention of it appearing in Domesday Book (1086). The village is small, having only 40 houses and two hotels. Bibury is very popular with Japanese tourists and we’ve seen a big group and also a family […]

Everyman at Metquarter. Screen 3

Everyman Cinema at Metquarter

Today is a special day at Metquarter as Everyman Cinema opens its doors to the public. In the last two days I’ve been to Everyman Cinema twice, once to see a movie and yesterday for the VIP launch party. I’m going start talking about the party and after that about the cinema experience. This is […]

SS Great Britain

SS Great Britain

SS Great Britain is one of the most important museums in Bristol. If you are a bit interested in Victorian engineering, you’ve surely heard about Isambard Kingdom Brunel. He designed the gorgeous Clifton Suspension Bridge, now a landmark of Bristol, that is still in use. SS Great Britain played a part in shaping the world […]

No 1 Royal Crescent

No 1 Royal Crescent

No 1 Royal Crescent is one of the best known museums in Bath. It’s one of the houses built in the Georgian era for the ones who would come to visit Bath, for the waters. The No 1 Royal Crescent was built after a design made by John Wood the Younger, using Bath stone. All […]

Blaise Castle House Museum

Blaise Castle House Museum

Blaise Castle House Museum is a museum housed in a 18th century mansion, set in 400 acres of parkland. There are a few very different collections at the museum, so it’s worth a visit. It is a lovely museum in a gorgeous location. The park is beautiful, there is a woodland walk, a castle we […]