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You’d be forgiven for not having heard of Brixham. I hadn’t until earlier this year when I began researching seaside towns and villages on the South Coast. Brixham, along with Paignton, Babbacombe and Torquay, form what’s know as the English Riviera. I know right, who knew we had a Riviera in England?! Well we do, and Brixham, Devon is part of it. Earlier this year on our week long stay-cation in Devon, we took a day trip to the charming…

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Recently I’ve been watching Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father on Netflix, if you don’t already watch it, you should definitely check it out as it’s both hilarious and cringe-worthy in equal measures. Thankfully my Dad is nothing like Jack Whitehall’s father and is the reason for both my wanderlust and the fact that I have seen so much of this wonderful world we live in. Watching the Travels With My Father on Netflix, however, got me thinking about some…

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Yesterday I sat on a bench in the middle of Covent Garden, the sun streaming onto the pavement and lighting up the ornamental flower boxes, people walking by like any other day. I took a deep breath and pressed play on ‘Dear Hate‘. And I cried. I cried my eyes out. I cried for all the victims of the senseless terrorism in Las Vegas, the people who never get to go home to their families and loved ones again. “Dear…

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This summer I finally got to have a week-long cottage holiday on the South Coast of England and it was everything I hoped it would be! We stayed in Pigwigs Place, a holiday cottage in South Devon and it took me back to when I was little and my mum and dad took myself and my brother on a cottage holiday in the New Forest. One of the main reasons I wanted to pass my driving test was to open…

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So it’s September, I’m not quite sure how the year (and Summer!) has gone so fast but that means the end of those warm rainy British summertime nights and the beginning of Autumn – pumpkin flavoured everything, leaves falling from trees, cozy jumpers and HALLOWEEN! I do admit that I’m not the biggest fan of Halloween. Christmas I am all over but Halloween doesn’t fill me with joy, mostly because I am a big ol’ scaredy cat who won’t watch…

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