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I have a confession. I’m not a competitive person. At all. And yes I played competitive roller derby for six years. I get competitive in a team situation as I want the team to succeed but individually? Nah. I’d much rather figure out the competitive people and then ask them on a regular basis how much they enjoy losing(!) So with this in mind, I found myself finally going to Junkyard Golf in Old Truman Brewery safe in the knowledge…

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“Everything from now on is Terezin concentration camp”, our guide says loudly. I look out the window of our coach. It is weird, it doesn’t look like a concentation camp, or at least not what I imagine from photos. There is no grim metal sign emblazoned with ‘Arbeit Macht Frei’ or grey, bleak buildings. No, to all intents and purposes it looks like a town, a small relatively colourful town with no inhabitants but a town nonetheless, with buildings and…

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This week, on April 12th 2017 was the official date of the Disneyland Paris 25th Anniversary! To a Disney fan like me that’s exciting! I may have watched the entire celebration ceremony and vowed to visit this year to experience the celebrations… No one does celebrations better than Disney. I missed the Diamond 60th Anniversary celebrations in Disneyland Park (Anaheim, CA) last year by three weeks but the up side was I got to experience the wonder of Disney at…

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This weekend The London Coffee Festival is in town. As a fully paid up member of the ‘I drink coffee like Lorelai Gilmore’ club, this is right up my street and whether you enjoy coffee with your oxygen (ok I’ll stop with the Gilmore Girls references now) or once a week on a lazy Sunday morning, there is something for everyone.   It’s not just coffee! Though it is a Coffee Festival with an emphasis on the beans we know and…

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I think I’m falling out of love with London. Maybe it’s the gloom and dreariness of the winter months, when my heart longs for sunshine and the sound of waves hitting a sandy beach. Maybe I’m just sick of the millions of people on the tube every day jostling as if their journey is more important than anyone else’s. But every now and again I am greeted with reminders of why London is pretty great, from something as simple as…

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