So here’s the thing, I used to not want to go to concerts, festivals or see artists in other countries. I didn’t like the idea of a gig eating into my travel time, my sightseeing time, my limited time to see absolutely everything. Or even worse, a festival over multiple days. Multiple days! A whole weekend, how will I ever see everything?! Perhaps this stemmed from when we used to travel to places within England and Europe for roller derby…

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I’ve been blogging for nearly three months now, (though to be honest it feels like so much longer!) In that time I’ve poured over countless travel blogs and read three copies of Wanderlust magazine cover to cover. The world is full of travel inspiration if you look for it. Every day I have a new idea, a new place I simply must see, a city I have to explore, a country I have to add to my bucket list. It is…

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The cold wintery weather is still present here in England and I’m still dreaming of summer, which is probably why I chose decided on a weekend break in Bournemouth for the #take12trips challenge for February. I wanted to be near the sea and also give myself a bit of challenge to drive the furthest I’d ever driven – a 2 and a half hour trip that was likely to take longer in Friday evening rush hour traffic. As it happens…

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I went to Las Vegas in October last year, mainly to attend Route 91 Harvest Festival. Usually when I’m visiting a place I check how easy it will be to get vegan food – this never puts me off visiting somewhere, but I just like to be prepared. With Vegas though, I actually never bothered doing this, I figured if the worst came to the worst I could just survive on chips (or fries, rather!) for a few days. It…

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This week I finally got round to visiting the House of Minalima. Minalima is the design studio responsible for all the graphic design, artwork and graphic props in the Harry Potter films as well as the more recent Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film. Their free exhibition of all artwork created for the films is on display at their studio in Greek Street in London. It was due to close on February 4th but great news, it’s staying…

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