... that aren't the Sagrada Familia, or the beach. It generally goes without saying that those are two places everybody will visit during a trip to this Spanish city – they're the most postcard-documented spots, each accessible to wheelchair users as well as those on foot, and rife with souvenir stop-offs and photo opportunities. But … Continue reading 5 Places You Should Go in Barcelona
Updated 25/08/18 Spain is not a country I would generally associate with plentiful vegan options. Much like France, Spain is a place that makes me think of rich meats and mature cheeses, an abundance of fine cuisine - but not a lot that has been produced without an animal's input somewhere along the way. Turns … Continue reading Great Vegan Restaurants in Barcelona.
Two things that are underrated: coaches, and staycations. Staycations because when you live somewhere as small and as ordinarily rainy as the UK, going elsewhere in the same country never seems as exciting or adventurous as going abroad. And coaches, because normal buses are rubbish and coaches are just like buses, aren't they? Well, sort … Continue reading A Coach Trip to Cambridge
Let's talk UK & Eire some more. If there's one thing pub quizzes have made me realise, it's that I'm much more familiar with places on the other side of the world than I am with the country I actually live in. I can tell you ten ways to have fun in Da Nang, Vietnam, … Continue reading 7 Weird and Wonderful Places for a UK Getaway
Aside from my gigantic post about the many vegan dining options in Norwich, I haven't really written about the place I actually live. This is partly because when I first started this blog a couple of years ago, it was mostly just read by my friends and family - many of whom live in, or … Continue reading Summer Days on the Norfolk Broads