Fed Up

I’ve been let down by two universities in the last year. The University of the West of England and The Open University! Both unable to cater for someone with mental health disorders. And,… Continue reading

Experimenting With Body Hair

I have a friend that doesn’t shave her legs, she doesn’t need to, her body hair is soft and blonde even though she is a natural brunette. I know girls that remove all… Continue reading

Saving Money and Energy – The Wash Bowl

Buying a wash bowl is a great way to save water!

2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 6,100 times in… Continue reading

What is left in my 2013 to-do-list?

In January 2013  I made a list called: ’10 things I want to do in 2013′. The 1st thing on the list was to ‘use what little French I learned in secondary school’ which… Continue reading

Days Out in Bangkok

There are many things to do in Bangkok so it can be difficult to know where to begin. Knowing a few attractions that are close to each other and not too expensive can… Continue reading

Bruges in Winter…

Below are photos taken in Bruges from Saturday 23rd November to 26th November. Travelled via P&O ferries, Bruges is only a 75 minute drive on easy motorway from Calais – crossing was perfect both… Continue reading

Mercure Brigstow Hotel, Bristol

The Mercure Bristol Brigstow hotel is a 4 star hotel located in Bristol city centre, the hotel is close to the city’s shopping and nightlife as well as Welsh Back waterfront. Elegant cuisine… Continue reading

Cabot Circus Christmas Lights

Bristol German Christmas Market

There are 38 traditional chalets decorated with festive greenery and colourful lights! There is also a Christmas nativity Pyramid, giant advent calendar and beer gardens which together create a festive atmosphere in the… Continue reading