Weird Fish Macaroni Sweatshirt – 25 Year Anniversary!

Weird Fish are a brand that I really like for a few reasons: their brand was dreamt up during a walk on my beloved Cornish Coastal Path, they make really funny fish-pun based t-shirts and finally (and most importantly) their casual clothes are incredibly comfortable and brilliant for wearing on walks on the beach! Over the last few years at Wild Tide, I’ve written about several of my Weird Fish hoodies and have a small collection of their garments! In…

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Visit to St Ives & Weird Fish Hoody Review

  I’ve got this new zipped Weird Fish Hoody which is the softest item of clothing I’ve ever owned. As I’ve already mentioned, more than once, Weird Fish are kings of the comfy hoody. This is the third one of their hoodies and it’s probably my favourite. It’s got a classic look but what really stands this hoody apart from every other hoody I’ve owned is its lining which is brushed to give it a very, very soft feel. The…

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Skimming Stones and Wearing Weird Fish

  This week I’ve been indulging in the most primitive of coastal pastimes, skimming stones. It’s one of those brilliant activities that everyone and their dad is a professional at. My girlfriend and I went down to a beach on the south coast when the sea was mighty flat and practiced our skills. Everybody has an opinion on the two main skimming elements: Stone choice and throwing technique. I’m definitely of the “get low to the ground and chuck it…

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Man’s Best Friend – Hoodies and My New One from Weird Fish

  They say that a dog is man’s best friend, I think that ‘they’ are wrong – It’s the hoody. I don’t mean the hoodies that hang around shopping centres and David Cameron is so keen to hug, I’m talking about the warm, winter essential. Everyone has one: their long serving, warm, comfy, reliable hoody. They are there for you through everything, times good and times bad. The post winter’s surf warm-up, the long walks on the beach and for…

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Cool Things You Must Do In Riga, Latvia

As Latvia’s capital city, this was such a vibrant place to visit. After the quaint feel of Tallinn, Riga was so cool and exciting, with loads of bars, restaurants, cafes, museums, gothic architecture and so much more.   Naughty Squirrel Hostel Honestly, if you are planning to stay in Riga and want something fun and lively, definitely choose the Naughty Squirrel. One of the coolest hostels we have ever stayed in- drink on arrival, organised pub-crawls, plus all of the…

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