• What and Where To Eat & Drink in Amsterdam

    What and Where To Eat & Drink in Amsterdam

      This half term we made our way to Amsterdam; I’ve already written about what to do there but we ate and drank so brilliantly that I just had to write a piece just about it. The Dutch aren’t world renowned for their own food and you wont find Dutch restaurants on your local high street, however they are very open people who have a history with lots of other cultures, this means there is some awesome world food in…

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    Weird Fish Winter Accessories Beanie, Scarf and Gloves Review

    Weird Fish Winter Accessories Beanie, Scarf and Gloves Review

      The nights have drawn in, it’s rainy and cold outside and you’ve turned the heating on inside – winter is officially here. What better time than the start of the cold season to invest in some new winter accessories. Weird Fish – makers of comfortable, casual clothing for men and women have recently brought out a new range of winter warmers for men and women some of which we will be reviewing in this piece.     Weird Fish…

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    Cool Things You Must Do in Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Cool Things You Must Do in Amsterdam, Netherlands

    During October half term, we explored another fantastic European city – Amsterdam. This city is the capital of the Netherlands and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its gorgeous architecture and canals. It is world renowned for its artistic heritage, immense canal system and narrow houses with gabled roofs.   Wander The Canals Amsterdam is often referred to as the “Venice of the North” due to its large number of canals which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.…

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    Celebrating Halloween In Ireland

    Celebrating Halloween In Ireland

    Ireland is known for its colourful and fascinating folklore, which defines a big part of local culture and practices. Passed down through oral traditions, mythical creatures like the selkies, the stories of the Giant’s Causeway, and the reign of the sun gods still survive to this day. These are especially apparent during particular times of the year, like Halloween, which traces its roots back to Irish traditions. So without further ado, let’s take a closer look at Halloween’s forgotten beginnings…

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    A Camping Trip to Corfe Castle in Dorset

    A Camping Trip to Corfe Castle in Dorset

    At the very end of the summer we took a camping trip up to Dorset which is a place I’ve visited a few times but certainly haven’t explored thoroughly yet. We were looking at where to stay and ended up going for the Corfe Castle Camping And Caravanning Club Site. It’s in an area of Dorset that has lots and lots to do as well as being part of the excellent Camping and…

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