The great thing about long-ish haul flights is the chance to binge-watch TV shows or movies you might never get around to watching on terra firma. I first encountered Obit. this Summer, at the tail-end of a flight from San Francisco to the UK and, as luck would have it, I was recently able to watch the rest of it en route from Washington DC to New York. Continue reading
Hello. How have you been these past…um…seven months? The last time we spoke I promised the remainder of Mum’s and my trip to Bath and as the next week came and went, the days and months snowballed and now here we are at the end of the year.
Bath Abbey has had its fair share of facelifts, withstanding two World Wars, the city’s fluctuating wealth and even religious reform to remain a centre for Christian worship for no less than a thousand years.
Mum’s visited me in London quite a few times and we’ve always stuck pretty rigidly to exploring the capital. This time, for a wee change, we decided to hit the road to see what Bath had to offer. (Be sure to check back later in the week to find out how we made the most of our flying visit.)
These flour-free pancakes have been a breakfast favourite of mine for a long time. They are so easy to make and taste delicious. They’re even low in fat (whaaaaaaaat?!) If you fancy making a batch of your own you’ll only need a few ingredients.
What better way to spend a day than with a picnic under a cherry tree, admiring the blossoms overhead and, preferably, sipping on something bubbly? Well, at the end of April that’s exactly what I did, (exchanging the bubbles for coffee,) as I hit the motorway, Faversham-bound, for the Hanami Festival at Brogdale Orchards.