Bath Christmas Market

Sophie, my number one home dawg, goes to Bath University, so we planned a little squad trip to visit her, and check out the famous Bath Christmas Market at the same time. The market, which has been running since 2000, is one of the largest in the UK. Reams and reams of little sheds are…

Is This the Way to Amarillo? (Parody)

Going travelling around Europe and having nothing to show for it except a load of photos and a slightly higher appreciation of culture? Nope, we couldn’t resist but make a video on our little holiday, and here it is. We made it as a parody to Peter Kay’s 2005 music video for Tony Christie’s song Is…

Interrail Trip 2016 – Athens, Greece

Our final destination was Athens. I was originally not going to document this part of the trip as… what Athens in Greece stays in Greece! Hahaha, I’m so funny. Right let’s get on. We were staying at Pagration Youth Hostel, just a short journey from the city. It was an odd place, as there were…

Interrail Trip 2016 – Budapest, Hungary

So the next location in our world-wide expedition, was Budapest. We actually arrived at this one at a sensible hour of the day, so no rough airport camping for us #winning. We caught the metro from the airport to Budapest town and then arrived at our hostel (Google Maps was a little more accurate this…

Interrail Trip 2016 – Venice, Italy

With the conclusion of our exhausting A-Level exams, my friends and I were left to enjoy a sprawling, three-month summer holiday. We had all decided to skip gap years (because realistically what would I do with my time?) and start university in September. So in the interim, we thought we ought to make ourselves more…

Some Hipster Place

Its Easter. Sweet, that means lots of lovely chocolate and church services and tweeting birds and stuff. Also, it means holidays, so I went out with me friends to have coffee in some hipster cafe (reminiscent of a filthy drug den). That’s your update over.

Some Famous People

My blogging activity has sadly decreased recently, however that’s not to say I haven’t attended plenty of radio recordings at the BBC. To summarise, here are a few of the famous people I’ve met in the last few months. Tim Vine I met comedian Tim Vine in October, when he was recording ‘Tim Vine’s Chat…

Duke of Edinburgh Expedition – Gold

In 2012 I experienced a DofE hike for the first time. And bless my naïve little soul, for I thought walking through ankle deep mud and being unable to tell one small-to-middle-sized farm from another was the worst experience I had ever gone through. But soon my composure was shaken. In 2013 I completed DofE…

A Week at Soul Survivor

Each summer, over thirty thousand Christian teenagers meet, at one of four events, to sing, pray, study the bible and go to very loosely religious related parties. This is a rather broad description of Soul Survivor, a Christian festival event which yearly attracts youth groups from all over the country to unite to explore their…

Ageism at its highest

It’s Friday evening, typically a wonderful time in the week. No school, no responsibilities and two days of freedom on the horizon. I won’t lie to you but I love spending my Friday evening relaxing, reading and maybe popping on an episode of Breaking Bad. What I don’t really go for is suffering abuse and…

2015… A good thing?

Yay it’s 2015. That’s a good thing right, surely it’s a good thing? Or does it just mean I’ve just wasted a whole year of my life doing absolutely nothing? Nope, it must be a good thing. But 2015 aye, a new year, with new stuff to do, heaps more school work, some great returning…

Light Photography

Spare time is a strange thing. What do you fill it with? Do you do sophisticated things such as reading the works of Dickens or keeping up-go-date with politics? Or do you instead spend time playing around with cameras and different coloured torches? Hm. So yeh, me and me mates took these photos (shout out…