As I wrote in my previous post I'll be leaving Glasgow to spend a few months with my family in North Wales. As my final few days approach I've been reflecting on my favourite places to see in the city. Back in January while we were still desperately trying to adhere to our New Years … Continue reading Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
Boomerang Kid: A young adult who, after having lived on his or her own for a time, returns to live in the parental home.“There are secret opportunities hidden inside every failure.” - Sophia Amoruso When I was 18 I moved out of my parents house. I know a lot of people move out at this age … Continue reading Boomerang Kids
The Lighthouse 11 Mitchell Ln, Glasgow G1 3NU Down a quirky lane just off Glasgow's Style Mile you'll come across The Lighthouse, Scotland's Centre for Design and Architecture. The Lighthouse is an exhibition space, events venue and visitor centre that you'll find right in the heart of Glasgow. Completed and designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh … Continue reading The Lighthouse
After last nights post about New Years resolutions I spent a lot of time reflecting so,this afternoon when I saw Olivia's post about her 'Anti Bucket List' it really inspired me. I think that sometimes we can spend too much time dwelling on the negatives or planning for improvement that we forget to put a moment … Continue reading The Anti Bucket List
I just wanted to follow up my previous blog posts with a few tips if you want to travel on a shoestring because trust me, we had the tightest of budgets... Book in advance! We booked all of our accommodation way in advance, some as much as 5 months. If you register an account with a website … Continue reading Planning & going on a trip with a tight budget
Amsterdam is a beautiful city and the history behind it was enthralling.
"We should have been born in Berlin" was repeated constantly throughout our time there. Berlin was our Haven.