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‘I haven’t smiled so much in one afternoon in a long time,’ my friend said as we left the spot we had just been for an hour or so. We live in London. We both work in marketing. We have active social lives. Whilst our world maybe not be a complete whirlwind of cocktails andContinue reading “A step into a magical world”
‘So just a kilometre from here is the spot they call Siberia,’ Stuart tells me. ‘It gets so windy there that in September a train was blown off the track and ended up suspended, carriages hanging off like a piece of string.’ I am significantly smaller than a train, balancing on a bicycle, and thereContinue reading “Cycling to ‘Siberia’, wheels to wine”
Two nights in Norwich simply wasn’t enough to explore all the art, culture and history that this city has to offer. Staying in The Maid’s Head hotel, the longest running site of hospitality in the country, built on the site of the palace of the early Norman Bishops, and drinking in its oak-lined Jacobean bar, beforeContinue reading “Local Finds: Norwich”