Last night I took up a spontaneous invite from a colleague to go with her to watch a theatre rendition of Moby Dick at York Guildhall. Then my Mum called and invited me for dinner. I’m back in York and I’m back at “home”. Life has taken on a new speed and I’m revelling in… Read More Two months into my new adventure: York, England.
…this is the other side of Working our way… Read More An artist and a writer…
20 days to departure… Read More I am on the edge of mysteries and the veil is getting thinner and thinner
Returning to my former city after an 18 month hiatus was interesting…… Read More A brief blog; back to Birmingham
The culture of Japan has long fascinated me, like many others. Though I’ve dabbled in Japanese literature, I can probably count the literature studied on two hands; strange for something I’ve found intriguing but not pursued. “Join us for an evening in conversation with Takashi Hiraide and Kyoko Yoshida, two authors whose work exemplifies the genre-bending… Read More Japan Now: Manchester, storytelling and literature as art form.
The city I live in has been opened up this week, as my Love got a job in the same building. It means after work, I no longer rush to flee the city, but I waltz around it, with my hand in his, exploring. Manchester is a city ripe with potential. It’s at the point… Read More A week in Manchester.
…before home changes forever.… Read More Exploring in the suburbs…
One of the worst things about planning a trip these days is the reliance on computers. Most unfortunately, this typically equates to being indoors. To counteract this, for today’s plan-off, we took to the bikes and headed 20 miles down the road to Buxton, where we set up camp in a coffee shop and got to… Read More Things don’t always go to plan
Is it even possible? Did I even try??… Read More 24 hours in London with £50. A run through in reverse.
Four days of cycling through the Lake District on the Pod n Pedal experience…… Read More Four days, 82 miles and 7337ft elevation, vegetarian Pod n Pedal is possible!