With the time off I get in Athens, it gives me a lot of chances to see more of Greece, so I decided to do an actual tour. I wanted to see some of the real history of the country, so Delphi and Meteora were a must do. Epic scenery and some great stories as […]Read More Delphi and Meteora
Yesterday I came home, tired with my ears ringing, head still filled with the songs of bands I’d heard that weekend. Hevy festival in Port Lympne, Kent is a predominantly hardcore and metal festival, with a few exceptions. But it’s not the bands that make this festival such a wonderful event, but the community. It’s […]Read More Hevy Festival
So recently I’ve been rather caught up in re-building real life. It’s going rather well, working at the Flight Centre selling travel again, living in Brighton and enjoying a nice new space to live in. It’s very nice to be more settled again, and being able to do the odd little things you can’t while […]Read More Another Apologetic Post
So a little personal update for you all. I’m currently in London visiting friends and exploring a little more, I will soon be heading up North to Leeds for a week with Pre-Fit, then down to Bath/Bristol to see friends, then another week of fittings. After that, I’ll visit Cardif and Bristol again before I […]Read More Where am I?
Cornwall is full of pretty little beaches and coves, Constantine and Treyarnon offer some nice walks for those not wanting too much. There’s a little place to park around at Constantine, a beach which is popular with surfers throughout the county (on the days when the waves are rolling in the right way of course) […]Read More Constantine and Treyarnon Bay
A somewhat more challenging walk than the previous excursion is the loop from the hamlet of Treen on the hill between two valleys and the beaches at the bottom of those valleys: Penberth and Porthcurno The walk starts off across typical hilly Cornish countryside down into the valley, then alongside the stream that leads out […]Read More Cornwall – Treen to Penberth to Porthcurno ft: The Minack Theatre
Bath, down in the South-west of England is great town for those looking for a little more history, and the feel of a real English town Split into two main areas: the first is Southgate, a relatively newly built commercial zone with the usual suspects of high street stores, fast food and chain restaurants. It […]Read More Bath, Historical Town