Cheddar Gorge, Somerset

Cheddar Gorge is located in the Medip Hills, near the village of Cheddar. Its the UK's largest gorge and has some incredible views both from the top and bottom. Mitch didn't want his photo taken, can you tell? He he You're probably thinking you've heard of Cheddar before? Yup, Cheddar cheese is from Cheddar! It... Continue Reading →

The Upside down house, Bristol

It's been raining a lot here lately, so inside activities are a must. I've never been to an upside down house, nor did I really know what my sister was talking about when she suggested we visited one. My sister, Chloe Honestly I haven't laughed this much in a long time. I felt like such... Continue Reading →

Lizard Point, Cornwall

This is the second part to my previous post, which you can read all about here. After a lovely night in our sheppards hut in Looe, we were back on the bike and headed along the coast to Lizard Point. Our Harley Lizard Point is the most southern part of the UK. A popular walking... Continue Reading →

Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol

This is my favourite place to go for a walk in Bristol. A beautifully green hidden gem, this cemetery holds 170,000 of the departed in their final resting place. Most of which has been reclaimed by nature, making this cemetery so incredibly unique. Opened in 1837, the Arnos Vale was created as a spacious garden... Continue Reading →

The flea market, Malvern

I love searching for a bargain and finding hidden gems. Ever since I was little, I've always loved a flea market. For those of you who have no idea what I'm talking about, a flea market (also known as a bootsale) is an event in the UK, where people sell their unwanted belongings. As you... Continue Reading →

Isolating when you’re already isolated

For four weeks the UK has been under lockdown. We have been told to self isolate with the exception of excercise and shopping for essentials. For many people this has lead to their career taking a drastic change or unfortunately, losing their job altogether. Given the circumstances, Mitch and I are very lucky to still... Continue Reading →

The Ships’ Graveyard, Purton

I hope everyone is staying safe and looking after each other at this crazy time. At the moment, the UK is social distancing, not isolating unless you are showing symptoms. Our pubs, clubs, cafes, restaurants etc were closed on Friday. We have yet to go into lock down but the way things are going, I... Continue Reading →

Weston beach race

For the 36th year, Weston Super Mare underwent a massive transformation from the usual sancastles, donkey rides and ice creams to a huge endurance track. Over 1000 entries and only one winner, this was an intense race and a tiring one for those competing. At 1:30pm the engines start and so does the excitement of... Continue Reading →

The Malverns, England

For the past ten months, I have seen the Malverns from a far every day. The farm I am currently working and living on, is just over ten miles from the Malverns. In the middle of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and a small part of North Gloucestershire, this range of hills has an amazing view that stretches... Continue Reading →

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