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07, 02, 2017

Youth without age: Timisoara, Romania

Put on your mittens for these subzero conditions because not even -5C temperatures and a horrid cold will stop ya gal from exploring Timisoara.... Read More



31, 01, 2017

Once upon a time in Timisoara, Romania: First impressions of a fairytale town

This time last year, I was acutely aware that I was about to pass the threshold of inconsequential decisions. Never one to shun impulse, I spent my 26th birthday dying my hair purple, blue and green, in a nod to the decade that had passed since the glory days of my teen years.... Read More



11, 12, 2016

Vilnius, Lithuania: a long weekend

img_2130I’m having something of a Baltic moment right now. Perhaps it’s that the countries’ intrigue and flight prices are inversely proportionate; or perhaps I’m pursuing festivity. Either way, a mere fortnight after returning from Latvia, I found myself landing back in the Baltics; this time, the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius.... Read More



13, 11, 2016

Day two in Riga: (one too many) winter warmers

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I’ve been back in the UK for a few days now and fuck me, the world’s gone bloody bonkers. Politically, I’m scared of commitment (you’ll never hear me say “I’m Labour,” “I’m Lib Dem,” and never, ever “I’m Tory”) but, as a left-leaner, I’ve been asking myself some pretty big questions this week: why are people with right wing views (which are no less valid than left ones) too afraid to admit to the pollsters who they’re really voting for? Have we all shot ourselves in the foot by demonising people who sit too far away on the political spectrum? Have we been too quick to assume that “you’re racist” is the end of the conversation? Have we stopped discussing, arguing, because we look down on the right? Have the right stopped discussing, arguing with us because we wrongfully call them racists and bigots? Have we become so reductive that we think left = socially responsible and right = socially irresponsible? And for the love of God, when has anyone been persuaded by being lambasted as a deplorable, boneheaded racist?... Read More



07, 11, 2016

Day one in Riga, our winter wonderland

img_0817When my longest-standing friend Donna and I were waiting for our flight from snow-topped Riga to just-plain-windy London, I timed how long she would laugh after looking at the front of her own passport. It was 5 minutes 21 seconds. Homegirl is batshit crazy but that’s the kind of comrade I need to see me through -7C temperatures, measure-happy barmen and frostbitten extremities.... Read More



15, 10, 2016

The Swede life: first impressions of Gothenburg

img_0277When a country’s signature pastime is fika – group socialising over cards, conversation and coffee – it might seem a peculiar choice for a solo trip. But hej, earlier this year I decided to continue being impulsive in travel and after one particularly hectic morning at work, I stayed true to this by booking the cheapest flight to a place I’d never been before on my next free weekend. Oh hej, Gothenburg!... Read More



29, 08, 2016

Bitches be trippin’: Rock en Seine 2016

Arts End of Nowhere Rock en SeineIn my grimy, grunger, never-quite-sober days, there wasn’t a Reading Festival I’d have missed for the world. For a brief period in my teens, I was an avid festival goer; making bad decision after bad decision to the backdrop of heavy guitars and teen angst. When my own teen angst subsided, I stopped going to festivals – not by conscious decision, but due to an alleged lack of funds and appreciation for the almost constant time off one is awarded for deciding to study Art History (nice choice, A).... Read More



25, 08, 2016

Paris is always a good idea

IMG_5616Audrey Hepburn wouldn’t have let anyone tell her otherwise, and nor should we.... Read More



14, 04, 2016

Writer’s block.

writers-blockTitting, sodding writer’s block. It’s my lame excuse for the poorly-executed, rarely-posted content of late. That is all.... Read More



05, 04, 2016

Local lunch spots: Counter Vauxhall

DSC_0034Considering all I’ve been posting about is my galavants around sunny California, you’d be forgiven for thinking that I’m still freelancing from wherever I do so please. Holing up in coffee shops in Seoul and write-write-writing was fun for a while, but doing the same in London was different. I think I was bored. When you take the-ability-to-travel out of the mix, freelancing on your tod gets old fast. So off I trundled, back into the world of traditional employment and for the past month or so, I’ve been working in Vauxhall. Despite living a 30 minute walk away, it’s not a part of London I’ve explored before so I’ve been keeping my eyes peeled for new eateries to try. First up: Counter Vauxhall.... Read More



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