Wise in ways beyond your years Because you didn't give in to the pressure Of society and conformity You chose more wellness over online presence Travel over Netflix dependence Losing the virtual reality to be your own reality Looking ahead, don't stop your quest Don't resist the opportunities in your periphery Lookup and see #poetry #yourpossibility
Travel is an education and a joy. Travel makes me unwind, it frees my mind and somehow makes me more open to the universe and the possibilities, I tune in to my surroundings. I switch-off the tech, the kick-back and relax attitude happens as soon as I lock my front door and close my garden… Continue reading Travel Can Make You a Better Person, If You Take Your Time to Connect…….
via Daily Prompt: Toothbrush "Have tootbrush will travel" is one of my favourite expressions, I think I coined it in fact? I always have one in a pocket of my bag, I never leave home without it, cleanliness is next to Godliness after all. The toothbrush is my blunt weapon of choice often paired in… Continue reading Have Toothbrush Will Travel
Whilst away, mid-earthquake, I realised that life is short and that I wanted more life in my years and that the only person standing in my way was me.
We are spoiled in London for green spaces, those happy places where memories are made and life is lived, where we all played. The green spaces of London are not just the Royal Parks of which there are 8 but the ones than often are more practical, they form a cut through as you run… Continue reading Secret Places for Autumn in London
At least once a month I make a trip into the city early on a Sunday morning when there are few people about, it feels more intimate, just me and London town. I take photographs and wander around the markets, walking the streets in search of new discoveries. It's my me time, where I explore… Continue reading Abridged Sunday London Market Tour
I have a large group of nieces and nephews 'young and old' and I love spending time with them. I wear them out and give them back and then they annoy everyone, telling them about their fun Aunty in London. They then say things like 'when I grow up I'm coming to London and I'll live in… Continue reading Child Friendly Day Out in London
To really know a place you have to walk it. It's amazing what you discover when you go off of the beaten track and take a chance on that cute restaurant or ask someone local where they'd recommend. Great conversations often follow which open your mind. It's hot and sticky at the moment and transport… Continue reading An Evening Stroll Around London Town
We had a great week and stuck to the £100 budget. We met some fabulous people, left with super-soft skin and I would definitely return again for some relaxation and early sun.