Amongst hundreds of whistles, whooos, claps, and high fives, marchers yell ‘happy pride’ to all of us. Continue reading
My first week in London brings back many memories from my teenage years, one of which is the tentative steps me and my best friend made towards the underground to go and find platform 9 and 3/4 from the Harry Potter books.Today, Harry Potter turned 20 years old,
Today, Harry Potter turned 20 years old, and the joy its magic brings into our hearts is still the same as it was that first time we encountered it.
Wherever my path leads me, I will always think of Dorset as the nicest place you could live in the UK. Continue reading
An early June holiday always brings the potential of summer showers, but that never dissuaded anyone, did it? Continue reading
My post-internship life turns out to be rather busy, especially the weekends. I’ve been invited to some family events on my partner’s side, and we have a lovely holiday coming up (you’ll hear about that soon enough).
So last weekend we were in Kirkcaldy, Scotland, where a lot of people I met were just gushing about Scotland to me. I am easily persuaded, so eventually, I would like to take up on the accommodation offer I got over the weekend, and make a trip around Edinburgh and Fife (which is where Kirkcaldy is).
I like to be prepared, so I made a wish-list of things to do and see in Scotland with the help of Guides by Lonely Planet and some personal recommendations. Continue reading
First of all, I tried to keep up a weekly blog and last week was the only one I missed this year I think… There’s a reason for that, and that is because I was celebrating, relaxing, and tried not to succumb to panic.
As graduates do, I did an internship at a local business – but now that it’s over, what next? Continue reading
As I said a couple of months back, I celebrate Mother’s Day on the first Sunday of May. Unfortunately, I don’t exactly have the means to spend the day with my mum, so I’m sending her a little art project I’ve been working on since last month. Continue reading
I think it happens a lot in language schools (or any time you’re abroad), where you meet people with whom you just click and go on to an epic letter-writing adventure. Continue reading