I’ve written before about what made me move to Bangkok, and even went one better and shared my story with one of the UK’s most popular monthly magazines, Cosmopolitan. The sadness of my whole little story happened two years ago to this very day. For such a long time I wondered if I would ever truly be happy again, but I think I can say two years on that...

The rain might have been coming down fast and heavy for the last two days, but the clocks went forward last night, it’s almost Easter and I now have two weeks to solidly concentrate on my writing Happy days indeed!! But the highlight of my week was catching up with my school friend Oliver, who was my first boyfriend when I was 11 – neither...

Tuba was one of the first bars I tried when I moved to Bangkok, and it’s one of the places I usually take visitors. I took them a while ago now, but the photos I got with Tom and Stina remain my favourite ones from here. Plus I am thinking about a change in hairstyle, so it’s kinda nice to remember what I look like with long hair (and a tan!) again. Once...

I have loved every minute of this week! There is something so fresh and new when little bits of Spring start to peak in. And on Tuesday I saw my first set of lambs in 2015: I almost forgot about the partial solar eclipse until Mel reminded me about it – not the best photos but it was pretty cool to see: And much to the delight of the children I am working...

Some may see it like me, an old bunch of stones/rocks. I guess plenty others must see as UNESCO do – a World Heritage site. I am of course talking about Hadrian’s Wall. Hadrian’s Wall was built by the order of the Emperor Hadrian following his visit to  Britain in AD122. It was planned as a continuous wall with a milecastle every Roman mile (1.48km)....

Another busy week but lots of work done! In case anyone was wondering about some of the pictures below, that’s an Easter bonnet we made this week for a school competition and a crab on my face for comic relief! And today is a very special day – Happy Mother’s Day to my amazing mummy. Love you always!   ...

I have volunteered for a few organisations in my 34 years of life. I became involved with the Teenage Cancer Trust when I was about 22 thanks to my Uncle. This was probably my first input into organising a proper social event. We, at the time, were a small committee of five, and put together two consecutive annual balls firstly in Huddersfield and then at the Royal...

The nearest town to my sleepy little village is Carlisle. It’s about 12 miles away from my village. My earliest memories are of asking my friends on the Wirral if they could spell it – I took great pleasure that none of them guessed the silent ‘s’ (I was such a pleasant child!). Once I actually moved there, I remember going into town most...

It’s been a really fun week this week with dressing up as Peter Pan for world book day, to buying my first comic relief nose in goodness knows how many years and then rounded my week off nicely with cocktails: ...

So result!! Thanks to the joy that is both ebay and my mum I now have a shiny new card reader! Even though it isn’t Sunday I thought I would share more of my pictures from last week now that I can actually access my camera – I promise one day soon there will be a blog post with actual proper writing again – stay with me! ...

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