Life at Rochester Cathedral

As October began, we had a long-awaited date night in the diary which we were both so excited for; Life at Rochester Cathedral. An exhibition put on by the artist collective Luxmuralis, the cathedral was transformed into a showcase of innovative art. Through visuals and sound they immerse their audiences into their work. In this… Continue reading Life at Rochester Cathedral

A Day in Whitby

As the autumnal equinox neared, I took a trip to the north east of England to visit some friends for a well-deserved break and while I was at it -I was desperate to spend a day exploring Whitby. I've spent quite some time there before, including trying to explore it's cobbled lanes in my wheelchair… Continue reading A Day in Whitby

Wales: Waterfalls, a Castle & a Railroad

Probably one, if not the busiest day of our trip to Wales; we set off really early for an adventure. I mean first of all I should say I woke up about 4am and couldn't get back to sleep. I had my copy of The Beautiful Ones nearby (review here) and had only 10 chapters… Continue reading Wales: Waterfalls, a Castle & a Railroad

Highgate Cemetery | West Cemetery

West Cemetery was ridiculously beautiful (to me). It's hailed as one of the most romantic and atmospheric cemeteries in Europe. Opened in 1839, it is the third of the private cemeteries in London but incredibly different to what it would've originally looked like back then. It's set upon Highgate Hill, and was said to be… Continue reading Highgate Cemetery | West Cemetery