Christmastide ’22

This past Christmas season was hectic in so many ways for me but though it all, I had some really great moments. I always take random photos here and there. Some of them make it to my insta while others just get lost in my camera roll. I wanted to share some here as a… Continue reading Christmastide ’22

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

Photo Diary: Camping in the Peak District

As I have mentioned in previous posts, we went camping in June the week of the Platty Jubes. We've been wanting to go camping again for some time and really wanted to explore some new places, rather than keep returning to Wales (even though we do love it). We stayed at Knotlow Farm Campsite which… Continue reading Photo Diary: Camping in the Peak District

The Year of 26

The year of 26 has been a rocky road for me. Leading up to my 26th birthday I felt this overwhelming pressure to do something big, become an adult in some grand way -probably largely due to the fact my mom had me when she was 26. The year of 26 did change me in… Continue reading The Year of 26

Photo Diary: National Showcaves Centre for Wales

The last full day of our time in Wales back in July was spent as the National Showcaves Centre for Wales. Now I'm not going to lie, I have no facts or info to share on this place at all. Before going I checked out the website a little but that was all. It was… Continue reading Photo Diary: National Showcaves Centre for Wales

Chatsworth Garden | Cascade, Willow Tree & Paxton’s Rock Garden

Cascade & Cascade Temple Probably the most well-known feature in the garden, the Cascade was designed by Grillet, a French hydraulics engineer with experience of designing for Louis XIV, King of France and was completed in 1696. It was later torn up in 1702 with the aim of making it longer and steeper than its… Continue reading Chatsworth Garden | Cascade, Willow Tree & Paxton’s Rock Garden

Chatsworth Garden | Great Conservatory, Maze & other gems

After we enjoyed the Rock Garden, we started to flag a little and needed a bit of a break but the excitement of a maze had bearded boyfriend more than enthusiastic so we continued on. We got lost numerous times, and with flagging energy I was less than impressed but eventually we made it to… Continue reading Chatsworth Garden | Great Conservatory, Maze & other gems

Brecon Books & Boat Rides

During our visit to the Brecon Beacons, we decided to hire a boat at Brecon and whilst there I couldn't resist a visit to my favourite bookshop. A necessity when visiting Brecon, Brecon Books has the best selection you could possibly find. I personally always head for the history and poetry sections, although this time… Continue reading Brecon Books & Boat Rides

things I’ve found solace in | summer

With unpredictable weather this summer and the my faith in humanity being shook every few days it feels like, I have been on a never-ending quest for everything and anything that will *mentally* take me somewhere else, where I can unwind for a few moments. With that in mind, I wanted to share a few… Continue reading things I’ve found solace in | summer