Edinburgh: 4: For The Love of Soup

Wednesday was an odd day. My relative had a day of errands planned, so Amy and I ventured into Edinburgh on our own. It was due to be a long day as Amy was seeing friends and we had a Mercat Tour booked for the evening. We met Amy's friends at the station and wandered …

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Review: Kinky Boots at the Adelphi Theatre, London

On Wednesday 9th August, my mum, sister and I went to the Adelphi Theatre in London to watch Kinky Boots. Kinky Boots is a musical which is based off of a true story of a Northampton shoe factory marketing boots to drag queens in order to avoid closing down. I thought the way the set …

Edinburgh: 2: First Impressions

My trip to Edinburgh started with a near panic attack. Getting to Kings Cross early, I had decided to get a McDonalds breakfast as a treat. As I used my card to pay the machine made a sad noise. And another. The cashier looked at me kindly. "This machine has been having problems recently. Do …

Edinburgh: 1: Prologue

In retrospect, my journey to Edinburgh started a year before I actually went. After seeing adverts for the Edinburgh Fringe for months, I logged into Facebook to see multiple people I knew going to the Festival. Looking at all of their pictures of excited faces and beautiful architecture, I murmured to myself ,'I wish I …

Creepy Travels – London Part 2

London is so full of creepy attractions and historic sites that I couldn't fit them all into one post! Here's another list of creepy things to do while in London Town. Jack the Ripper Museum Based in Whitechapel, home of the killer himself, this museum is a new attraction designed to recreate 1880s London. This …

The End of Orphan Black! (Spoilers)

Orphan Black is a series I initially struggled with. I almost couldn't get through the pilot, but I persevered and after a couple of episodes, I was hooked. I fell in love with the clones, and the scientific story lines really caught my attention. Which is why I was so worried about the finale. This …