When I was 19 years old I did what most Kiwi kids do… I dropped out of university and went on my ‘big OE’ (Overseas Experience). Ok, so most Kiwis don’t drop out of uni to do it… but I did. I had picked
After a rather humorous attempt at walking some of Hadrian’s Wall in November (I know, I know), and being driven away by the sideways sleet and a terrible gale, we decided to try again in late March – in hopes that the spring would provide
York is a wee gem of a place, and as with any place I write about, I would highly recommend spending more than 24 hours there. But, I know that isn’t always possible, so here is my #24hrGuide to York. 12 Midday –
So, much of my travel is all about food and drink, so it didn’t seem right to talk about my year of travel without framing it around these two important things 😉 JANUARY It was a quiet start to the year, travel-wise.
We were in York primarily to spend time with my family, who were visiting from Canada. Less than 2.5 hours from Edinburgh (and less than 2 hours from London), York is an easy weekend break away; and we were exceptionally lucky with the weather