It goes without saying that should Paul Hollywood ever come across this picture he won’t know where to start. Not in a “yum, that looks so tasty, shall I have the cream, the fruit or the delicious looking cake first” kinda way. But more of a “how the hell have you created that from
The irony wasn’t lost on me that as I read this article: Garbage about being amazing because we get up at 4am earlier in the week I was in fact lying in bed at 3am wide awake and resolutely refusing to get up. Because I didn’t need to. Nobody needs to get up at 4am.
Yesterday was International Gin and Tonic Day so I thought I would mark this occasion in the week with sharing some fun facts about gin. Since starting to drink a few years ago I have learned more and more about it, as a wine buff might learn about vineyards, I have been learning about distilleries.
The window above might be one of the most impressive windows I have ever seen. And Winchester Cathedral might be one of the most impressive buildings I have ever entered, it being one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. Even back in the day (and I am talking 1500 years) ago it was a place
It was a dark day yesterday. With the returning of a not guilty verdict in the Ched Evans Case it seems the British judiciary has taken a nasty turn. A man formally convicted of rape has had his sentence overturned by his lawyers throwing the victim under a bus. Lawyers paid for by his
You may have missed it but this week an Indian Airline has introduced Child Free zones on flights. This seems to have split the traveling community straight down the middle with half saying “Hoorah, keep the screaming brats away from me” and the other half saying “stop being a pompous arse, you were a
I was going to start this blog post with a bit about Unilever’s massive profits so I googled “Unilever Profit 2015” and up popped their entire published financial statement for the year. It made for interesting reading until I got to the point where the CEO said We are further strengthening our innovation funnel
This is another National Trust property that is just down the road from us and where we ended up on Sunday when I declared I was going out for an hour. Little did I know how steeped in history it was, and linked to one of my favourite children’s books of all time, thanks