I have to admit that I have never really thought much about shopping via a TV channel, despite a very good friend of mine being a regular on one of them with her world famous chocolate brownies. Which is a real shame because from what I have learned this week the variety of products on
We weren’t even really meant to be in the Leake Street Tunnel on Saturday. Heck before we arrived I hadn’t heard of it, despite it being under the train tracks at Waterloo, our point of arrival into London whenever we travel by train. We arrived there as part of a group taking part in a
Can we talk about summer yet? Officially it IS spring but after the weather we have had over the past few weeks you might be forgiven for thinking you have missed it. Now the snow has gone for the majority of us though it is time to start thinking about what we want to do in the
There’s lots of nature-filled fun at our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts in and around Hampshire this spring, leading to delicious chocolate rewards. This year, the Egg Hunts are running for the whole of the school holidays at Uppark, Mottisfont, The Vyne and Hinton Ampner (30 March – 15 April). At Winchester City Mill
Two things happened this week, well two things that weren’t snow related. The first was I did some much overdue blog maintenance and finally created a Thermomix category to share my posts on this kitchen gadget. And I re-jigged some existing posts about it, naming the series “75 Reasons to love Thermomix”. I have
Yep, it won’t have escaped your attention that today is World Book Day. It seems to come around with alarming speed every year and send parents into a complete panic as schools issue edicts about what children can and can’t dress up today. I have heard of some saying no super heroes. Say what?!
Two things. Firstly, photographs of me on this blog are as rare as hen’s teeth. Secondly, slogan sweatshirts in my wardrobe are rarer that dinosaur poop. So to get the two things combined on one post? Well that means that something worthwhile must be happening. As part of our trips to Africa with Comic
What do you call a booze cruise without a cruise? Sounds like start of some dodgy joke, right? But seriously, if you get the train from Folkestone rather than the ferry from Dover, with a view to a day of buying booze, what do you call it? We pondered this as we sat in the