Now that we have reviewed the achievements (and sometimes failures) of last year, it’s time to lay out the plans for 2020.
I went on a quick trip to Milan… mainly for a hen party (which won’t be discussed in full detail, what goes on tour stays on tour) but squeezed in a bit of sight-seeing as well!
I went exploring in a slightly rundown west London gem tucked next to the M4
I only made it to the outside, but definitely worth a visit if you can make time.
We went on an adventure in our own back garden!
I finally went to India! But only with work, so not as much sightseeing but a whole lot more fun Indian stuff.
I went on a bicycle journey to the Barbican; I got very excited about some Japanese architecture.
In October 2013 I went to Cambodia for a week on a charity trip with Action Aid to help build a library for a small village outside Siam Reap. The trip was organised by my old company as part of their Giving Something Back initiative, so everyone on the trip was from the organisation. There is a lot of backstory for this one…
Set at the top of 20 Fenchurch Street (otherwise known as the Walkie-Talkie building), the Sky Garden is a free public space set over the top three floors of the building. Now you’d think free public space would mean you wander up and just hang around for a bit, see a lovely garden, maybe have an overpriced drink and cake, then wander away again… and you would, unfortunately, be wrong. Continue reading
Between Christmas and New Year my sister and I decided to have a mini-adventure near her house in Manchester. We decided to make a trip to nearby Dunham Massey, at stately home and park on the outskirts of Altrincham (confusingly pronounced Alt-ring-ham). It was cold, but beautiful.