As someone who dates a bread rejector, I’m all too informed of the hassle coeliac disease presents whilst travelling. Gluten-Free dining can be a farce in the UK. Very occasionally a restaurant has a dedicated gluten-free menu, but more often than not, a folder of biblical length (decorated by a plethora of sauces) is deposited … Continue reading Gluten Free Rome?
As a petrol head, I have an inherent dislike for electric cars; however, as an inhabitant of planet Earth, I have no valid excuse to ignore the need for sustainable travel. When the government recently announced that they were bringing forward the ban on selling petrol or diesel cars to 2030, I have to admit … Continue reading Electric Cars by 2030, Are We Ready?
Read Part 1 Here. Read Part 2 Here. On the second day, I woke up having had less sleep than desired due to our incompetence navigating the air-con unit’s controls the night before. Thankfully I didn’t feel too tired. I assume it was due to my excitement for exploring the City for the second day. … Continue reading A Spontaneous Trip to Rome Part 3
Read part 1 here: A Spontaneous Trip to Rome Part 1 Trastevere Our first morning in Rome had been incredibly fascinating. We had ticked off three of the Capital’s major landmarks; however, it had been very full-on. For this reason, we planned to have a more relaxed afternoon exploring the colourful bohemian cobbled streets of … Continue reading A Spontaneous Trip to Rome Part 2
Thanks to the… challenge 2020 has been for all of us, I hadn’t taken a “proper” holiday this year. There had been a few of the usual trips to the Lake District including the monotonous drive up from London, making sure to avoid the M6 toll, saving those vital extra pennies. But like most people, … Continue reading A Spontaneous Trip to Rome Part 1
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