Oooooh so I’m back with another instalment of my travel scrapbook. I feel like I’ve improved a lot this time and it’s actually starting to look like how I want it to! Although one of the challenges is finding actual words and remembering what happened on said trip weeks after it happened, so next time I’m gonna keep a diary ON THE GO. (How exciting)
So whilst I’m chilling at home for a little while, I thought I’d low key give a shout out to this little town in the west country of England. A lot of people hate their home towns and although that was the case for me before I moved away for a few years, I’ve come back now and fallen a little bit in love with it.
Hello world! So you’re probably wondering why I’ve been completely AWOL, and the answer is threefold. Firstly, I spilt wine on my laptop and had to wait for the insurance company to send me the money to buy a new one (thank god for clumsy people level coverage). Secondly, I accidentally went on a 10 day bender anyway and just went out far too much to even function above basic things like breathing and making coffee, which brings me to my third point, I’ve started working like 40 hours a week in my little coffee shop which has taken me a while to get used to.
So yeah, I’m on YouTube now!
I really want to get into film making, documentary, montage-ing (that’s a word right?) and re-visit vlogging, so here we go! Hopefully it’ll be a decided improvement from my poor comedy skills as a 15 year old…
Disclaimer: I don’t work for nor was I paid by Sandemans New Europe for this post, I just think they are THAT great.
Spain, the home of tapas! Naturally I convinced everyone I was with that we had to try it at least once, and after our amazing walking tour (thanks to ERIK, what a babe), we decided to go with Sandeman’s Tapas Experience at the end of our trip. Here’s how it went down, and why you should do it too.
Hey guys! I wanted to share some more photos from Iceland with you! This time it’s from probably the most popular day trip, the Golden Circle!