Month: June 2018

Eating my way around The Lake District: Hooked Seafood Restaurant

On our second night in the Lake District, we chose to head to a small fish restaurant that had caught our eye earlier on in the day and not far from where we were staying in Windermere. We couldn’t help but laugh at the sign in the window that said ‘fish and chips are not…

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Eating my way around The Lake District: The Lamplighter Dining Rooms

As I stood looking over Bowness-in-Windermere bay I couldn’t believe it has taken me over thirty years to visit such a beautiful corner of my own country. People seek far-flung corners of the world without always stopping to explore the smaller corners of their own country and the British countryside is some of the most…

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BOOK REVIEW: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

If I can finish a book that runs to nearly 400 pages in less than a week, then it’s a book worth recommending. I’ve been so busy with work, I’ve barely had time to fart never mind read but I was so engrossed by this book that I had to sit down and write this…

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