Chunky Big Playing Blocks

70s architecture is a funny thing. It’s painfully grotesque to look at, yet there is a solid beauty in the tall chunky forms, once isolated from everything else. I think of the 70s as a time of unity, which is well executed from the symmetrical positioning of every minute detail, peculiarly reminiscent of Soviet buildings….

L E I C E S T E R Sunday Sunshine

  The weather could not have been more perfect this week-end, hitting highs of 26C in the city. The streets weren’t only buzzing from the summer weather, but also from the amazing atmosphere infused through the city in support of the Leicester City football champions. After a long night out on the town, it was…

My relationship with T.

  Travel. Travel can inevitably impact your life and have a lasting effect on simple decisions. It is through new experiences that you learn about the world, the way different individuals think and what impacts communities: industry, landscape and climate. It is not until you walk in another person’s shoes, that you see how they…

Bradgate Park- LEICESTERSHIRE

Last week I went down to Leicestershire and picnicked with my mum and sisters in the beautiful surroundings of Bradgate Park. It was lovely to be back amongst the English landscape and enjoy the sunny weather! The park has so much to offer to all age groups and is the perfect place to escape to…

Eating out in L O N D O N

I recently went to London for a few days and stayed with my sister who has a job and money! Unlike me, the broke student. Therefore I was dreading going out to dinner and I was expecting to spend a fortune on food. To my surprise, we went to some incredibly scrumptious restaurants with unbelievable…