Hello! And welcome to the first post of 2018! I hope you all had a lovely break over Christmas and new year full of eating, drinking and a lot of lazy days. I know I did, I think I wore PJs more than I wore clothes… But it was Christmas so it was allowed.
But back to reality now and I am back at university sitting in my room wrapped up in 100 layers typing this blog post. Yipee to student accommodation!
Now I absolutely loved Edinburgh and recently coming home from there after Hogmanay, I thought I would put together a little guide to the places I have loved. I have only been a few times so I do not have the super exclusive places but I am writing this to tell you all the little tourist spots and cool places to go if you do. As well as this, I have only been when it has been extremely cold so I cannot give tips about Fringe festival or beer gardens as that would be extremely cold! Hopefully, in the future when I visit again, of course, I will go in warmer months.
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If you have not seen my previous blog posts or my vlogs online you will not know I love love love a Christmas market!! They are the ultimate festive day and I am all for the festive feels. So I thought why not put together a list of the top 10 Christmas markets that I have either been too or are on my Christmas market bucket list!
Here it goes!
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The last blog of Hogmanay! Where has this year gone already we are into our 3rd week… 3rd!! Before we know it, I will be writing again about New Years Eve and what adventure we got up too.
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30th December 2016
Waking up very excited as tonight we were off to see Paolo Nutini! I think ever since I and Cole met we have both said that Paolo was on the top of our lists to see live. And the time was now!
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Welcome back to Stories of Adventure!
Happy New Year!
I can’t believe we are already 3 days into the new year already, but I hope you all had a brilliant time celebrating and did not feel too hungover on the 1st.
Continue reading “Hogmanay in Edinburgh (Part 1)”
This is perhaps one of the hardest things about coming home from any holiday – the holiday blues! When it’s all over, and you are heading back to work, school or even just to a big pile of washing thinking about how you wish you was still there.
Continue reading “How Do You Overcome Holiday Blues?”
For Easter, while both enjoying our break from university (and celebrating our anniversary), I and Cole decided to pack our bags and head off on a quick city break to Edinburgh!
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