One Saturday afternoon, not too long ago, Jodie and I went on last-minute adventure to the coast. To be precise: Dunraven Bay, Wales.
If you read my last post, you’ll see that my boyfriend took me out for a day in Herefordshire for my birthday. And what better way to spend the second part of my birthday weekend? A summer picnic and yet another Murder Mystery Treasure Trail in the Cotswolds with some of my closest friends.
Following 2017’s successful trip to see the confetti fields, my Mum, Jodie and I went to visit the Cotswold Lavender fields in the summer’s heat wave.
For Christmas, Dave and I bought our friends, Jodie and Carl, a treasure trail around Oxford. Fast forwarding a few months and we were all venturing over to the historical city in June.
A couple of months ago, another May Bank Holiday weekend came rolling around – where is the time going?! And in keeping with tradition, some friends and I spent the long weekend by the Cornish coast.
On a hot day in May, I met with two friends, Jodie and Nikki, and we went for a walk on the National Trust’s trail along the Ley Line from Upton House and Gardens in Warwickshire.
A catch up with my girlfriends was long overdue, so we decided to rectify that with a day in Gloucester, Gloucestershire.
Last year, our men did so well to surprise Jodie and me with a weekend away in Cornwall for New Year that naturally, we had some living up to do. Therefore, along with the third in our trio, Nikki, we treated the boys to a weekend away in Ceredigion, Wales.
Last weekend found me and two friends, Jodie and Nikki, in chilly London. The day trip had one main purpose: to watch ‘Beauty & the Beast‘ – the original is my all-time favourite film – with the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall.
Every year, we head over to The Angel Inn Hotel at Pershore in Worcestershire for their Bonfire Night and Fireworks event and every time, it’s excellent. This year – yep, you guessed it! – was no different.