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How to remove your festival wristband WITHOUT CUTTING!

You’ve just arrived back from an amazing weekend of dancing, drinking and laughing at that crazy festival you’d always wanted to go to. You met some amazingly brilliant people, discovered new bands and even quite enjoyed camping. Every time you look down at that...

Lost Village Festival: Everything you need to know

late May Bank holiday weekend is the unofficial start of festival season in the UK, and with that in mind I couldn’t resist the urge to get a cheeky early festi in to whet the appetite. Lost Village Festival in Lincolnshire seemed like the perfect place to warm up for...

5 of the Best music festivals in September

How fast has this summer gone? It’s by far my favourite time of the year, and I feel like every year it zooms past. So many cool parties, festivals, holidays, BBQs, birthdays and usually a wedding or two, the social calendar fills up pretty fast. But if...

Travels

Potato Head Beach Club Bali: All the essential info

If you read last weeks blog post where I totally gushed over Canggu, Bali and all its awesomeness you’ll probably have realised that Bali is pretty much my spiritual home. Where Canggu is all chilled, healthy surf vibes, neighbouring Seminyak is more glitz n glam with...

Last minute Edinburgh Fringe Festival accommodation

Edinburgh Fringe Festival is well into its first week of off the wall shows and crazy goings on. I headed up to the Scottish capital a few days ago and the city was already buzzing with thousands of people from all over the world. The energy was electric and there is...

Food

My first time riding a scooter

Before I came to South East Asia I knew that at some point I would probably, weeeeeell, DEFINITELY need to ride a scooter. It’s the number one mode of transport in this part of the world and there are few local buses or trains on the islands. Hiring a car is almost...

10 Vietnamese foods you HAVE to try

Vietnamese food is becoming more and more popular in the UK with Chain restaurants like Pho and Banh Mi on high streets up and down the country, and it seems like every food market and festival in the land has at least one Banh Mi truck. So with Vietnamese foods being...

The alternative guide to Dublin

Last week I visited Dublin, somewhere I’ve visited numerous times, and a city that I absolutely love. It’s friendly, lively, easy to get around, plus their’s plenty to see and do, which is obviously why over 3 million people visit Ireland’s fair city every year. Up...