Review of ‘School of Rock’ at the Gillian Lynne Theatre, London

Living in London means I have relatively easy access to the West End, so I thought I would utilise a day off to head into the city and watch a show. I went to see School of Rock which was incredible. All the cast members are super talented and they all play their own instruments …

A painting of Supergirl in the classic red and blue costume next to a painting of the Flash in red fighting Green Arrow

HVFF, Heroes and Villains in London

Whilst it isn’t technically travelling, my experience at the Heroes and Villains Fan Fest (HVFF) in London was incredible and I want to talk about it (and there were plenty of people from other countries so I’m counting it!). Heroes and Villians London, for those non-nerds, is a mini Comic-Con for TV shows in the …

Ryanair hand luggage policy changes. A Ryainair plane wing above the clouds at sunset taken through the airplane window.

Changes to the Ryanair Hand Luggage Policy – 2019 Update

In January 2018, the Ryanair hand luggage policy was changed drastically. Historically, every passenger was allowed to take two pieces of hand luggage aboard the plane for free. This was then changed to only being allowed one piece on board and a second taken off you at the gate and placed under the plane for …

200 Degrees Coffee

200 Degrees Coffee Shop review – One for the Coffee lovers

Recently Lucy and I had the pleasure of attending a blogging event with the East Midlands Blogging network. It was hosted by 200 Degrees Coffee in Leicester free of charge and I will be reviewing them based on this. 200 Degrees is a Nottingham-based company but has coffee shops in several cities in the UK …