It was raining when we got into Paris. A slow, steady drizzle that reminded me of November exactly three years ago when I lived here (more…)
So it turns out I live just around the corner from where one of my favourite Victorian novelists penned her work in South East London. Follow me, as I explore the secret walk that has been named after her most famous children’s novel in tribute to her residence and discover one of London’s most gorgeous unknown nature reserves.
It was on a rainy day in Spring – just Spring – 1st March to be exact – when I turned my heels to the cobbled streets and winding alleyways of Hampstead. (more…)
Eco-friendly, self-sufficient, and off the beaten track – these types of communities have always fascinated me. What do they do? What do they eat? How do they get along? And, more importantly, could I do it?