From Toni Morrison to Edwidge Danticat - 7 womanist writers to add to your reading list this Black History Month.
Note: this article originally appeared on the Eastern Daily Press/Norwich Evening News. Please click here for the original article. Today marks one hundred years since the first women received the right to vote in the UK. However, is our knowledge of the suffrage movement limited to the small amount we were told at school? It [...]
As often as I pass this charming little macaron shop, I'd never actually never ventured inside. Like so many other places in Norwich which I am still yet to rediscover, Macarons & More became somewhere that I was aware of yet unfamiliar with. Still, the pretty little space it occupies at the corner of The [...]
Monument Valley is by no means a hidden-secret destination in America, however this does not mean it should be struck off your road-trip itinerary for fear of being too touristy. The Park has many visitors flock to it each year and for good reason. It is possibly the most beautiful place on the planet. As [...]
Edith Cavell is well known across Norfolk and especially around the Norwich area. On this day in 1865, she was born in a small village called Swardeston in Norfolk. A nurse during World War One, she died in 1915 after being shot by the German troops when they discovered she was aiding allied soldiers. There [...]
With Christmas fast-approaching, many restaurants are releasing their festive menus and bombarding us all with their take on the classic Christmas lunch. Now don't get me wrong, I'm certainly not complaining. The more food options, the merrier! However it can be hard to find a real gem - and even harder to find the time [...]
Despite arriving in Warsaw a little too early for the season's festivities and the iconic Christmas markets to begin, we managed to make our trip still feel Christmassy thanks to the winter 'light festival' at Wilanow Palace. During the festival, the gardens of the Royal Palace are transformed into a magical display of light. Entry [...]
I've visited the Grand Canyon no less than three times and each time has taken my breath away. It's one of those places that is surely on everyone's bucket list, yet I would argue it should definitely be witnessed more than once in a lifetime. Despite claims that 'once you've seen it, you've seen it' [...]
Exploring Warsaw's Old Town gives a snippet into the history of the city
Churros in Norwich - who'd have thought it?