Disclosure: I am not in any way affiliated with Gatwick Airport, or any other UK airport. All opinions shared in this post are entirely my own. Sometimes, you just want to have a little break from the UK, and that means you'll likely have to fly. As an Essex resident, I am a comfortable driving … Continue reading Why I Fly From Gatwick
A few weeks ago, I shared a post that busted some of my top B&B myths, so it's only fitting that I share my best advice for spotting a great UK B&B. The best B&Bs have three elements: positive reviews, clear photographs and up to date facilities. Your first job is to consider your budget. … Continue reading How to spot a great B&B
We have had Ted (our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel) in our lives for only three months, but as someone who didn't grow up with a pet in the house, I've learnt a lot about responsibility, and a lot about dogs. In today's post, I'll be sharing the top five things I've learnt about owning a … Continue reading Five Things Every New Puppy Owner Needs to Know
When looking for beautiful locations in England, I know the Thames Estuary doesn't usually feature in the top ten. Most likely, if you think of the Thames, you'll think of the centre of London, or the brown water and industry of Thurrock, Dartford and Tilbury Docks. But carry on fifteen more minutes along the C2C … Continue reading Travel Diary: Thames Estuary
After bursting through the doors of Blues Kitchen in Shoreditch, London, ten minutes before our reservation, we were informed that we would have to wait a while for our table. Despite being annoying and setting us in a sulk, it meant that we were able to hit the bar and order some drinks. Luckily, I … Continue reading Drink: Blues Kitchen, London
April's feature is Vikki Lea, author of Lea Bella Blogs! Find out what she loves about Britain.
Despite what Instagram leads you to believe, holidays and travelling aren't always picture perfect. Everyone knows that when you step out of your comfort zone, there's a risk of serious unfortunate events occurring, be it lost luggage, crime, or a 'holiday belly' - if you know what I mean. But, even if the logistics of … Continue reading TravelFails – The Hangover
Independent review of Bounce, Old Street, London.
It took me a long time to book a night in a B&B. I used to love watching Channel 4's Four In A Bed and used it to form some rather intense opinions on what it was like to stay in a local B&B, and I promise, they weren't pleasant. It wasn't until I wanted … Continue reading Busting B&B Myths
The red brick and sheer size of Hampton Court Palace truly reiterates the power that lived there. Read the review of our