I first discovered the majestic beauty of the Seven Sisters through Instagram posts of England. It quickly went on the short list of places I wanted to see. Over the holiday break, we were finally able to road trip down to the southern coast of England.
My theme for 2018 is SLOW. I need to slow down, do less, and focus on what’s most important. I have a tendency to get excited over many things and then become overwhelmed with the laundry list of things that “need” to get done. This year, my plan is to just slow down. I’ve found…
Every December, Brian and I do a date day in the city. It’s our day to walk around, Christmas shop, and enjoy a nice lunch together. This year we decided that we would splurge on a luxurious afternoon tea experience. We’ve never done afternoon tea in London so why not start at one of the world’s largest and most famous department stores, Harrods?
I stumbled across this BBC article today, 10 American Habits Brits Will Never Understand, and discovered we unkowingly committed #7 the other day!
The holidays are here and it is beautiful in England. There is definitely a lot more to do and see then where we came from in the U.S. This will be our second Christmas in England. Our social calendar is full with things that we had fun doing last year as well as a few…
One of my favorite parts of travel is figuring out the right gear for a specific journey. Having the right gear is important because it allows me to focus less on some of the nuances that can make or break a trip and more on the actual experiences.
I’ve been ruminating over my observations in this post for a while now, not sure if it was something that I would ever write about. Then I just watched this CNN report on slave trading that is currently going on in Libya. It makes me feel so sad and devastated for these men.
Prior to embarking on our first expat journey, we had visions of what living abroad would look like. All the amazing offerings of London and easy access to Europe. Although we moved to an English-speaking country, culturally it is still a foreign country. What was hard to imagine were the nuances of our new daily life.