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Britain’s music map in the ’80s

  I have been thinking for ages whether I should write this post or not. I am not sure if it is of any interest to others, but since I have always wanted to write about this, I decided to…

A divine cake for autumn: apple and lemon cake

  As soon as autumn arrives, I feel I must bake and preferably something with apples. This time I did not want to bake and apple pie again (however I was very tempted to), so I looked around and decided…


Frustration over blogging and social media

  In the past few months I have become exhausted and made some discoveries that astonished me and some things happened that I never in my wildest dream would have thought would happen. This post is about my inner feelings,…

English Cottage

The downside of old English cottages

  I have been thinking whether I should or should not write this blogpost as I fear that I would be 'banned from this country' if I did. :) But some well established bloggers say writing posts that you never…


4 beautiful gardens in the Cotswolds

  Of course there are more than 4 beautiful gardens in the Cotswolds, in fact, the Cotswolds is full of wonderful gardens. However, in this post I am going to take you to four of them. 1) Sezincote – a…


The Custard Tart

  If there is any tart that the British regard as a classic British tart, it is the custard tart. You can get it in almost every bakery and cake shop in the UK and indeed its greatness lays in…


Why are the buildings of the Cotswolds so unique?

  The Cotswolds are one of if not the most popular regions in England. No wonder, as its yellow limestone cottages, manor houses and churches blend in with the landscape perfectly creating a unique and romantic ambience. But why are…

Coalpoart footed tea cup

English tea cups

  The English believe that tea tastes much better when drinking it from a teacup than a mug – NB using mugs spread from America. I must admit, first I found this statement funny, but as I had the chance…

Oops, I got it wrong again!

  Now that I have been photographing, blogging and vlogging for some time, I thought to share the unluckiest and funniest moments and challenges. I think the expression that would describe them best would be "Sod’s law". :) Photography Almost…

Shrewsbury The Quarry

The Victorian Garden

  English gardens are beautiful and every era has its own garden style, so there are medieval, Tudor, Georgian, Victorian, Arts and Crafts gardens as well as gardens between the two World Wars and Post-War gardens. I intend to write…

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