Prior to this day back in August, I'd never been to Oxford; I knew of it from books like The Golden Compass (being set there.) but not much else. Therefore, I thought I'd share a photo diary of what I saw, ate, and did back in August.. First up... Waterstones! They had far more fancier … Continue reading Day Out To Oxford. (Photo Diary.)
Hello, For a little while now, I've been thinking; what would be the perfect day out? (A place that wouldn't overwhelm my senses, or make me feel incredibly anxious, as a person with Asperger's Syndrome. With that in mind, I developed a bit of a criteria that works for me: needs to be quiet, serve … Continue reading Day out suggestions for people with Asperger’s Syndrome.
* A little while ago, an email arrived in my inbox; I was asked to review the CAKE app. Being a foodie, I said yes! What follows is my honest opinion. I guess I should have planned better in the end; Southern had delayed various trains, meaning I got on the wrong one, and was … Continue reading Meal out for a Cake? Yes please! *
Disclaimer: Due to Bagelman following me on Instagram-I still have no idea as to why-I pitched to see if I could review their shop. On the day, I was lucky enough to be able to go behind the counter, and see how they make their Bagels. This is what constitutes a PR related post, yet … Continue reading Making Bagels With Bagleman. *
Owing due to personal circumstance-being told I had "nothing to wear" to a party-I went down to Brighton not too long ago with a few realitives, in order to 'remedy' the situation. Whilst I was there, I took a lot of photos, enough for a Photo Diary Post-which I'm going to share with you now. … Continue reading Day out to Brighton!
Well, why not? Way back in the last few days of December 2015-from the 27th to the 30th-I was lucky enough to spend my time in Liverpool. This-as many before it-is just a post, almost like a photo diary. It details what I was doing, with some bits of history, as well as some 'shoe … Continue reading Mademoiselle goes to Liverpool | Three days in Liverpool.
So, last weekend, I went to the lovely town of Canterbury. The town has some historic significance- it is where Thomas Beckett is held as a saint, for his accidental killing by King Henry 6th, and his religious stance on England. This is the opening entrance to the library which is dedicated to Thomas Beckett: … Continue reading Mademoiselle goes to Canterbury | My trip to Canterbury.