So last time I blogged it was June and it feels like only yesterday and yet it's suddenly the middle of September. The truth is, I just didn't feel like it. The town where I spent my summer, it really didn't give me much to blog about apart from waitressing and that's not very exciting. … Continue reading Starting over in Glasgow, again!
So on Sunday, the most unoutdoorsy person ever aka me attempted to climb my first Munro. I'm really not very good in the outdoors and nothing, not years of Outdoor Expeditions and Duke of Edinburgh award could change this, no matter how hard they tried. I just have bad memories of blisters and camping in … Continue reading Climbing Ben Lomond, my first Munro
I know this isn't strictly culture but I've officially moved to WordPress!!! and I can see what all the hype is about, it's fantastic!!! This is first of my city living posts and what moving from the sticks to Scotland's biggest city means to me. I realised yesterday that when I arrived everything about me … Continue reading City living:thoughts on identity and if it’s possible to ever truly belong
PALOMINO RESTAURANT REVIEW So as promised, here is what was requested after the baking post in the poll: a review of a restaurant and because when I decided to do this, it was warm Friday night in Glasgow and I had nothing else on, I decided to make it two. So my partner and I … Continue reading Palomino bar and restaurant review
So last night, I attended a talk by Anna Pasternak as part of my volunteering at the Aye Write Festival which is being held in Glasgow inThe Mitchell Library. I came into the talk about 20 minutes in and to be honest, I really had no idea what's she was talking about. I could tell … Continue reading Discovering what is meant by ‘The Russian Soul’