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  • The Crooked Billet, an English Pub at its finest

    Draught beer and ale, quality food and some friendly faces all wrapped into one. What’s not to look forward to? With 3 sleeps to go until our Great British Pubs are back, I want to get the one closest to…

    Home Sweet Home

    Isn’t it funny that it’s an enforced lockdown of over 2 months that has made me realise I’ve created a blog to document all hidden gems known to me, yet I’m sat right on top of one and it remains…

    Life & Work as a Seasonaire: All in a week’s work

    From the start of the season to the abrupt end thanks to covid-19, working as a Chalet Host was a solid bit of physical and mental elbow grease. Even though I read and read about what the job entailed, it…

    Boujee Sandwich Ideas

    Here are 4 boujee sandwich ideas with ALL the spills and frills, from the bread to the sauces. Whether it’s a picnic you’re off on, a real treat one lunch-time or little baby versions for afternoon tea that you want…

    Suns out, Buns out

    A step-by-step guide to creating the juiciest burgers ever! I’ve started with a burger recipe with no spills or frills just to get you started. This makes the perfect burger to be built upon, with any sauce and toppings you…

    Life & Work as a Seasonaire: Arrival, Training & Christmas

    French dictionary, 2x 30 kilo bags EACH, and a good dose of nervous energy in tow, we were picked up from Potters Bar Train Station by the bosses’ Dad in a company minibus. All but 3 of the hosts were…

    Life & Work as a Seasonaire: ‘You’re hired!’

    Back in the pre-covid-19 days of the Summer-19, myself and Harry were merrily sipping our second cups of coffee for the day, with a ham and cheese panini in our bellies, and a crate of beer from Carrefour bought for…

    Draw the line; home, pets and teddys down to a fine art

    Whilst working my ski season in Morzine at the end of last and beginning of this year, I had the pleasure of living with the lovely and very talented Gaby, who owns Draw the line. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing Gaby’s…

    5 Authors to enjoy over a hot brew

    Reading is my favourite pass time, so I thought why not upload a collection of the authors I love most whilst we’re still in lockdown? I chose to write about the authors instead of their books mainly because the ones…

    Mount Toubkal / The Atlas Mountains – Morocco

    I titled this post Mount Toubkal / The Atlas Mountains, and second Morocco, because I think it’s so easy to see the name of a country and picture the most popular and well known destination. For Morocco, that is Marrakech.…

    10 Baking Recipes for Lockdown

    We’re now into our fifth collective week of lockdown. Having had a ski season cut short by corona, my boyfriend and I had to travel home a month early from France, and thought it was best to isolate for a…


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