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Travel || Forbidden Corner

The Forbidden Corner is a place that I’ve been bothering Sam about planning a visit to for about 6 years now. I first heard about it from my first London flatmate who was originally from Newcastle and it was one…

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Travel || Masham, Yorkshire

A few weeks ago, Sam planned a secluded escape for us for my birthday. I had a few requests: I wanted to be somewhere reasonably isolated, beautiful with lots of nice walks, near a body of water, and eat…

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Travel || Hebden Bridge

Today’s post on Hebden Bridge is the latest in my exploration of Yorkshire posts. I always do a fair bit of research before we visit some place new, and one of the bits of opinion on Hebden Bridge I…

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Travel || Haworth

Haworth has been on my English bucket list for so long. I’ve mentioned in countless posts about what a literature nerd I am, so it’s been one of the things I’ve most looked forward to since we moved to…

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Travel || Yorkshire of the Brontes

One of my favourite things about living in the North of England now, is the sheer raw beauty of the countryside. You can completely see why so many authors have been inspired by it. I recently visited Haworth where…

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Travel || 15 Things To Do in York

York has so much to see and do that it would be impossible to fit it all into a quick weekend break. I’m so happy that we live here now and that I’ve been slowly ticking off everything that…

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A countryside mini-break || Ox Pasture Hall Hotel

I recently had the joyous opportunity to stay at the Ox Pasture Hall Hotel in Scarborough. Technically, it’s out in the countryside between Scarborough and Hackness. Sam grew up in Scarborough and we were married in Hackness, so it’s…

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York || Roman City Walls

By far my favourite architectural aspect of York are the Roman City Walls.  The city walls don’t completely surround the city anymore, but a substantial chunk of them remain. In fact, more miles of wall remain in York than any…