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I’M not by any stretch of the imagination an intrepid traveller. Those who know me well are all too accustomed to how I get tetchy on motorways, don’t like buses and dislike trams even more. And I’ve been known to viciously hyperventilate on planes. So trekking round the Australian outback or abseiling down Canadian waterfalls […]

EVERY October half term when I was a child my parents would take my sister and I to Whitby, home of Dracula, the best fish and chips in the world and warrens of delightful little winding streets and hidden passageways. It is a place I think of fondly because it was and still is so […]

AS a journalist, you will often get the opportunity to do fun and exciting things with the small commitment of a few-hundred-words feature in return. Some fun things I’ve done so far during my time at the Nottingham Post include a trip to Lapland, a break in some luxury five-star hotels and interviewing Ed Miliband. […]

FINDING the Perfect Apartment is a very tricky business. In our case, we needed somewhere central to the city, within a £600-a-month budget and with a car parking space. These things were all essentials. But the things which make the apartment I found perfect are far more intricately detailed than somewhere to slot my car […]

AS of late I’ve developed a bit of an addiction for taking pictures of food. Not Muller-light-at-lunch-time kind of photos, but snaps of food when I’m eating out. I get this overwhelming urge to whip out my iPhone every time a dish is placed in front of me or whoever I’m with. Part of the […]

AS the shops gear up for February 14 by producing as many things as possible in the shape of a heart, from hot water bottles to breast enhancers (yes, I spotted some heart shaped chicken fillets yesterday, subsequently convinced myself this must be a ‘joke’ gift), I decided to delve a little deeper into what […]