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Saturday, 22 April 2017

A Trip to Brighton and a Night at Celebrity Apartments

Over the Easter weekend I visited the beautiful seaside town of Brighton for a couple of days along with my Mum, my sister, and my niece for her 13th birthday treat. 

I'll warn you now, this post is quite photo heavy! We'd planned to have a chilled couple of days wandering around the pretty little shops in the beautiful town and eating chips on the beach, and luckily the weather was perfect and we enjoyed sunshine throughout the whole trip!

Brighton Pier seaside sea blue skies in summer

Saturday, 8 April 2017

Pretty Easter Things

Easter is one of my favourite times of year because it signifies that summer is on its way (and all the spring bank holidays), and also just because I love the pretty things! Easter and spring is the season for pretty pastel colours and polka dots, and over the years I've picked up a few pretty home decorations specifically for this time of year. I also love Easter baking, and me and my Mum make the traditional Maltese Easter biscuit called figolli (large iced almond biscuits) every year!

 Pretty pastel coloured easter baking chocolate nests

Saturday, 1 April 2017

Life in Instagram: March

I had a really wonderful March as I started my dream job and also had a lovely mini break to Edinburgh, and the sun finally started shining too! I have lots to look forward to in April as well, as I have a trip to London booked, gig tickets to see You Me At Six and then Real Friends, and I'm also treating my niece to a stay in Brighton for her 13th birthday! 

Here's a little round up of some of my favourite photos from the last month. 

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Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Our Mini Break to Edinburgh

I always love finding a bargain, so when I saw that Village Hotels had a sale on in January, I wanted to bag a deal. I managed to grab 3 nights at their Edinburgh hotel for only £25 per night, which is an amazing price! I paid an additional £5 per night for breakfast which was very worthwhile as it was the perfect way to set ourselves up in the morning and great value for money. 

I'd been wanting to visit Edinburgh for a little while as so many people have recommended it to me. I was desperate to go to the zoo to see the panda's, and I had never been to Scotland before!

Edinburgh city centre street with cathedral