A Weekend In Edinburgh: Part 2 – The Castle

More than likely the most Iconic landmark in Edinburgh is the Castle, and its not hard to see why. It sits prominently above the city, right next to Princess Street Gardens and the central train station, Edinburgh Waverley. Like the rest of the city, the castle has a vast history, dating back to the 12th... Continue Reading →

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A Weekend In Edinburgh: Part 1 – The City

Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland and a truly beautiful place. It is one of those cities where every turn is another opportunity to travel back in time and discover some unique history. From hundreds of years ago where the Scottish parliament was held in Edinburgh prior to joining the United Kingdom in 1707, and the... Continue Reading →

Never Stop Learning: Equanimity

What am amazing word. In all my life I cannot remember hearing or reading this word even once, and now I have discovered it I am constantly thinking about it (I know I know, I should probably be thinking about something else other than fun words). A calm mental state, especially after a shock or... Continue Reading →

Introducing: Never Stop Learning

To me one of the most important things in life is learning. I absolutely love it, and endeavour to constantly learn new things. There is always something new to learn, always interesting things to discover, in areas you may have never considered. I am Introducing the topic "Never Stop Learning"; things I have learnt that... Continue Reading →

Pistyll Rhaeadr: A mighty tall waterfall

A little while ago I went to Pistyll Rhaeadr, the tallest single drop waterfall in the UK. If you're unsure where Pistyll RhaeadrĀ is, it's just a few miles fromĀ Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant... Yeah I have no idea how to pronounce either of those two names either (sorry Wales). It's in the north-west of Wales, about 2 hours drive... Continue Reading →

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