My sister and I discovered this gem of a water park hidden away in mountains in Playa Las Americas, Tenerife. With late night sessions, DJs and a beach club it couldn’t be more tailored towards adults. If you find yourself in Tenerife, you have to visit Siam Park.
When my sister and I took off to Tenerife this summer for a relaxing break we stumbled upon the best hotel I’ve stayed in for a while, Tigotan Lovers and Friends. If you need some ideas of where to stay in Tenerife, read this post.
In the words of the London Riviera, grab a cocktail, recline on a sun lounge, pull up a flamingo and WELCOME TO THE LONDON RIVIERA!
Walk the Walk is a grant making charity that raises money for vital breast cancer causes. The unique trademark of the moonwalk is to walk in your bra, decorated in line with the event theme, to raise awareness of the campaign – men included!
Street food markets are booming and one of my favourites is KERB, which recently opened in London Bridge.
So you may be thinking how have you never been to the IMAX? It’s been around for years and is the biggest screen in Europe (no word of a lie, it’s insane)! The honest answer is I really don’t know. I certainly didn’t know what I was missing out on until the weekend just gone. If you haven’t been, you to are missing out!
If you are anything like me and love travelling and exploring new places then you will love this one. First thing’s first, if you don’t already follow Levison Wood then you should. Ex army officer turned explorer, writer & photographer, his story is one of a kind.
London is famous for it’s weekend brunches. The latest breakfast trend in the capital is heading out for brunch with friends, only with unlimited alcohol (usually prosecco and mimosas) for a 2 hour window. Great right? Or very dangerous, I’ll let you decide.
If you haven’t stopped by Rogano in central Glasgow yet then you should definitely add this one to your list! Titled Glasgow’s favourite restaurant, it has been around since the 1930s and lives on as a world class destination for food and drink.
If you’re looking for a quiet getaway then Troon is a great place. With close links to Glasgow there is plenty of variety and you can even pop over to the Isle of Arran for a day or two for something different. Just remember your layers and that all important hat so you don’t get caught in the cold.
Every year over 200 employees and alumni dedicate their spare time to producing the renowned PwC Pantomime which is a charitable theatrical production thats core aim is to give kids an experience that brings them joy and (hopefully) nurtures a life-long love of the performing arts and this year I got the opportunity to help choreograph!