Month: March 2019

Merry in Méribel

Back in February I went to France for a fun filled week of skiing, drinking and eating. It was probably one of the best skiing holidays I’ve had, apart from my Canadian ski trips (shush don’t tell anyone). I was 1 of 15 in the group, 5 of us drove and the lucky ones flew.…

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Rainy Rotterdam

When a mini getaway to Rotterdam is going to set you back £45, you can’t say no. I knew my good friend Vicki wanted to visit the City of Culture, so whilst I was racking my brain on how to fill her weekend up North, a P&O mini cruise sprung to mind. For those who…

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The Dreaded English Test

I think it’s common knowledge that I want to head back to Canada. I am currently in the process of getting my shit together so I can start the Permanent Residency (PR) visa application. The very first stage involved getting my higher education assessed at a whopping cost of $200. This excluded other fees charged…

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Vancouver Vacay

I had a bad day at work one day; I was fed up and had nothing to look forward to. I had become settled in a lifestyle I didn’t aspire to. To raise my spirits, I booked flights to Vancouver. It is surprising what a bit of holiday planning can do for your soul. I…

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