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From A Citizen Of Nowhere

A response to UK outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May’s plea that the country unites …

I am enjoying a break in France having travelled by train from the north of England. 653 more words

Daily Life in Belfast

I have only been telling you about what I have done and seen in Ireland and Northern Ireland. So in todays post, you will get to see what it has been like living in Belfast so far. 687 more words


Tramping artisans who marched thousands of miles a year are proof that Britain was built by migrants

The Emigrant’s Last Sight of Home – a painting by Richard Redgrave, 1858.
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David Finkelstein, Heriot-Watt University

“If you believe you are a citizen of the world, you are a citizen of nowhere” – so said British prime minister Theresa May in… 957 more words


Ahoy, Me Hearties! We be Castin’ off to Hastings

As you could figure out by the title, in this adventure we dive deep into one of United Kingdom’s hidden gems, Pirate Day! If you haven’t heard of the Old English town of Hastings, I have a bit of history for you (before we get into the swashbuckling adventure). 724 more words

My Travel Writing Was Featured On Bustle

So it may be a bit late but I’m someone who is pretty modest. I share my accomplishments from time to time but for someone who helps promote others, I can be bad at promoting myself. 193 more words


Former World Judo Champion Craig Fallon Found Dead at 36

The judo community has paid tribute to former world and European champion Craig Fallon after his death at the age of 36.

Fallon, who was head of coaching at Welsh Judo, was crowned -60kg world champion in 2005, the third and most recent British judoka to achieve the feat. 278 more words


Take 3: Madeleine Review (Clean Movie Month -- #3)

When I discovered the film, Madeleine, on Turner Classic Movies’ (TCM’s) website, the movie’s premise is what caught my attention. I recorded the film on my DVR and saved it for a special occasion. 1,116 more words