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I’m off to Berlin tonight where I’m meeting up with my best friend Emma (who’s flown in from Sweden). I’m so looking forward to a whole weekend of quality time with my bestie as well as discovering Berlin, try good restaurants and have a cocktail or three.

Have a nice weekend!


Baby's first.....


Yesterday i had my first session of reflexology, it was wonderful. Relaxing and tranquil. But the best bit? The Rascal kicked me, a proper thump, even through my placenta it was quite a whack! 572 more words


Prague really is one of Europes secret gems! Full to the brim with culture set in a beautiful surrounding. It is one of those cities you can happily wonder around for hours and constantly be in awe (much like Edinburgh) with the stunning architecture, fun/bizarre shops, pretty bridges and incredibly clean streets (Emily who lives part time in Prague informed us that in order to claim benefits in the Czech Republic you have to clean streets, something the UK should consider). 337 more words


Exploring Marrakesh under the Moroccan Winter Sun

Living in the UK has little downfalls but for me January is definitely one of them – short days and rain aplenty I always try and escape for some winter sun as a post Christmas treat. 541 more words


A Weekend in the Windy City

With Monday 19th January being Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Roya and I decided to go on a weekend break to Chicago. We stayed at Hostelling International and took advantage of their complementary breakfasts… 236 more words

Ciara Cohen-Ennis

A Weekend Away to Another World

Hello all!

I have officially lost track of the days! Where have they all gone, and why do they have to go so quickly!

I got back on Monday afternoon from an unbelievable weekend in our wonderful Peak District, and I can’t  remember when I last felt so relaxed. 334 more words


UK Weekend Break- Oxford

Ah, Oxford. Home of the great Oxford University…and that’s it!  The university is almost 1000 years old (which is crazy, although women were not allowed in until 1875, and not allowed to get full degrees until 1920 and even then the number of women was limited by a quota). 232 more words