Two peas in a pod: A stay at Glencoe Riverbed Lodges

The stretch between December and March/April can seem fairly eternal. With the excitement of Christmas behind us, the next cause for celebration is the distant promise of leaves on trees, the long Easter weekend and the ability to gorge shamelessly on chocolate eggs. SO, this is precisely why it’s the perfect time to book a getaway and give yourself a…
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Four days in Prague

Prague: a city known for its architecture, history, gastronomy and magnetism for British stag dos. The latter being, oddly, the reason I came to this city second time round (the first I was interrailing aged 20 with my best friend – enough said.) No, I wasn’t on a stag do, the boy was – and since flights were insanely cheap…
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Studio Emma

Every so often you stumble upon such an aesthetically pleasing Instagram page that your scrolling thumb eventually begins to stiffen in protest. This is what happened when I discovered the glorious profile of Emma McDowall – the brain child behind Edinburgh-based homeware brand Studio Emma. KK and I went along to her studio to find out more about how Emma’s…
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Have you tried? Hemma’s new menu

Back in August, myself and fellow blogging comrade KK (whose photos I have appropriated for this blog post, FYI) were invited to try Hemma’s brunch menu for the first time. I’m sure you all remember me waxing lyrical about the unforgettable Eggs Brando, and if you don’t, here’s a reminder – IT IS EXCELLENT (no I won’t make that tired old…
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Hollow followings

I know this is a controversial way to start a blog post, but I think you lot can probably deal with it. You know when you quite like someone and then realise they vote Tory? Well, this is exactly the feeling I get when I realise people have bought their Instagram followers. It’s that sinking feeling of disappointment, pursued by…
Edinburgh
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