Amsterdam Camp-sterdam

Arriving in Amsterdam I was quite dubious at the idea of camping, not that I don’t love the outdoors or camping for that matter, but how on earth would it be possible in a city such as Amsterdam. Well, that is where Camping Zeeburg is so different because across the bridge from the main it…

Cycling The City Of Amsterdam

When it comes to travelling through Amsterdam you have a few options, the most expensive being cabs, then trams and buses and of course, the wonderful bicycle! Being on a bike gives you such an advantage, it means you don’t have to wait for anyone else, it means you can be free and discover as…

If You Go Down To The Woods Today…

I think it is fair to say – I am always hungry. It is really important for me to have snacks especially when I am on the move, seeing as this Summer I am trying to explore as much as I can and submerge myself in as much nature as humanly possible, it has been…

Perfect Pizza at Paradise Slice

I prepared myself to taste good pizza at Paradise Slice, as I had read rave reviews and thought it only right I eat some myself to verify. They have a few different vegan pizzas, I have tried 4 and they were all pretty decent. I popped in to take a slice and then returned the…

Trails Through Thornham Magna

I never thought that a place in England could be so beautiful, ignorant I know and certainly eye opening to think that from Liverpool Street, you could reach Thornham Magna in under 2 hours on the train and you would be in a sheer nirvana of nature. Down trails encased by trees, mossy logs and…

Burrowing Through Burgh St Peter

When it comes to walking in the countryside, who doesn’t want to be surrounded by hay fields and woods? With picturesque windmills dotted around and a wealth of history whilst staying in Burgh St Peter, I had a lot to learn about. I took a nice long walk down the country lanes and through a…

Superb Swattesfield (and Dave)

I had already had a preview of the landscape before arriving at Swattesfield, during my taxi ride from Diss and Thornham Magna. That was before I knew about the Thornham walks or Dave. Before I go any further into describing this wonderful place, I would like to say a huge ‘thank you’ to the man…

Bravo Brambells Glamping

Arriving at Brambells glamping site was quite a wonderful thing, the farm itself was vast and had a real sense of character and undeniable charm. The horses were the first animals to been seen, though there were ducks, chickens, pigs, cats and geese too. It was simply wonderful, for an animal lover such as myself to have…

Piglet On The Move

Having always been a camper but never a glamper the world of possibilities I left to be a complete mystery until arrival. I don’t often like surprises but on this occasion I thought it necessary! I have been wanting to travel the beauty spots of England for such a long time and Europe is a…

Globe Trotting Piglet

When I first started this blog it was purely based on the vegan food that I eat and how easy it is to eat it. Being vegan for 2 years now, I want to show how you can eat these meals pretty much anywhere your heart desires and for me, all I have ever wanted…

First Class Four to Eight

Just off of Aldwych lies Four to Eight, named on the premise that Italian food has four to eight ingredients only, in each dish. This I discovered when speaking with the wonderful owner. On arrival this stunning restaurant looked inviting, we were greeted immediately and served some much required ice cold water! When we first…

Chocolate X Love

I love chocolate. There, I’ve said it and if you didn’t already know, now you do. I am a fully confessed chocoholic, whose idea of too much chocolate is yet to be discovered, (I’m 27). Since being vegan, dark chocolate has been something I have welcomed into my life with open arms, and the quality…