What is worse than trying to get from your sun lounger to the pool across 20m of scalding hot flag stones? Oh er nothing? Thanks to this ungodly holiday torture, flip flops are the first things I pack for holidays.
This year I tried Havaianas for the very first time…..
This season, Kate Moss has expanded her current lipstick collection with Rimmel to include 5 new Nude shades that are intended to be ‘shades for all’.
With a promised 8hr lasting finish, let’s take a look more closely at two shades….
Travelling as a family can be an extremely stressful ordeal, as you’re always trying to ensure that everyone is enjoying themselves and getting to do all the activities they’d hope for. Fortunately, there are plenty of great destinations that have a wide variety of activities and sites available to do and explore, meaning everyone in your family can have a fun and relaxing vacation. So here are four of the best destinations to bring your kids on your next holiday.
Newcastle has always had a bit of a reputation for being a great night out – it’s got a huge range of fab nightclubs and bars with a Northern price tag. Known to many as the setting for the eponymous Geordie Shore, there’s so much more than just fake tan and cheap vodka. It’s a city brimming with history, art, and easy access to the beautiful Northumbrian countryside. If you’re planning a stag do in Newcastle, you won’t be alone, as it’s one of the top 10 destinations in the UK. Here’s some ideas to get you started.
Did your parents ever tell you that when the Ice Cream man rings their bell it means they have nothing left? Cruel or genius? For a long time I grew up in the countryside and didn’t have an ice cream van for a long time.
Back in 2009, I visited the Banksy exhibit in Bristol curated by the man of mystery himself. The focus point was of course, an ice cream van.
Below you’ll find a cool, nifty infographic about the evolution of the humble ice cream van and how it has changed.