Posted on February 26, 2015
Just thought I would share my opinion on last nights BRIT awards ceremony. It was great!!! Ant and Dec were great presenters and everyone who won awards definitely deserved them. Being a self confessed ‘swiftie'(Taylor Swift fan) I was so happy to see that Taylor won the best international artist award she definitely deserves it. Congrats on your first of many to come BRIT awards Taylor!! Some other notable achievements were Ed Sheeran winning two awards as did Sam Smith. However the night wasn’t all fun for everyone. The 57 year old singer Madonna had a bit of what you would call ‘wardrobe malfunction’ she was wisked backwards when her cape failed to release from around her neck. Oops!! But luckily she was ok!
Overall the night was a great success and many people we recognised for what they do best!! I can’t wait for next years awards!
Updated on July 3, 2015
My face tends to be quite sensitive and I can hardly ever find a face wash, moisturiser, cleanser and toner that doesn’t bring me out in a large red rash across my face and is a reasonable price. Then I found simple products.
It was actually my auntie who first gave me some simple products, she had seen them on offer and thought I might like to give them a go because they work well for her. So, I tried them. It was amazing, the face wash wasn’t harsh on my face and the moisturiser didn’t make my face feel greasy or clogged.
Last week, I noticed that the simple purifying cleanser and toner were available. I have used cleanser and toner before but it was my mums and it was really expensive so I thought I would buy my own that I know will agree with my sensitive skin. These two products when used in conjunction with each other, work wonders. It is great for taking any trace of make up left on your skin from the day and they make my skin feel smooth and soft.
I also like the fact that simple products have so many vitamins in them, that are good for your skin. Overall, Simple products are simply amazing and I can’t wait to try more products and see how it goes.
Posted on February 17, 2015
Recently, I was privileged enough to visit Berlin for a 4 day cultural trip. I enjoyed every minute of it. We visited many of the tourist type places such as the fernsehturm (TV tower) and Check point Charlie. Before visiting Germany’s capital I knew next to nothing about World War 2, but I learnt so much whilst I was on this trip. As well as the historical side I really enjoyed practising my German in Berlin. I used to live in Germany so I had a little bit of understanding already, I had never been to Northern Germany so it was a new experience for me.
One of the highlights was definitely going up the TV tower, the view from the top was great and we could see for miles ahead of us. I also enjoyed the river cruise we went on. A pre recorded tape told us all about what was around us in both English and German which meant I could practice my listening skills
I stayed in a room with some friends who had never been to Germany before. We switched on the TV in our room and put some cartoons on in the hope that we might hear some words that were familiar to us and the first thing we heard was “AUF WIEDERSEHEN DIE KATZE!” and so it kind of became the motto of the trip.
Overall I thought Berlin is an amazing city and there is always something to do or see. I would definitely recommend you visit if you haven’t already.
Updated on September 3, 2018
I have recently visited Looe campsite in Cornwall.
This campsite is amazing with many things to do on site and around the area you will never get bored.
All the staff are friendly and always help you out They give you a choice of pitches and you choose which one you want and they send someone down to help you set up you caravan or motor home.
On the site there is a swimming pool, tennis courts and a mini golf course I recommend trying them all .
In the town of Looe there are many opportunities to try a traditional Cornish pasty they are delicious also try a Cornish ice cream I ate many over my holiday! In addition to this, there are lots of places along the harbor to go crabbing. Not forgetting the amusement park too, hours could be spent in there though unfortunately we had to leave due to not long left on the parking. Looe is a lovely town and well worth a visit.
Polperro is a picturesque place with many quirky shops you will most certainly be able to grab a bargain. Also Polperro was known for its fishing and smuggling and has a very interesting museum. In the town or by the harbor there are many lovely cafes and restaurants.
We went to Bodmin just 35 mins away to visit the triple mini roundabout which has now been made a double mini roundabout my Dad knew about it because he had to drive round it on his driving test.
Also we went to St Austell brewery 45 mins away as my Dad wanted to see the new refurbishments that had been done since he came last. Even though it is an adults thing it was sort of fun looking at all the machinery and how the beer is made.
Although it is an hour away Newquay is a wonderful place to visit with its gorgeous beach and lovely cream teas it is a highly populated place. It has many shops and places to eat .
Overall this is my opinion of the site xx
Updated on September 3, 2018
We not long ago bought a hamster from pets at home . We had thought about it when Jim (colleague from my Mum and Dad’s office) decided to get one . unfortunately Jim named his Dave which we would of done. So instead we named him BERNARD.
Now this is the weird part, me and my dad didn’t actually go in for a hamster we went in to get Betty’s ( our dog) favourite food so we took her with us. Dad and I agreed to have a “look” at the hamsters. Yet we came out with dog food and a hamster and its accessories.
My friend also has a hamster its called caramel its exactly the opposite colour its brown all around and has white spots when Bernard has a white body and brown spots.
Updated on September 3, 2018
This camp site is beautiful, wild and fun. Ferry meadows has a one way system like lots of other caravan club sites. It has clean facilitates great showers and good toilets. There is a little playground for kids between 5-10 and a little bit of grass to play a game of rounders, tennis, baseball….etc.