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Blogstock Festival

August 25th, 2015 by Cherié


Blogstock, the worlds first Blogging festival. Held at the beautiful Aldenham Country Park campgrounds in Elstree about twenty five minutes outside of London by train. Blogging and camping are not the two words that come to mind but the brilliant minds behind the Traverse team decided to bring the blogging conference outdoors. It was a […]

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Yummy Bread Pudding

Eating London Food Tour

September 17th, 2014 by Cherié


I love food, simple as that. Coming from a family of cooks; one of which is a world renowned chef that has penned several cookbooks and is currently working with one of the recent Top Chef winners. A sister who always experimented with food; she would create a huge tower of croquembouche, a french delicacy […]

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Storybook London

May 22nd, 2014 by Cherié


A burst of cool, crisp air rushes from the tunnel as a train plows through, it is a nice change from the musky, hot air in the tube station. As you’re pushed, shoved and rushed onto the train, like a school of sardines in a tin can. I don’t mind though… I feel complete with […]

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“Planes, Trains and Automobiles”: My CheapOair Article..

May 7th, 2010 by Cherié


Hello all! Not to long ago I was asked to write a guest post for CheapOair You can imagine how excited I was. My article was based on traveling in England as a Deaf person. Traveling with a disability can be tough, so I thought I would write an article on what to expect when […]

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The Old Man and Canterbury

June 9th, 2008 by Cherié


An old man sitting in the chair at the local café, with his grey five o’clock shadow and black beanie hat, looking disheveled but oddly put together in the weird way that he was. His thick glasses resting on the bridge of his nose, it gave way to his age. He couldn’t have been more […]

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Canterbury Tales

May 21st, 2008 by Cherié


OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: CANTERBURY, ENGLAND Approximately two hours south of London lies a sleepy, quaint, and charming town. The town was made famous by Geoffrey Chaucer in his legendary story entitled ” The Canterbury Tales”. Walking down the cobblestone streets, narrow passageways leading to another part of the town. One street after the other, […]

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London Calling

May 21st, 2008 by Cherié


When you think of London, what comes to mind? The Black Taxi Cabs, Big Ben Tower, The London Eye, Double Decker buses,Teas and Scones, Fish and Chips, or dare I say Marmite? A spread loved and hated by many… Of course, a lot comes to mind when London is mentioned in a conversation. It is […]

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