If you've read my last blog post, then you'll know that we visited Krakow with the intention of just using it as a base to visit Auschwitz, and I said I would make a separate post for that trip, well, here it is.Read More
At the time of writing this blog post, it's currently early June 2017, which is almost 9 months after we were on holiday visiting some of these spots around Europe. I probably should explain the absence, right?
It was literally just down to time, and not having enough of it, then also maybe the fact that I had some problems with Wordpress, which were actually resolved eventually, but I've not transitioned to Squarespace, so bear with me a bit.
Anyway, let's get back to it. Now where were we? I left the last blog post in Prague as we were about to embark on an overnight train from Prague to Krakow in Poland.Read More
Leaving from Berlin, again by train, we travelled to Prague in the Czech Republic, which was a much more pleasant train journey than from Gdansk to Berlin, but I guess you come to expect that from the German's, they're pretty damn good at that sort of thing. We weren't planning on making this into a thing, but after these train journeys and what not, we were super lazy when it came to finding our way to our accomodation via public transport so into a taxi we went!Read More
Emma's car needed to go into the garage for some warranty recall thing, and the garage is in Elgin which is a little over an hour away from Aberdeen, so it called for an early start on Saturday, and I wasn't best pleased with that.
However, after all the garage formalities and stuff were over, I was in a bit of a better mood because Emma suggested that we take the long tourist route home and that meant that I got to swing past some of my favourite spots along that route back to Aberdeen.Read More
It was absolutely pouring down one Sunday not too long ago, when I decided to go in a little mood because I was sick to death of the rain, and just wanted to go outside and explore for a change.
So I dragged Emma out to New Slains Castle to inevitably get soaked and battered with the gale force winds, but what else you gonna do on a Sunday, right?Read More
Just in case you missed it, New Balance opened a flagship store in London on Oxford Street, and they were set to celebrate in style on the evening of Thursday 27th October.
Myself and Rob headed down to represent NB Gallery and catch up with friends and to meet a load of new ones, as well as sample the load of prosecco that was on offer... or maybe I was the only one drinking the prosecco.Read More
I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to head to Paris for HANON and with Le Coq Sportif to attend the Le Coq Sportif x LOOK Cycle Event, which was held at the Vélodrome de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.Read More
Hanon and Diadora team up for Autumn ’16 and are proud to release the ‘Tuscan Racer’ - a collaborative edition of Diadora’s V.7000 running shoe and a favourite silhouette of ours from their ‘90 archive.Read More
We arrived into Berlin a little bit before 2pm, and then just hopped into a taxi and headed to where we were staying for the next few days - The Circus Hostel, in Berlin's Mitte district. There's nothing worse than travelling for a long-ish period of time and then have to drag luggage around public transport and then unfamiliar streets in search of your accomodation.Read More
If you're from Scotland, then there's a chance that you've probably drove the A90 between Dundee and Perth and maybe you've noticed, or maybe you haven't, but right before you go cross the Friarton Bridge over the River Tay heading southbound, Kinnoull Hill is on your right with it's tower sat atop right on the edge.
Well, every single time we drive past, we always say how we want to go up there, and finally, we done just that!Read More