If We Were Having Coffee – The Two Month Edition

The last two months have been busy, crazy, frenetic and thrilling, so I suspect if we were having coffee it’d be a flat white in my hot little hand.

Wawel Castle Krakow Adventures of a London Kiwi

I’ve been working my little freelance tailbone off, booking 2020 adventures, going on 2019 adventures, dreaming about the future, making goals, then summarily ignoring those goals… I’ve spent a lot of time on my laptop and thinking about social media srategy. 

In the UK:

I got sent to Coventry on an afternoon tea fuelled staycation with a couple of brilliant friends…

Afternoon Tea Coventry

…enjoyed several delicious meals in London…

…revisited some ancient mystical sandstone bastions of Druidic history on a girl’s weekend on the coast, sharing a few tips I’ve picked up since I visited 10 years ago…

Visiting Stonehenge

…and enjoyed a spot of London afternoon tea (or two – a beautiful one on Park Lane, and one with a tiger or two on Fleet Street).

Over on the continent:

We explored the Champagne region, getting to know Reims and Epernay…

What to do in Rheims France

…slipped over to Prague on a girl’s weekend

Best Things do to in Prague

…I finally shared my trip to Krakow to see the dragon, not to mention Wawel Castle, a sprawling patchwork of history – personal and political stories that you can explore on foot. I learned that the Wawel Royal Castle and the Wawel Hill constitute the most historically and culturally significant site in the country…

…and some of my blogger friends shared their favourite long weekend destinations.

Paris Girls Trip

Like I said, it’s been a busy crazy, frenetic and thrilling couple of months. And worth every second.

In so far as blog posts recently that I’d share if we were having coffee, I’ve been loving Angie & Oscars adventures, getting all the New Zealand homesickness because of Jessi’s posts, Aaron made me cry – again – with his beautiful collaborative blog post about his family and an unexpected connection, and I’m really rather curious about Catherine’s latest London restaurant discoveries.

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