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Hi! I'm Rachel...
…a former festival organiser and promotor, turned blogger and digital marketer from Newcastle. Being a Geordie I obviously know a thing or two about partying! Most weekends you can find me seaking out the best places to eat, drink and play both in the UK and abroad.
As a last-minute pre-Christmas get away, my boyfriend and I decided to jet off to Tenerife for a week. The last few months have been hectic as hell, what with moving house, work and all of the festive events we were more than ready for a flop and drop holiday with plenty of sunshine. The Canary Islands are well known for having fabulous weather year-round, and so many of our family and friends had raved about Tenerife, so it was a no-brainer when we were deciding where to book for our winter sun break.
The other day, Good ‘ol Facebook memories flashed up a pretty weird incident that happened when I was backpacking around Thailand 3 years ago, my first ever experience of police corruption in Asia! The incident went down like this…
With St Patrick’s day just a week away, and sadly many of the Paddy’s Day parades and events now cancelled, I thought I’d share with you a my favourite Irish recipes for you to try at home. This Irish soda bread with cheese and herbs is so simple and quick, because unlike most breads it doesn’t require any kneading or proving time, you just mix it together and bung it in the oven.
Want to know the where, when and how to buy Glastonbury Tickets? Well you’re in the right place! I like to think of myself as a bit of a pro in bagging the elusive golden tickets to Worthy Farm. I’m currently running on a 100% success rate woohooo (brag brag etc.) If you hadn’t realised, buying Glastonbury tickets is pretty nails. There are usually over 1 million people trying for just 135,000 tickets every year, and most years they sell out in 30 minutes flat.
My weekend at Music Republic Festival, Vietnam: Squat toilets in the dark and feeling like a Z list celebrity
Ever since I arrived in Asia I’d been looking for festivals to go to. I love the buzz of waiting in line, ticket in hand listening to the massive bass of the sound check. Standing in a field with lots of like-minded people to enjoy good music is totally my jam. Plus,...
late May Bank holiday weekend is the unofficial start of festival season in the UK, and with that in mind I couldn’t resist the urge to get a cheeky early festi in to whet the appetite. Lost Village Festival in Lincolnshire seemed like the perfect place to warm up for...
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Potato Head beach club Bali: All the essential info
I love a good beach club: sunbathing, cocktails, food, music and generally feeling like a queen on your day bed, everything I want out of a relaxing holiday. However, going to a super popular beach club at one of the busiest times of year requires a little bit of planning to get the most out of the experience, no one wants to be all excited for the club, then find they can’t get in (this happened to friends of mine!) So I thought I’d share a few nuggets of wisdom from my day at Potato Head Beach Club Bali, so that you can get the most out of your visit too.