Finally leaving the student life behind

After staying in education for as long as humanly possible, I can finally say I am no longer a student! Aled and I both graduated this weekend, and we are now officially doctors! Yay! Cambridge graduations are an experience in themselves… A brief description: we met in the senior common room at our college (we […]

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Hints of Spring & Becoming A member of the National Trust

Happy Sunday!! I haven’t posted on here for a whiiiiiiiile. I blame it on wedding planning & honeymoon dreaming. Honestly, every weekend these pass few months has been meeting with suppliers / designing table signs / and writing endless to-do lists! But now that the weather is (maybe, for now) looking a little nicer, we’re […]

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Looking Back on 2017: The year I became Dr Kimmy!!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!! I can’t quite believe I’m writing this post…. how is it the end of 2017 already?!? This year has FLOWN by.  I got to travel to some pretty wonderful places… This year has been pretty awesome for travel. We started the year in the Lake District, where we were treated to beautiful […]

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Travel on a Budget: How to Save Money In Norway

So here it is … the last (and belated) of my posts on our recent trip to Norway! This makes me sad…. because now I feel like the trip is really over (haha!). Norway is a truly incredible country  – I mean, I’ve been able to squeeze SEVEN blog posts out of a two-and-a-half day […]

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My first AirBnb experience – was it worth the hype?

Since becoming a ‘sort-of’ member of the travel blogging community (I’m trying to get into twitter at the moment…It’s such a great way to chat to other bloggers.. but it’s also a platform that I’m not that naturally drawn to….. which is weird…. because it’s the one social media platform where I feel it’s okay […]

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Fall in New England: Woodstock and Queechee, VT

Visiting New England in the fall has been on my bucket list for a while. We spent three days road-trippin’ through this gorgeous autumn-lover’s paradise this October. We spent our first day in Shelburne and Stowe, which you can read about here. On our second day, we decided to explore the area around the iconic […]

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Fall in New England: Shelburne & Stowe

I’ve always wanted to experience the New England fall. Autumn is my favourite season at home, and the Americans just do it much, much better. So, after a short, but sweet, stay in New York City, we hopped on a Greyhound bus to Boston to collect our car. By the way, I would THOROUGHLY recommend […]

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New York City Part 2: Downtown Manhattan

  New York is honestly one of my favourite cities in the world. A cliché, I know. I’m really not a city person – I find them stuffy, crowded and stressful. You could say New York is all three of those things, but for some reason I just don’t care and always want to go […]

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New York City Part 1: Central Park & Midtown Manhattan

New York is honestly one of my favourite cities in the world. A cliché, I know. I’m really not a city person – I find them stuffy, crowded and stressful. You could say New York is all three of those things, but for some reason I just don’t care and always want to go back. […]

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8 Hours Exploring Beautiful Bergen

We recently spent a long weekend in Norway. The main reason for our trip was to hike Trolltunga, but we also spent some time road-trippin’ around the Hardangerfjord region. To reach the fjord, we flew into Bergen – Norway’s second largest city. On the last day of our trip our flight home wasn’t until around […]

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