Posts Tagged: 'travel'
Those of you that frequent my blog on a regular basis will know that I am a big fan of Bellroy’s lovely wallets and leather goods. I was chatting with the lovely Nashata from Bellroy about their new range of bags – the Duo Work Bag is on my Christmas list – and was delighted to Continue Reading
Obviously Photoshopped but also so very true. Cornwall is one of my favourite places and to me the almost complete lack of phone and data coverage is a feature not an issue.
I don’t understand Giant Wallet Syndrome™ – the need to carry all of your cards, all of the time, in your wallet, and in your back pocket. For example: When I started working in London, catching the tube everyday I became aware of the vulnerability of carrying all my cards and finances in my back pocket, Continue Reading
A stunning piece of architecture and a great museum.
It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country Continue Reading
Tom Bihn contacted me after I reviewed their Western Flyer travel bag, and asked if I would like to review their Ristretto laptop bag. They didn’t need to ask twice, and just a few days later UPS were at my door, sadly with another customs bill, but we won’t go into that. I’d originally planned Continue Reading
I’ve just returned from the latest, and sadly final, New Adventures in Web Design conference in Nottingham, and once again my Tom Bihn Western Flyer was my luggage of choice. My Western Flyer has quickly become one of my favourite, and most used pieces of luggage. I love it, and so thought I’d write a Continue Reading
I’m on “the train”. I emphasise “the train” as when I was a child this was the train. This train runs from Bletchley to Bedford, stopping at two of the villages I grew up in. My Grandparents lived in Bedford, and so when I went to visit them I’d travel along this line. My bike would Continue Reading
I think this all purpose postcard is marvellous; just tick the boxes, and pop it in the post. From now on I shall address all postcards Dear Cads.