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#74 Watch a Formula 1 Grand Prix live – COMPLETE

From the ear piercing roars of the engines as they fly down the home straight to the nail biting hair pin corners to be manueved whilst aquaplaning – even for the non Formula 1 fans out there a day at the races is must for any lifetime. I would be lying if I said i […]

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#79 Ride something bigger than a horse – COMPLETE

A trip to India wouldn’t be complete without a sunset safari into the desert and what better way to travel then on the back of a local camel.

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#99 Dinner at Dans Le Noir

Forget dinner by candlelight, why don’t we eat in total darkness? Dans Le Noir, which literally means “in the dark,” gives a whole new meaning to eating with your senses. “Diners at Dans Le Noir have little knowledge of the entrées, appetizers, desert, and wine choice of their meal, which is primarily inspired by French […]

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#98 Attend a Future Cinema event: Bugsy Malone at Fat Sam’s Grand Slam Speak Easy

“We could have been anything that we wanted to be” I cheerfully sing as I book the tickets to Future Cinema’s production of Alan Parkers charming gangster classic. Bugsy Malone has always been a huge favourite of mine, as a child I would sit there with my sister in pure awe as I watch the […]

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Dr. Venkman & Iceman run 6 miles for Sport Relief

After a slow start to the year, I have finally doubled my achievement count to an almighty 2 out of 101… and my god did I do it in style! Last Sunday I joined thousands of people across the UK raise funds to help people living unimaginably tough lives as I took park in the […]

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Food, Wine & Photography with Tom Aikens & David Griffen

Social media week is well underway and I was extremely honoured not only to do a workshop with one of the most respected food photographers in the industry, but in the company of award winning chef, @TomAikens, at his very own Tom’s Kitchen. To give you a quick 101, social media week is a week […]

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Volunteering in Africa – where to begin and how not to get ripped off

Spending time in Africa and volunteering on a wildlife or marine conservation project is one of my top items on the list. From a young age I’ve had a strong love for the wild, will escape to the seaside at any given opportunity or visit the local zoo where ever I happen to be visiting. […]

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War Horse Movie Premier in Leicester Square – #83 Complete

Yesterday evening I got my bucket list* off to a sterling start by attending the eagerly awaited movie premier of War Horse, the movie adaption of Michael Morpurgo’s 1982 children’s novel. The whole experience was an absolute spectacle, from walking down the red carpet with hordes of people wondering if I am famous or not, to having Sir Steven Spielberg only […]

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