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It was a Saturday night and Kip Moore was in town playing at O2 ABC Glasgow. I had been looking forward to Kip’s return ever since he supported Lady Antebellum last March at the Clyde […]Read More
A few nights ago we attended a gig at Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh to see Will Robert perform his first Scottish gig. As it was my first time at this music venue I was quite […]Read More
I mentioned in my previous post that I’m not a regular public transport user. So it’s unusual for me to say that I’ve been on not just one but two forms of public transport in […]Read More
I’m a proud member of the Muscular Dystrophy Trailblazers, which is a network of young disabled campaigners. One of our campaigns is to improve the accessibility of public transport. So it was exciting when they […]Read More
We all have those ‘can’t live without’ items in our daily lives – mobile phones, laptops, tablets etc. Pretty much anything that has WiFi connection. That goes for when we travel too. Of course, these items come […]Read More