Just in case you missed it, New Balance opened a flagship store in London on Oxford Street, and they were set to celebrate in style on the evening of Thursday 27th October.
Myself and Rob headed down to represent NB Gallery and catch up with friends and to meet a load of new ones, as well as sample the load of prosecco that was on offer… or maybe I was the only one drinking the prosecco. Continue reading London – NB Flagship Store and Roof Hangs
Trying to make the most of the long days and light nights, as well as the lack of rain for a change, we turned off the F1 and the tennis, and we headed north of Aberdeen to Fyvie – a small village in Aberdeenshire, to check out Fyvie Castle.
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In our quest for puffins, and our mild success of spotting two puffins at Bullers of Buchan, we headed out to Fowlsheugh, which is a coastal nature reserve just south of Stonehaven, and is well known for it’s high cliffs and the thousands and thousands of seabirds which nest here.
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Last October myself and Emma took a drive to Bullers of Buchan which is just north of Aberdeen, and learned that this was actually a good spot to see puffins when they are nesting, however, with it being October, we were a little out of season.
In the post I wrote back in October, which you can check out here, we said we’d be back, and that’s exactly what we done last Sunday.
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Back in November, we visited London to attend the Crepe City sneaker festival, you can check that post here, but we stayed down in London a little longer as Emma had a skating competition a couple of days after, so during their practice and what not, I had around four hours to kill, so I done a little sightseeing.
Combining the London underground with a bit of walking, it’s pretty crazy just how much you can see in a short space of time, and please excuse the haze.
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By now, I’ve spent so much time in London over the last few years, it almost feels like a bit of a second home. I never tire of visiting, whether it’s for a sneaker event, or for a weekend away with Emma. This was my third trip of the year to London so far (not much in reality but it’s more than anywhere else I’ve been this year), and we were mainly going down so Emma could fulfil her little obsession with this above average singer named Adele, but we figured we’d make a weekend out of it.
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