T5W: Unrelated Book Covers

118368I’m starting to get out of the habit of preparing and writing posts with any form of planning, or before the last second of the day. It’s a shame, but at least I am keeping up with things, eh?

If you want to find out more, or take part in, Top 5 Wednesday, click here to find Lainey and Samantha’s Goodreads page. Continue reading “T5W: Unrelated Book Covers”

Books, General, Travel

Bout of Books – Day 7

I cant believe it is day 7 already, and that the end is here!! Where has the week gone?! I hope you have all had a great Bout of Books 12, and that you have done as much reading as you hoped you would, and if you haven’t, I hope you have enjoyed what you have managed to finish! Continue reading “Bout of Books – Day 7”

Books, General, The 140 Character Review

The 140 character book review – Catch-up

I have read so many books in recent times, that I have decided to split the reviews over two posts. Partly because I can only cope with posts being so long, partly so readers can actually search for the review of the book they want if they actually feel like it (please, feel like it!!) and also because I can see my blog post number rise (I know, how sad). Continue reading “The 140 character book review – Catch-up”

General, Travel

Toppling Hell’s Angels

I am starting to get used to waking up early with an alarm. And I am starting to get used to wanting to get up early to make the most of my day. Not that the latter applied today, we were up early to get on a 4hr bus journey to Hue. Hue may as well be Pluto I know that little about it. Jade and I are trying to save money where we can at the moment, so when we saw bread rolls and cold meats at breakfast, we decided we would ‘acquire’ lunch from the breakfast buffet. May as well make the most out of the included meals when you can. Dad would have been proud. Continue reading “Toppling Hell’s Angels”

Books, General, Travel

September TBR (and a vague August Haul re-cap)

So last week’s TBR went absolutely atrociously. I got no reading done (well, about 35 pages of The Perks of Being a Wallflower.) I did have a successful read-a-thon, however, so let’s take a glass half full approach and look for the positives. Clearly setting the target was good for me, I just had a lot on last week, and wasn’t very well, never productive reading circumstances. Continue reading “September TBR (and a vague August Haul re-cap)”