My IncrEdible day out at Kew Gardens!

 

Always fancied rowing a slice of papaya through an interactive floating pineapple or entering a secret banana grotto? Well that’s exactly what I did this week when I visited Kew Gardens!

 The gardens summer festival IncrEdibles opens this weekend, which celebrates the weird and wonderful food we eat that originates from plants.

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Thailand

Situated between the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Thailand; this country offers everything: breath-taking scenery, gorgeous sandy beaches, warm, crystal clear waters, friendly locals and mouth-watering delicacies – all within the price range of the budget conscious traveller.

Thailand has become one of the top destinations for travellers as it offers culture and nightlife, within enchanting natural surroundings. One thing is for certain, how ever long you stay you will never get bored.

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Backstage at Reading Festival

Over the August Bank Holiday weekend I, along with 90,000 other music fans, descended on Little John’s Farm for this year’s Reading Festival.

I love going to festivals, but despite being a local have only actually been to Reading for one day back in 2007. This year however I was heading backstage to report on the Festival and interview the bands for View TV.

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