Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Travel: Bristol and beyond - an exciting new venture


The day has finally come for me to announce two very exciting things for Oyster & Pearl. I haven't written a blog post in over a fortnight but there is a good reason for it, honest. Here's what I've been up to.
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Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Interiors: DFS and Team GB team up to create Britannia


This is a paid for advertorial with DFS

I can't believe the Olympics have come around again so soon. Doesn't feel like four years have passed since the last one, does it? I remember the buzz around the London 2012 games - visiting the capital, we came across mascot statues at every turn, and stumbled into the victory parade where athletes walked the streets between London landmarks.
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Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Travel: Glamping weekend in Dorset with Honeybuns

Glamping weekend in Dorset with Honeybuns gluten-free cakes

I hate camping. There, I said it. Yes, I know the great outdoors is all kinds of good for you and I know you can take airbeds and duvets and a few minor comforts of home to compensate for the hard ground and the condensation and the crouching over. But by the time you've gone to all that trouble I think you might as well stay in an actual building. An unfashionable opinion, maybe, but I'm getting too long in the tooth to worry about that.

Honeybuns is a bakery based on an old dairy farm deep in the Dorset countryside. If there's one thing I do like it's a cake, so when Honeybuns invited us to stay in the 1940s cedar clad caravan on their farm we were thrilled. Putting aside any fresh air apprehension, we said yes.
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