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Doing Disney Solo!

I’m currently on day seven of my Disney World Vlogs on my YouTube Channel. I thought it would be worth giving the overall low down of the solo trip now and how and why it worked. I could wait until the end, as I do cover this topic from my …

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Climbing Roseberry Topping

Last weekend something hit me that occasionally happens, often on a Sunday. I just get a bit down. It wasn’t that I was drastically down, just a bit morose. Why it often happens on a Sunday I don’t fully know, but it is what it is. What came out of …

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Disney World 2016 – The Best of Days

After the conflicted end to the first day of the trip I was determined to just make a go of it today. I knew if I let the rot set in that would be it and in a couple more days I’d be really just wanting to go home. The …

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Disney World 2016 – Not The Greatest of Days

First days. Long flights. Staying up for an epic amount of hours. US customs. Having the Magic Kingdom the very first park I was going to visit on my holiday? What the hell was I thinking? Looking back at that sequence of events at the end of the day (on …

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Disney World 2016 – Of vLogs and Solo Holidays

So, I’ve posted my first vLog. Well, my first vlog that has been made public, there has been a couple of experiments that have stayed set to private, such as uploading, camera, outside vlogging and quality tests. The vlog is part of an experiment, part of that experiment has passed and …

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Planning….Disney Style

Since deciding to go on this crazy ass solo trip to Disney World there has been various degree of planning. The good news is, as all of this has kicked in, I haven’t had the ‘what have I done?’ moment yet. This means my subconscious is pretty secure in the …

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Solo Disney…WTF!?!

As you can probably guess from the title I’ve booked my first solo holiday and it’s to Disney World. I’m guessing, if anyone is reading this, they’re thinking I’m totally insane. Two weeks at a location that is for kids and, at best, families. I used to get this even …

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Summer Is Over

October has rolled around. If we’re lucky we get a late summer during September, which we’ve sort of got this year, but as we hurtle into October it becomes clear that summer has well and truly ended. We’ve had the first sub-zero temperatures, albeit only in certain locations. It’s started …

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