In mid-September, Alex and I flew off to Alicante for a week of much needed rest and recuperation. I hadn’t had a week off since January, so without realising it, I had been driving myself, physically and mentally, into the ground. Alex had just finished his Masters and also needed to get away from it all.
I have only ever known about Alicante as the airport, after spending so many of my summers flying in then driving down to Torreveija. We had a fantastic week of exploring a new city and seeing what Alicante had to offer.
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The latest art installation in Queen Victoria’s Square is now in place and it quickly became as popular on social media as the Blade was.
The Weeping Window Poppies will be in Hull city centre until May 14th, and if you’re in the area, you simply must go see them.
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In my last post about the goings on in Hull (UK City of Culture 2017), I mentioned the importance of the Renewable Energy industry in the future of the city. Basically, a big company called Siemens announced a big investment (lots of £££’s) and lots of jobs in Hull – its biggest project being wind turbines.
I can tell I’m thrilling you. It’s exciting for the city, I promise. In an effort to rouse more excitement around this, check out what landed in Queen Victoria’s Square…
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