The February Round-Up | By Harrison

So this was an idea I’ve only just thought of, hence me not doing one in January. But as I’m so terribly bad at sticking to monthly favourites, I thought I’d do a Monthly Round-up. Talking you through the good, the bad & the ugly of that month. So, let’s begin.

// Paris \\

The start of the month saw me fly to Paris and have 4 days of pure tourism, photo taking and good food eating. Paris is definitely in my top 3 favourite cities and having the opportunity to visit whilst it was snowing was just pure magic. For me, this was the perfect way to begin the month.

// Wild Wood \\

February was also the month that saw me fall in love with a new restaurant. Wild Wood in Bournemouth has quickly become my new hang out spot. Their baked brie and hoisin duck pizza are amongst some of my favourites. What’s even better, they accept the Tastecard!

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// The Shadow Ban \\

This month however was not all good. I found myself being Shadow Banned on Instagram for the first time ever. I’ve done an entire blog post about me giving up on Instagram >> HERE << This has been the most disheartening thing for me this month. I absolutely love Instagram and sharing my pictures, so for them not to get the credit they deserve is pretty crappy. I guess I’ve just got to hope the ban get’s lifted soon.

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// The Real Greek Event \\

And finally, leaving the best until last. This month I was invited to The Real Greek with a few other bloggers from Bournemouth to review their menu. The full blog post is coming on Friday but a sneak preview: It was freakin’ incredible!


Overall it’s been a pretty good month. It’s flown by in the blink of an eye and finally the 2 worst months of the year are finally over. I can now think about heading on into March which see’s me turn 24, head to Egypt for a week and much much more.

| Harrison |


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