A teacher’s guide to THE QUEUE at Wimbledon!

source link Wimbledon is my all-time, absolute favourite sporting event to attend. Unfortunately, “teacher-life” means it tough to actually attend any day other than middle Saturday… but provided the weather looks good, you cannot stop me pitching up my tent on Friday night to camp in the queue! The earlier you can get in the queue, the

Ko Ko Mo Resort Gili Gede

see We were very excited to be heading to the Southern “secret gili islands” near South West Lombok. I absolutely loved my previous visits to the popular Gili Air and Gili Trawangan, but was keen to explore a less-travelled island. Gili Gede certainly provided this. It is the biggest of the southern Gili islands and is

Roland Garros (French Open)

I love Wimbledon… I actually enjoy watching most sports but there is something magical about that place. I used to love watching Wimbledon on the TV but it is so much more exciting in reality; the atmosphere around the grounds is incredible! However, as a teacher, it’s pretty much impossible to go to Wimbledon other than on

Sightseeing in Paris: 2 day itinerary

Our trip to Paris in May half term was organised around going to the Roland Garros (French Open) tennis, which can be read about here: My guide to the French Open. However, we made sure we also had a couple of days to explore the city. In order to make the most of our two sightseeing days