Tynemouth is a surprising gem on the North-East’s coastline making it a must-visit for both locals and those from further afield. To help inspire your next trip, these are the most incredible things to do in Tynemouth. For those of us lucky enough to live… Read More »13 Brilliant Things To Do In Tynemouth
Coffee and Brunch. Two of my favourite things. I am now a fully fledged coffee lover so I’ve been spending a lot of time searching for the best cafes in Newcastle and this right here is the ultimate guide to my favourites.
It’s been a while but I’ve finally returned to Newcastle to work on my street photography with a pair of Fujifilm X-T2s and the Fujifilm X100F.
Ouseburn is to Newcastle what Shoreditch is to London, the Northern Quarter is to Manchester and what Fitzroy is to Melbourne. Newcastle is a pretty lively city with top quality bars and restaurants all over but Ouseburn is the place where it comes together for those that like things a little more alternative.
Ouseburn lies just a short distance to the east of Newcastle’s city centre and is rapidly gaining popularity. Formerly post-industrial wasteland, Ouseburn has been regenerated into what you see today. It’s definitely somewhere where you can spend a full day whether you are wanting a few beers, out for a coffee and cake or are planning a family day out. This is the area of Newcastle that the locals like to keep to themselves. All you really need to know is that it’s my kind of place; urban, quirky and cool. I absolutely love it and I’m sure you will too.
Over the course of three months, I meandered my way up the well-travelled East Coast of Australia stopping at pretty much every viewpoint, beach and, most importantly, every pub. Now that might be a slight exaggeration but, with the heat of the Australian sun combined… Read More »A Beer Lover’s Guide to the East Coast of Australia