How To Spend 2 Days in Bath


If you are looking for a city rich in beautiful Georgian archetecture, steeped in ancient history and with plenty of places to explore then Bath could be your next trip on your Bucket list. Bath happens to be one of my favourite places in the UK, having been there 3 times you could say I’ve […]

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The Most Beautiful Places I’ve Visited in the UK


Greetings Readers! Welcome back! Over the past few years I’ve really made it my business to try to explore more of my own proverbial backyard, so to speak. Today I wanted to share some of my favourite places that I’ve visited here in the UK which I think are absolutely beautiful and that you must […]

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Travel Tips When You Have a Disability


Greetings Readers! Today I’m going to be deviating from the usual topics of beauty, lifestyle and fashion and instead talking all things disability. Specifically, I’m going to be talking travel and sightseeing as a disabled person. I love to travel, I love seeing new places, meeting different people and having memories to look back on […]

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Making Magical Cocktails at The Cauldron


Ghoulish Greetings Readers! Before I go any further with today’s blog post I must forewarn you, this blog post contains dark and powerful magic and potion mastery. Anyone who wishes to read on must do so at their own peril… The other day I went with two of my good chums Stef and Al to […]

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A Weekend in Alnwick *


Greetings Readers! Welcome back to my blog! Today I have a travel related blog post for you all today. I love to travel, its one of my greatest passions in life and its even more gratifying when I travel as a disabled person. Traveling with a disability can be hard from booking trains to finding […]

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A Day at Groombridge Place


Greetings Readers! Welcome back to fashioneyesta.com. Some of you may know this if you follow me on Instagram *coughs* (fashioneyesta.com) and that is I have a penchant for nature photography and have done for the last few years. I also have a tendency to want to explore the Kentish scenery which serves as my extended […]

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