Anyone who knows me even a little should have some idea about how much of an adrenaline junkie I am. I mean, I did a bungee jump in Central America, for goodness’ sake.
So when I (along with my bestie Becca) was offered the chance to visit Go Ape in Bedgebury, Kent and try out their Tree Top Adventure, I jumped at the opportunity, having missed that adrenaline rush as of late.
Continue reading Sian goes ape in Bedgebury
So, this brings me to the end of my travels across Central America. I can confirm that I am now officially home and safe (relieved sighs all round)!
Continue reading Day 17: The unexpected conquered
When the NHS was established in 1948, it both was and still is the only system of its kind which gives an entire nation free healthcare. However, over the years various cutbacks have needed to be made and due to this and the changing needs of the UK’s population, I believe that the fall of the NHS is not too far over the horizon.
Continue reading The fall of the NHS
So I’m going to have a moan now about the state of the UK. And for once, no, I don’t mean politics, I don’t mean the recession, and I don’t mean the price of tuition fees. I am actually complaining about something every single one of us has an impact on, and can easily solve.
Continue reading This country is rubbish