Basically, yesterday we rode 30 minutes to get to this random far away city called Durbuy (Belgium) – because my dad said it was known as the smallest city ‘in the world’. But then, we were driving into the town and noticed that, ‘oh, it was actually tourist packed and absolutely huge. But we still walked around because my dad was meeting up with an old friend who was the head of the touristy things, and there was also a Christmas market with a lot of food so uhh yes.
These are some of the pictures I took, and I’ll also be incorporating some facts and just random bits of writing about what was going on (: Continue reading “The ~Not So Small~ City of Durbuy”
YES, you might be thinking, why on earth would I write about something like Pixar ? Well, remember that I’ve also written about Harry Potter, Mint Brownies and breaking into rooms of my old school all on the same blog – SOOOO we’ve pretty much established that anything can be done on here.
I’ve done a Harry Potter Tag before, where I was inspired by other blogs to generate the questions, and this time, it went the same way. I was roaming around Google and saw multiple people do this as well, and since I LOVE LOVE LOVE Pixar, (you’ll see in future posts) I thought I’d like it too. I wasn’t actually tagged by anyone to do this, but hey NOTHING’S STOPPING MOI. Continue reading “The Disney Pixar Tag”
*the soundtrack to this was the Harry Potter theme song (lots of it) and Pentatonix Christmas songs – btw*
Woaw this blog is turning into the Food Network. So apparently, the official name is ‘The Amazing Indigo & Emma Cooking Show’, so I’d say welcome back to that then (:
Yesterday we decided to make these brownies, well actually I didn’t decide it, it was actually Indi’s mum that shouted MINT BROWNIES across the kitchen and then Indigo responded with OMG YES LETS DO THAT – whilst the only sounds I made were ‘pffff what’. I’m very blunt in that way. Continue reading “Chocolate & Mint Brownies”
WELCOME TO INDI & EMMA’s COOKING SHOOWWW 😂😂.
<<an entire pack of butter was unlawfully melted in the oven during this process>>
So if you don’t know, almost every time I go over to Indigo’s (da best hooman on earth) house, we cook or bake something. Our attempts at becoming master chefs haven’t always been successful, but I’d say this one turned out pretty well. Now, since she’s the greater cook than me, and I’m more comfortable holding the camera, I mostly documented everything. BUT HEY now people out there can enjoy our attempts and culinary greatness (: Continue reading “Baking Banana Bread”
Since a friend of mine and I are now in Y9 in a British school, it is the year to start our Duke of Edinburgh award, which is basically a type of tradition across all schools in the UK to do at 13-14 years old. There are 3 sections, including volunteering. For ours, we decided to team up and go volunteer in a Town Hall whilst it was hosting a Christmas dinner for the elderly. However, we wanted to take it a step further. We decided we wanted to learn more about the WW2 History of the people in Wandsworth, and so we conducted a few interviews with elderly people that had experienced the war. This is the full write-up of the first interview. Continue reading ““You could hear them firing at the bombers as they came out””
<< LONG POST AHEAD>> Yesterday was an amazing ! Carol (you know her by now – carolkhorram.wordpress.com) and I went to our old school (she was in year 6 there, I was in year 8 there) from 5 months ago to go to the Christmas Fair. Welll… Technically we didn’t actually attend the fair, and just sneaked around the school trying to find anything new…. BUUUUT it was fun either way (: Continue reading “The SHS Christmas Fair”
I haven’t done this before, but I really wanted to write down some of the things I did this month, because I’ve actually done QUITE a few things in November that I would just find sad not to note down. Anyway, this is sort of like my ”Half Term” post that I did – where I said that this type of post is more for me to look back on, than anyone else. BUT that one got a whole lot of good responses, so I imagine they’re quite nice to read. So – enjoy reading this for the next hour pt. 2 Continue reading “Rounding Up November”