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Month: November 2018

Tea-Stained Photo Journal: Trail to the Train Tracks

I’ve always found train tracks to be very calming. They shouldn’t be really- I consider crossing train tracks the equivalent to standing at the edge of a cliff: one wrong step and you could be dead. Yet in most cases, train tracks tend to be surrounded by nature that (if you’re like me and barely Read More

Bucket List: Do’s and Don’ts

Have you ever wondered where the term ‘bucket list’ comes from? This was a thought I had late at night, the sort of one that keeps you up due to all of its possibilities. Why would you need a bucket for a list? Did the term relate back to some old tradition that is no Read More

Tea-Stained Photo Journal: Birmingham Canals

Birmingham generally isn’t known for its scenery. The majority of the city is smudged into a grey industrial fog that represents more of its history that its modernity. Its reputation tends to be focused on either the dislike of the Brummie accent or how the city is the most ethnically diverse area in Britain. However, Read More

Birmingham’s Bubbles: Finding the best Bubble Tea in Birmingham

“It feels like your popping a blister in your mouth.” I splutter on my drink, a choked laugh escaping me. “Blister?” “Yeah, ‘cause of the texture of the bubbles.” my friend smiles at me, eyeing up her Bubble Tea. I’d shown her the Taiwanese drink after I’d found Twist (a small café on New Street), Read More

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