Lush Bath Bomb: Karma

I was having a stressful evening a couple of nights ago and felt very ill so I decided to finally use my Lush Karma bath bomb that I bought a couple of months ago.

When you put this bath bomb in the water it doesn’t fill the bath straight away with colour, you have to crumble it down with your fingers and sway it around the bath. I love this one as it is a very dark purple colour, with bits of gold glitter. I definitely recommend this bath bomb when you bathe for a long time as it also has the beautiful smell. When I got out of the bath you could smell the bath bomb from metres away, so this one would be lovely if you were going out somewhere nice.

The last bit of Summer sun

Solly and I spent the Tuesday of our 3 day holiday in Newquay at Newquay Zoo. It was a very good zoo but it has made me realise that I don’t really agree with them. There were 3 lions in the zoo and I felt so sorry for them and the fact that they must be so bored and are not free in the wild. Anyway, apart from that it was very entertaining. I especially loved the meerkats! Solly and I also went on a pedlo which was a very bad idea as we ended up just floating around the lake and we have no leg muscle. 

As you know we stayed in The Headlamd Hotel. The top photograph is our breakfast setting. We sat right next to a huge glass window, over viewing the ocean. At the hotel we get all exclusive breakfast which was ideal as it defiantly got Solly and I up n the morning and the full – English was amazing. Altogether, Sol and I had a really nice 3 days away and would recommend Newquay for a short Summer trip. 

Pilton Party

Pilton Party is a gathering Micheal Evis puts together to celebrate the end of Summer and to say thank you for Glastonbury Festival. There is only limited tickets and this year Fat Boy Slim performed. It was a very entertaining night with everybody and I was very sad when it ended.

Japanese Garden

On Sol and I’s last day in Newquay we visited a local Japanese Garden. It was £4 each to walk around the garden that contained thousands of different Japenese plants and religious symbols. Although it was pouring with rain whilst we were walking around and it was still beautiful and peaceful. It only took us around 15 minutes to walk to whole of the garden but if it was a nicer day we defiantly would of stayed a lot longer. This place is recommend online and I defiantly think if you’re near by that it is worth a visit. As you can see from the photos it is a lovely place. 


At the moment Solly and I are staying in The Headland Hotel in Newquay. We are staying here for 2 nights as Sol has the week off work, so we decided it would be nice to go away for a couple of nights. It’s nice whether and a beautiful scenery, so hopefully it will be a nice couple of days. 

We went to the Blue Reef aquarium. While we were walking around we began to realise it was for younger children. I do love aquariums but comparing it to the aquarium in Bournmouth it is not as interesting. There are turtles and a huge stingray which were my favourite. They also had really young turtles which were so cute!