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Manchester Adventures with Buckt

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*I was provided with this subscription box free of charge in return for an honest review

I told you all about Buckt subscription boxes a little while ago and at the end of December, our first box landed on the doormat. Buckt costs £12.50 a month (per person) and you can cancel at any time. Given that just one of our January activities would have cost us £50 to enjoy without this subscription, there is no denying that the service is excellent value for money.

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Buckt | The Subscription Box With A Twist

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Just after Adam and I got married in 2016, we made pact to go on a ‘date night’ at least once a month. Despite our best intentions, we only managed to actually keep this little treat going for two whole months. Yay marriage!

The problems is, we both lack motivation and work long hours, meaning that by the time the weekend rolls around, we’re mentally and physically exhausted, opting to veg at home and recoup before another hectic week creeps in.

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A Rainy Day In Manchester

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*Our spending money was gifted by Hotels.com, but all views are my own.

Manchester is nicknamed the Rainy City and with good reason. At the time of writing, it’s been raining for eight consecutive years days. As a born and bred Northerner, I’m more that acclimatised to ‘that fine rain that soaks you through’ (cheers to Peter Kay for that one) and while there’s no denying that L.S Lowry’s paintings featuring dull, grey skies are rather accurate, that doesn’t stop me from enjoying all the things that our brilliant city has to offer. Read more

Chakalaka, Manchester | Review

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*I was invited to dine at Chakalaka FOC for the purpose of this review, however, all opinions are my own as always

Situated in an unassuming building in the middle of Oldham Street is the new kid in town. With its bright yellow exterior standing out against the grey Northern Quarter buildings, you can’t really miss it and it’s already proving to be a popular addition to the Manchester food scene.

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