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Esther Tendai Burt
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My name is Esther. I was born and raised in Zimbabwe. I came to the UK, London to be specific in the year 2000. In 2005, I graduated as a psychiatric nurse at South Bank University. I moved down to Southampton in 2006. I did Journalism in 2011 and founded my own publication called DIY Girl magazine. Fast forward, I am now a full-time travel blogger.

Nothe Fort - Must-See Attraction in Weymouth   [caption id="attachment_16427" align="aligncenter" width="800"]  The Nothe Fort [/caption] Nothe Fort must see attraction in Weymouth is located at the entrance of Weymouth Harbour. The Fort has amazing underground passageways, a walkthrough back to the Victorian era. Nothe Fort is a letter ‘D-shaped’ museum. The Fort remains one of the best-preserved forts of its kind in England.   History [caption id="attachment_16428" align="aligncenter" width="540"] Victorian Gun Deck - Nothe Fort[/caption] Nothe Fort was built as a coastal defence between 1860 and...

MUSEUM OF THE MOON - Dorset Moon in Weymouth [caption id="attachment_16413" align="aligncenter" width="800"] The moon at night - Museum of the Moon[/caption] Museum of the Moon touched base in Weymouth this weekend at Nothe Fort. The lunar-themed art festival showcased the creative powers of combining art and science.   What is the Museum of the Moon? Museum of the Moon is a touring artwork by a famous UK artist known as Luke Jerram. Luke's development led to the Queen of England launching Luke's Gallery. [caption id="attachment_16420"...

Shieldhall Steamship: Experiencing the Golden Age With a Difference [caption id="attachment_16400" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Chilling in Shieldhall Steamship [/caption] The Shieldhall Steamship enables its passengers to experience the golden age with a difference. Shieldhall is the largest working steamship in Britain, mainly layed up in Southampton at berth 110. Shieldhall serves as a sea-going tribute to Britain’s maritime heritage. Cruising on the 30th of June was an honour of American Independence Day.   The Shieldhall Stompers Jazz Band lively entertained passengers presenting a lavish token...

10 Best Places to Visit in London For a Great Day Out   [caption id="attachment_16381" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Chilling by the Tower Bridge[/caption]   London is considered one of the greatest cities in the world. I am going to help you find out why some places are considered the best to visit in London for a great day out. Millions of tourists visit every year just to come and witness the marvellous beauty. If you love history, culture, food, tradition, night out, and shopping, then...

[caption id="attachment_16324" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Bournemouth Beach[/caption] My greatest admiration for Dorset beaches shall unfold with this post. As we enter May (spring), and for the summer months, I am going to share my passion for Dorset beaches. There are about 55 beaches in Dorset. I know, right now you are like; “…WHAT!!!???...

Great New Year resolutions ideas should be nice, simple and achievable.  If they were ‘Food’, I would say they should be palatable, tasteful and fulfilling. Have you ever been served a plate of food and started salivating and swallowing before even starting to dig in? This is how New Year resolution should feel like; yummilicious. Anything that ends up choking, and taking longer to digest, is a “NO…!!!”, “NO…!!!”, “NO…!!!”   January is a depressing month for most people. High levels of...

10 easy-to-follow ideas to joyfully celebrate the 40th Birthday came after my 40th over a week ago. National statistics puts UK life expectancy at around 80 years. It makes 40 years, the middle-life age. This has increased the centuries-long trend by six years. For some of us, this is just nothing but national statics. However, some people don’t welcome such revelations well. This is why I decided to come up with the ideas below. Hopefully, these ideas will help individuals...

  Spending Father’s Day at Beaulieu Motor Museum was the highlight of the week. Usually, people have ‘A Weakness’ and on confession, I’ve several e.g ‘Shoes’ ‘Clothes’, like any other normal girl. However on the contrary so are ‘Cars’. I love cars, especially very old and big cars. I was very much looking forward to Father’s Day, as the plan was to take my father to Beaulieu Motor Museum.   I made it look like it was purely a lovely father’s treat whereas deep...

[caption id="attachment_16056" align="aligncenter" width="1500"] The Winston House[/caption] Coming back from camping prompted me to write this post. We were blessed with good weather despite minor showers on one of the days but overall having a tolerable warm weekend. I’m a regular camper but every time I go camping I always learn one or two new things, so I thought to share my ten reasons why I love camping or ‘glamping’ as it was in this case. There were also loads of memories...

Went to see the Saxons and Vikings Displays. The South Coast was hot this weekend and with a record of the hottest day in May since 1999, I had to do something. I was tempted to go down the beach but after realising it’s a Bank Holiday weekend, I, therefore, decided to leave the beach to tourist so that they can enjoy their visit without too much crowd. Instead, I went out for a drive to Corfe Castle for the Saxons...