Manchester: A new love for an old place

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Nowdays I often think of how incredibly fortunate I am to be from one of the best cities here in the UK. But, I must admit I have not always felt this way. Instead, its been a kind of love hate relationship thing. Loving the place for all my connections such as family and friends, but hating how incredibly tired and bored I had become of it, truly believing the next cities were much better.

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It wasn’t until Covid came along that I found this new revitalised love for my city.

As challenging as covid has been it has left many of us with silver linings such as teaching us to love harder, to be kind, to appreciate and have gratitude for all we have been taking for granted. Reconnecting with my city has been one of my many silver linings.

Coming up on Nattytravels…

As part of my new reconnected love and appreciation for Manchester, it will now have a well deserved spot on my blog. The blogs will consist of places I have been to revist and new discoveries in the city.

Also in the next up and coming months I’m excited to announce I will be starting to travel abroad again after three very long years πŸ™ŒπŸΎ. So you’ll be seeing more blogs on places abroad.

For all those who have been enjoying the UK blogs, I will still be continuing to travel the UK, therefore there will be plenty moreπŸ‘πŸΎ.

Thank you for all your support

And on this note I would like to take the opportunity to thank you all for your continued support here at Nattytravels, regardless of all the incorrect typo’s 🀣.

I really do appreciate it.

Thank you β€πŸ™πŸΎ

10 thoughts on “Manchester: A new love for an old place

  1. Yes, I’m looking forward to what you have to say about your hometown! Since the pandemic happened, I’ve also slowed down and began focusing on things to do and see in my hometown, Los Angeles. I ended up starting a mini-series about it on my blog, but I also do hope to return to international traveling and recount those experiences. Best of luck to you!

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    • Thanks for reading Rebecca! Looking forward to sharing more on my city. Oh I must definitely be keeping an eye out for your Los Angeles blogs! I’d live to visit there

      Best of luck to you

      Natalie

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  2. Good for you Natty, I think it’s normal for people to grow tired of their own towns and cities. It’s too familiar and sometimes needs a special effort to go and seek out those little spots you don’t know about. Or see old places through fresh eyes. We were really hoping to get to Manchester this month but unfortunately our plans have changed and we are heading up to Scotland at the end of the week. Will look forward to reading your Manchester posts and hoping we can find another time to visit.

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    • Thank you Leighton! So true what you said, I’m so glad I’m starting to pay extra special attention to my city now. Have a nice time in Scotland, hope everything is well.

      Thanks for visiting and taking time to comment, much appreciated.

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  3. Hearing about your reconnection with your hometown is heartwarming. I’ve never been to Manchester. It will be fun reading about it in your posts.

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    • Thank you so much for taking the time to read and leaving your lovely comment. It’s been so much fun rediscovering my city πŸ™‚

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