For those who don’t know, Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes Night is a annual commemoration observed on 5 November. It all started on 5 November 1605 when Guy Fawkes tried to set fire on the house of parliament and we celebrate the fact that Kings James I had survived the attempt. 

Every year on Bonfire’s day we celebrate it with lots of fireworks and sparkles. I really do love this day, I usually go to see the fireworks display with my friends and we eat marshmallows and we have a big bonfire, sometimes we camp… it’s just really cool. If you are not from the UK and you don’t celebrate the bonfire day, I’m sorry, because you’re missing a fun night. And every year lots of couples post thousands of photos kissing or holding hands while they are watching the fireworks display and this is not even nice when you’re single and alone. But I admit that would be romantic to have a bonfire night date. 




xx – Lola 


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