Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category
My parents bought a little cottage in the Cotswolds when my little brother and I were four and two respectively. Living in London didn’t come with the freedom of making mud cakes and riding bikes, and the our tiny county home provided us with hours and hours of outdoor entertainment. As your classic teenager, the country became “boring” and I increasingly wanted to be in London for the likes of Capital VIP, Abercrombie and starbucks for my favourite coffee light frappacino. Oh how times have changed…!
The flights are ridiculously cheap, the place is utterly charming, and the people, they’re unfairly beautiful. It wasn’t instantaneous, but I genuinely fell in love with this city and its abundant offerings in just two days. I couldn’t recommend it enough and here’s just why…
It’s time to say aurevoir to London, muggy weather and heatwaves have all been fun, but now I’m ready to be served my vitamin D dosage on the beach, in my bikini, rosé obviously in hand. (more…)
It has honestly been the biggest treat to spend four years in the beautiful Scottish capital of Edinburgh. There were times when the wind, rain and snow got me down, and the hail blistered my face. Yet, Edinburgh’s charm and beauty made it hard to hold a grudge. As I am graduating in June, I thought it would only be appropriate to base a blog post on the “Goodnessy” things that I’ll miss most about this city. (more…)
Berlin is the techno clubbing capital of Europe, luring visitors from all over the world keen to attempt the famous Berghain.
But these hippie laid back ravers also need to eat, and alongside Berlin’s bars and clubs is a seriously happening healthy food scene. (more…)