Europe Archive

Day and Night in Rome – Travel Diary

Day & Night in Rome is just as beautiful as the other. Some more travel photos exploring this vibrant & historical capital city. Take a walk through Piazza del Popolo, the Colosseum, the Roman forum, Via del Corso, Vittoria Emmanuelle monument and the  little side streets that bring the city to life. Check out more […]

Piazza Navona & Bonci Pizzarium Roma – Travel Diary

 What goes best with a walk around Piazza Navona in Rome? Pizza of course. And not just any Pizza, we’re talking Pizza al Taglio from the famous Bonci Pizzarium. Both Piazza Navona and Bonci can be treated as tourist attractions that I personally think you can not miss! Piazza Navona with its beautiful carousel, Italian […]

Exploring the streets of Roma, Italy – Travel Diary

For me, Rome is one of those cities that I fall in love with time and time again. Being my fourth visit to the Eternal City, my ideal past time is walking the streets and getting lost. Everything is in such close proximity, that you really can explore most of the city on foot. The architecture […]

Reggia di Caserta – Italy Travel Diary

Prior to departing for Italy – there was a lot of research on where to go. I am one of those super planned & eager travellers, who has a spreadsheet for everything and like to source the best places to see and things to eat. The minute I set eyes on Reggia di Caserta, the […]

Exploring Sorrento, Amalfi Coast Italy – Travel Diary

I knew that we had been way too lucky with the weather so far in Italy. A few days into the trip, the real Italian winter came out to play. To be honest, it was a little gloomy and slightly cold, but this didn’t bother me in the slightest. Sorrento is absolutely beautiful! Of course, […]

Driving the Amalfi Coast, Italy – Travel Diary

Good Morning! Long time no see. I have now been back for a week and a half from my trip and have jumped straight back into work. It feels like I never went away – but then I reminisce on the photos and it makes me happy again to remember. European winters are so so […]

Happy Holidays

The holiday’s are here and I’m super excited. I’ll be boarding my plane this afternoon and jet setting off to Italy & London for three weeks. To say I am excited is an understatement. I’m not sure if I’ll be able to post much whilst over there, but…. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to […]

A Sunday at the Louvre Museum – Paris

A trip down memory lane today to Paris in the winter, all the way back in January. Boy how time flies! We started our day walking the streets to Paul’s for a quick breakfast of coffee and baguettes. With sustenance and caffeine, we waltzed on over to the Louvre and got in line.  Not until we entered, […]

Athens – Travel Diary – Pente

 Whilst I sit here working from home on a Saturday, I feel extremely nostalgic looking at these photos. nos·tal·gia [no-stal-juh] noun 1. a wistful desire to return in thought or in fact to a former time in one’s life, to one’s home or homeland, or to one’s family and friends; a sentimental yearning for the happiness of a former place or time: a nostalgia for his college days. 2. something that elicits or displays nostalgia. I was in Athens just five months ago, but it feels like an age ago. It has been a whirlwind beginning to 2014, but I can’t complain, life in the fast lane is a […]

Athens – Travel Diary – Tessera

 This here is my favourite blog post from the Athens collection. Each of the photos depict the things I love about the city. Although grimy and dirty in areas (especially since the economic crisis), the capital city still has its own personality and uniqueness. We spent a lot of our days walking around Monistiraki, Thiseio , Plaka, […]

Sardelles – Gazi, Athens

 Good morning on this chilly Saturday. Wow winter surely feels to be with us today, 16 degrees! Summer please come back. To get everyone excited about their weekend eating, I thought I should share some Greek food love with Sardelles (Greek word for Sardine), a restaurant/take away bar in the Gazi district of Athens. Greek […]

Athens – Travel Diary – Tria

Kalispera! It’s time to roll out these remaining European posts. This is my third photo diary from Athens and explores two of the main tourist attractions in the city; Lycabettus Hill and the Temple of Olympian Zeus. The majority of sites in Athens are within walking distance, which makes it easy to get around during […]


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