My love for Paris is no secret, I’ve written about it numerous times. The food, architecture, culture, language – I love it all. Advertisements
Paris is one of my favourite places on earth. The culture, the language, the sights, and the food! Oh, the food! Even for a vegetarian Paris is food heaven.
On Sunday April 22, Earth Day, we should all take a moment to consider the impact that our actions have on the world and the things that we can do to make a difference.
We board a train on a cold morning in Prague and head off into the Czech countryside to Kutná Hora, a city in the Central Bohemian Region. After a quiet and uneventful train ride we alight on the train platform and set off to discover the gruesome spectacle that hides within the suburbs
Today I would like to introduce you to the first and second most photographed clocks in the UK! Oh the things that someone feels compelled to quantify. I’m not sure how one determines such things but I’ll go along with it for now, it seems harmless enough.
One of the best things about spring is rhubarb, and rhubarb is something that the English know something about. In Canada you get the standard rhubarb pie and crumble, but here in the UK you can get rhubarb and custard candies, rhubarb yogurt, rhubarb chutney, and you can even find it along side dinner
My friend Ellie from Melbourne is an amazing person. She is a woman with passion, who is not afraid to let her opinions be heard. She is soft-spoken and mild-mannered, but don’t let that fool you! Oh, and she really likes avocado on toast. Please take a few minutes to watch Ellie’s vision for the …
As part of his job Damian regularly travels to Ireland and has the pleasure (and sometimes terror) of driving the Irish highways and byways. This past week he was touring around the famous Ring of Kerry and was fortunate enough to bask in some spring sunshine.
Yes, you read that right. Today’s #frifotos theme is balls. This photograph was taken between St. Paul’s Cathedral (only weeks prior to its occupation) and the Millennium Bridge in London. As soon as I saw this giant mirror balls I had to take a photograph.
Millions of black suitcases spin around and around luggage carousels everyday, all looking the same. I regularly wonder how often it happens that the wrong suitcase it picked up and brought home by some poor, unsuspecting individual.