Getting a grey and rainy day while on holiday is always disappointing. Sometimes, however, with grey skies come rainbows – one of nature’s most magical spectacles.
Normally my posts are effusive in their praise for the many and varied attractions and locations I have visited on my travels…but not this one!
In honour of American Thanksgiving today’s Friday Photo theme is “thanks”. Whether you celebrate the holiday or not it’s always great to take a few moments to think about the things that you’re thankful for.
We travel light on most of our trips – a combination of an effort to live more minimally and that we’re too cheap to pay for checked luggage on European discount airlines.
Boats and I really aren’t friends. It isn’t anything personal, on my part anyway, it’s just that they make me sick. I love to be in the water, but floating atop glistening waves just turns my stomach into a cramping and heaving mass
Yes, I know, it’s Saturday. Things got away from me a bit yesterday and I didn’t get a post organized but I still wanted to take part. We’ll just pretend that it’s still Friday for a little bit, ok?
One of the last things that I’m thinking about on a cold and rainy day like this is a garden, but that is just what I’ve been doing thanks to Friday photos.
There are few sights more magical than the Eiffel Tower glowing in the darkness. Since 1985 the tower has been lit from the inside by 336 projectors equipped with high-pressure, yellow-orange sodium lamps, and today the gleaming tower is an icon the world over.
There are few cities that can boast a proper hike right in the centre of the city, and Edinburgh is one of them. Looming 251m above the iconic skyline of Edinburgh is Arthur’s Seat, the centre piece of Holyrood Park.
Summer is one of the things that I miss the most about my hometown, Ottawa. The glorious heat, jumping in the lake at my grandparents cottage, and the music festival that has become an institution in the city, Bluesfest!