There are few places that I like better than a market, and if anywhere does a market well, it’s France. Truth be told, a large part of our decision to spend our first two months in France in the small town of Pezenas was due to what we had heard about the town’s Saturday market.
After four years of living in England there remains one element of English life and culture that I still find somewhat baffling – tea.
There are few visitor attractions that I can recommend more enthusiastically than the Eden Project. I would visit it everyday if I could
I’m not going to lie, until about a month ago I had never heard of Zadar. There, now you don’t have to feel bad that you have no idea what or where I’m talking about.
If there was going to be a silver lining to the fog and rain that we were met with on the morning that we planned to visit the famous Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia it was that hopefully it wouldn’t be too busy.
So where are you going for your honeymoon? Tallinn Tall-what? Tallinn. You know, the capital of Estonia. Oh…. That’s how most of the exchanges went when we started telling people where we were planning to spend long-weekend after our wedding. I can’t really blame them I guess, how many people really have an intense desire … Continue reading
Soon enough, in only two more days actually, I will be looking out across a horizon like this in Portugal. This isn’t just a holiday however, we’re heading to Portugal for our wedding! I can’t think of a more beautiful backdrop for our wedding than this, can you?!
In less than six weeks I’ll be getting married! The time is going to fly by from now until then, with so much to do and organized still. While I am undoubtedly excited about our wedding, I am just as excited for the still-to-be-planned honeymoon! Honeymoon, what to do? For us, our honeymoon is a … Continue reading
In 2007 I spent a week island hopping in Fiji with some friends. Fiji is not a place that I ever thought I would have the chance to visit, but from Australia it isn’t that elaborate a trip so I seized the opportunity! We started off in Nadi and spent a night in one of … Continue reading
Easter just isn’t Easter without decorating eggs. When I was a kid we would spend hours blowing out eggs, complaining regularly about our aching cheeks, before dipping them in a variety of food colouring and vinegar baths. The eggs we ended up with were of a varying level of attractiveness and the dye would take … Continue reading