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Ferry ride Istanbul
Lots of people have warned me about visiting Istanbul in the current political climate. They seem to think that Istanbul is not safe nowadays. I’ve had warnings about riots around the constitutional referendum, threat of terrorism and the dangerous political situation. Since my first trip to Colombia I have learnt to take these kinds of warnings with a grain...
Cabo San Juan Tayrona Colombia
Having heard so many wonderful stories about Parque Tayrona in Colombia, David and I decided that it was time we would finally see it for ourselves. Even though David is from Colombia, he had never been to Tayrona National Park, so it was all new for him too! We booked ourselves a three-night stay in a hotel close to...
Santa Fe de Antioquia
Santa Fe de Antioquia is a lovely day trip from Medellin Jet lag finally cleared, I decided to start writing about my adventures in Colombia. This was my third visit to Colombia. My first visit was in 2014 to see my (then) boyfriend and decide whether Colombia would be a country where I could consider living. It turned out I...
Knokke sunset
December. The month that brings the happiness of spending time with family, sharing nice foods with them and feeling cosy thanks to Christmas lights and decorations. But December sometimes makes me feel a little remorseful. It is the end of another year, and time seems to fly while my achievements seem to drag behind. I want 2017 to be...
Kyoto Garden Holland Park London
Autumn has undoubtedly arrived in London with beautiful scenery throughout the capital. A colourful range of yellows and reds have appeared amongst the greenery in all shades you can possibly imagine. Days become shorter and mornings foggy. Winter will soon be making its appearance. But there is still some time left to enjoy the beauty of autumn in London. A...
Lately I’ve felt like something is happening to me, as if I have seen the light in some way. I think it all started around the time of the Brexit result following the EU referendum here in the UK. I am willing to admit that I cried on the morning of the Brexit result, I couldn’t believe what I...