Some of my lovely followers on Twitter or Facebook might have noticed me mentioning my latest project – Emma On Board.
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Now that autumn has well and truly arrived in Scotland, bringing some horrible weather with it, I thought I’d take the opportunity to reflect on my summer of travel. Summer 2012 has been a really busy and exciting one for me.
I fell pretty hard for the city of Berlin, it’s nightlife, and it’s utterly accepting atmosphere on my recent visit. I spent an amazing long weekend checking out the sights, street art, markets, nightlife, and soaking up the history of Berlin. So here’s a few pictures from my whirlwind weekend in the city…
I’d heard so much about Berlin recently that I literally jumped at the opportunity to spend a long weekend in Germany’s capital city and began researching immediately.
These are just some of the words that repeatedly came up whenever I read or heard about Berlin. It’s safe to say I was intrigued, and longing to explore the city. However I couldn’t stop myself from paying attention to this niggling feeling: Read more
The Côte d’Azur, France is one area I never get tired of exploring. I spent a day there whilst on my recent cruise with Holland America. Our ship, MS Ryndam, docked in Monte Carlo, after a beautiful, slow sail into the port.
I’m getting tired of the conversation I have with so many people when I’m travelling. It goes a little something like this…
New person: ‘So where are you from?’
New person: ‘Oh cool! I’ve been to Edinburgh, but that’s it.’
I literally grimace every time I go through this. Although Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital, it really shouldn’t be the only place that people visit. Although, I can see why people are drawn to the capital and I’ll gladly admit that Edinburgh is undeniably prettier than Glasgow.