I’ve admitted before on here that London isn’t a city that I particularly like, but some parts of it still appeal to me. I like the variety of cultures and nationalities, I like that you can find food from the majority of nations in the world, I like the diversity, I like the open spaces and quirky places. There are many elements that I like about London. So here’s a few London pictures from my last visit to the UK’s capital…
One of London’s most recent icons set against typically British grey skies… Read more
Russian city St. Petersburg is one of the few places I’ve visited that has really wowed me. I had expected it to be amazing, after all I’d seen pictures, read about the history and spent hours researching what to do and see there. But nothing could have prepared me for actually being there. It’s a unique and fascinating city with some of the most incredible architecture I’ve ever fixed my eyes upon. The Church of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood was without a doubt my favourite building in the city, and probably my favourite building in the world.
These colours are mesmerizing… Read more
Some of my lovely followers on Twitter or Facebook might have noticed me mentioning my latest project – Emma On Board.
*Drum roll please*
Emma On Board is now well and truly LIVE!!
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.
The sun setting on my first flight of the summer on the way to Australia…
It started way back in May when I finished my last ever exams at university and jetted off a few days later to Australia. Read more
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…
The gorgeous sunset from our balcony
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.
Hipster. Cool. Trendy. Funky. Colourful. Multi-cultural. Alternative.
This is the type of colourful place you stumble upon in Krezuberg…
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