Firstly, I hope everyone has had a spectacular Christmas! This week I jetted off on my final trip of 2014 to Mauritius with my family for a Christmas of fun in the sun. It’s the 4th time I’ve been here for Christmas and I absolutely love it. I’m a big fan of spending all day … More Photo of the Week: Sun, Sea and Wakeboarding
This week summer has finally begun in Sydney! Tuesday was a glorious sunny day, so we headed off to the Botanical Gardens for a picnic of sorts. When I say picnic I mean we had a picnic blanket, drinks, and no food, so I’m not quite sure if that actually counts as a picnic, but … More Photo Of The Week: A Perfect Picnic
This week’s been a bit of a disappointing one, but only due to the weather. It has rained and stormed for the best (or worst) part of 7 days, turning Sydney into a wet, grey and drab city to live in. It’s almost been like being back in London at this time of year. And … More Photo of The Week: Give Way To Blue Skies
Midway through my trip around America, I made it to one of my favourite places in the world (that I’ve seen so far) – Los Angeles. More specifically, the stretch of beach that runs between Venice and Santa Monica Piers, starting with Venice boardwalk, full of shops and stalls and people from all walks of … More Photo Of The Week: Santa Monica, LA
Last summer I went to Glastonbury Festival for the first time and it definitely lived up to the expectations. It was such an incredible few days, and I saw so many amazing bands, the favourites definitely being Mumford & Sons at the John Peel Stage. One of the best moment though, was watching this sunset … More Photo of the Week: Glastonbury 2010
Last September I went with a friend to Paris for a few days, to see the sights and a band called ‘Stars’. On our second day there we went up the Eiffel Tower to get a look at the city from above. I love the way the contrast of the sun versus the clouds illuminates … More Photo of the Week: Paris Skyline
For Christmas I went to Mauritius with my (very extended) family…that is, my dad, my elder sister, my two younger half-sisters, my ex-stepmum, her new boyfriend, and their two-year-old (whom I consider my sister). See, I told you it was complicated.
Mykali Bay. You can see Turkey off in the distance. I’m back in London after my (almost) month of travels and I have to say it’s been a pretty sweet summer so far. I went down to the south of France for a few days before catching a plane (or three) to Samos Island, Greece. … More Home At Last