The Eiffel Tower, Paris

One of the first things that comes to mind when thinking of Paris, and France really, is the Eiffel Tower. Originally built in 1887, this sculpture was only meant to be temporary as part of the worldwide exhibition. The creator, Gustave Eiffel, had planned to destroy it twenty years after the exhibition ended. However, in... Continue Reading →

Montparnasse Cemetery, Paris

Okay so this is a little bit of an odd place to visit and perhaps a bit creepy, but beauty can be found any where, and there was a lot to be found at the Montparnasse Cemetery. I came across this cemetery whilst researching the area after visiting the catacombs. Well known for its abstract... Continue Reading →

Jeannot’s Floor, Paris

Standing outside of St. Anne's Hospital center in Paris, you will find Jeannots Floor. This controversial piece was taken from the farm house of Jeannot L'Bernais, in the south of France. Before it was gifted to the hospital in 2005, it was displayed at various art exhibitions. Both intrusive and intriguing, this was something I... Continue Reading →

Sisters in Paris

For such a stressful morning, things actually ran perfectly smoothly. At 5:15am my sister and I took an Uber for our 6:00am coach. Other than four kids having a screaming match and being wedged in like a sardine, the couch journey was okay. That was until we got to London city and hit a huge... Continue Reading →

Raking in the harvest

Something I never envisioned myself doing before I left the UK, was working on a farm. I've always been interested and lived around that sort of thing but had never really got my hands dirty. I'm pretty much willing to give anything a try, so when the opportunity came to work on a farm, I... Continue Reading →

The Devils Marbles

Whilst road tripping through the centre of Australia, we stopped for camp at the Devils Marbles. Since I decided I wanted to travel to Australia, I've always wanted to see the Marbles but I was never sure on the logistics of how to do it. I looked into doing a tour or getting a coach... Continue Reading →

Bristol Vintage kilo sale

Okay so being home isn’t that bad... The autumnal build up to Christmas is my favourite time of year, so it’s nice to be home for it. It’s lovely creeping into winter when being chilly is a novelty that hasn’t worn off yet. Of course the approach to Christmas comes with a lot of shopping,... Continue Reading →

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