The Louvre, Paris

The world's largest museum and Paris's 2nd most visited tourist attraction (Disney Land at number one), the Louvre museum did not disappoint.The Louvre offers over 380,000 objects and 35,000 pieces of art. There's so much to see that if you spent 30 seconds looking at each piece of art, it would take you 100 days.... Continue Reading →

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 →

The Paris Catacombs

In the beautiful streets of Montparnasse, you would never expect that just 20 metres below, lies the final resting place for millions of Parisians. Back in the late 17th century, Paris was not always as beautiful as what it is today. In fact, it stank. The cemeteries were over full and becoming an increasing risk... 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 →

Weston beach race

For the 36th year, Weston Super Mare underwent a massive transformation from the usual sancastles, donkey rides and ice creams to a huge endurance track. Over 1000 entries and only one winner, this was an intense race and a tiring one for those competing. At 1:30pm the engines start and so does the excitement of... Continue Reading →

The Malverns, England

For the past ten months, I have seen the Malverns from a far every day. The farm I am currently working and living on, is just over ten miles from the Malverns. In the middle of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and a small part of North Gloucestershire, this range of hills has an amazing view that stretches... Continue Reading →

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