Quick disclaimer: when I wrote this, I wasn't planning on publishing it here. I spent some time pondering if I should publish it. It's long, not about travelling. Nobody will be interested. But then, again, what the hell. This is my safe space and perhaps others would relate. This story doesn't have an ending yet, … Continue reading [Story Time] It’s been a year
I've spoken a few times about solo travelling in this blog. Most of my travelling is (or used to be) solo. At the start, the main reason was that I couldn't stand waiting around for others to decide to come with me. I felt I was being held back. But then I realised how much … Continue reading 7 reasons to love solo travelling
I was just looking at the two posts I wrote last year, when I was already confined in my room in London and was seeing my future plans ruined by this odd pandemic. On my post "The Birth of Spring - Part I" I wrote about how dark Spring was actually looking. It was difficult … Continue reading And Spring comes once again
I'm very proud of the amazing artworks that have been created in the walls of my city in the past few years. Spotting amazing street art during my travels and my time in London was always a moment to stop, and look. Often, to take a picture. So last weekend I went to photograph some … Continue reading Street Art – why I hate it…and love it
Disclaimer: this week’s posts will be dedicated to the experience of being a woman in celebration of the International Women’s Day. I have had surge of inspiration (as I always do with issues close to my heart) and have a few more posts planned for this week than usual. This particular article contains swear words. … Continue reading There’s nothing like a mad woman.