Happy Halloween! This has been a strange weekend weather-wise! The mornings have been rainy, grey, windy (RIP my umbrella), but in the afternoon, the autumnal rays of sunshine grace us with their presence. And so I found myself with the perfect conditions for what I was planning this weekend. A nice, tranquil walk through Brompton … Continue reading Brompton Cemetery, a place for the eternal sleep
A quick and weird fact about me: I absolutely love strolls in victorian semi-abandoned cemeteries. If you've been seen my posts for a while, it probably comes as no surprise to you that I'm a lover of spooky spots, gothic churches and tales, victorian ghost stories, bloodsucking creatures aka fictional creatures, the vampire, and well … Continue reading Autumn walks lead to spooky spots
This post is incredibly delayed on my part. Pardon me, I'm still getting used to coming back to my "normal" life, and starting off a new job. I've been writing about London, where I came back to after been passing my "pandemic time" in Portugal, my home country. In the midst of the change, I … Continue reading Chelsea, London, had Spring before Autumn
Kew Palace One of the things I enjoy most about London is the amazing choice of green spaces where you can go free of charge, to relax, to simply gaze at the huge old trees, to lie on the green lawns, to observe the ducks, or play around with the squirrels. From Richmond to Greenwich … Continue reading The Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew, London
Before the maximum temperatures dropped almost ten degrees Celsius in the span of a week, and the sunshine was still shining before the official start of Autumn, on one of my strolls I got to capture what many don't know about London - apart from the big river Thames, there is a canal, the Regent's … Continue reading Would you like to live in a boat in Central London?