Hello, October - we see you right around the corner! I know the majority of my readers aren't from Australia so it's very likely that if you're a Uni student, you're likely going to be packing your things around this time and heading into student accomodation or houses near your campus! Here in Sydney, I … Continue reading Essentials for Moving into Uni
Views from my time at Lancaster... Flowers on the edge of campus as Spring blossomed in front of my eyes. I've never experienced a place that felt the seasons so keenly, I only wish I had been there for Autumn as the tree-lined main drive would've looked spectacular aflame in oranges. We trudged up a … Continue reading Views // Lancaster University Edition
"You'll see the the whole harbour at the station," I was saying nonchalantly, leaning back on the train doors as we rattled under Central, through Town Hall and Wynyard towards Circular Quay. Our tunnel darkness was suddenly broken by the bright blue of the harbour and the hot sky overhead. There's no way to even … Continue reading Her Face Lit Up, Circular Quay
Do you remember when we scaled the spires of Royal Holloway? If you continue driving just a couple minutes further away from Central London, you'll find the most incredible (and absolutely random) park that has ever graced London. Imagine this: a massive lake as far as the eyes can see laid out in front of you. … Continue reading Holland Park Hydrangeas, London
For any Beatles fanatic (just me? surely not) who has even just one day available in the capital, here are your must-see spots in London to get your Beatles fix...until, that is, you can pop on a train and get yourself to Liverpool ASAP Abbey Road, St John's Wood Of course Abbey Road had to … Continue reading Beatles Must-See Spots, London
Good morning ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to your Emirates flight from Sydney to London. We trust you enjoyed your private limousine ride to the airport this morning. In the First Class cabin, you will find an amenities kit stocked full of pyjamas, socks, Bvlgari shower gels and other on-board essentials. As you are escorted … Continue reading Emirates First Class Review
Throughout Italy, P and I travelled via train, across from Rome to Venice, on to Verona, Florence, Pompeii, Sorrento, Cinque Terre, Naples, Pisa...The question is after all this travel: train travel through Italy, yay or nay? PROS No turning up at an airport (largely out of town and at least an hour from the city) … Continue reading Train Travel Through Italy
Happy birthday to this little blog of mine!! I'm proud to say that I've made it a year blogging, at least once or twice a week, for an entire 365 days, which is crazy considering how many blogs I've started before that have hardly reached the one month mark! From a place to cushion my … Continue reading Of Tea and England Turns 1!