11 Times I Put My Arms Up In The Air For Absolutely No Reason

When I wasn’t sure whether I was singing ‘I’m a little teapot’ or if I wanted to try and fly. When I was greeting all 0 of my mates as our boat pulled up to shore. When I thought the higher my arms went up, the more likes I would get on Instagram. When I was either waving or just trying to be seen behind the water. When I thought I’d channel the Leaning Tower Of Pisa. When my palsRead more

Literally Just 40 Things I Really Miss About Rome

1. Seafood pasta 2. Gelato 3. Circolo Degli Artisti (a club) 4. The cobbled streets 5. The colosseum 6. The over enthusiastic hand gestures 7. The long meal times 8. Italians 9. The roman forum 10. Bookshop bars along the river 11. The pizza 12. The magic 13. Hanging out and having drinks in a Piazza late into the evening 14. The language 15. The Trevi Fountain 16. Regularly walking past the Angels and Demons building 17. Being so closeRead more

Literally Just 10 Cityscapes And Where To Find Them

Prague, Czech Republic Every corner you turn in Prague is going to be the most beautiful thing you have ever seen. I took this image at Petrin Tower if you want the exact same view; but I wouldn’t go too out of your way for the perfect shot of Prague as it is so incredibly picturesque. Potes, Spain Top tip: Keep an eye out for when the Orujo festival is and go then. Shots are 20 cents a go andRead more

17 Reasons You Should Go To Italy Right This Second

1. It’s probably written in Italian Law somewhere that you need to put down the diet and pick up the carbs. 2. There’s a region called Abruzzo that is so gorgeous and untouched by tourists that I could throw up from happiness. 3. Italian’s are one of the friendliest bunch in the whole wide world… 4. You can go to the Colosseum and shout ‘are you not entertained?!’ at the top of your lungs. 5. The sunset’s are just perfect! 6.Read more

Venice – the City on water.

Venezia, the floating City is famous worldwide for being the city of masks, bridges, water and romance. If I had a sweet English pound for every time a couple went to Venice – seeking a holiday that would make their future grandchildren blush from their own Italian love story – All inclusive of giving each other googly eyes over the table of a restaurant by one of the bridges, whilst eating a plate of (incredibly delicious) spaghetti then I wouldRead more