Getting to Know Palma

Some might think that your best friend going to study abroad for a year would put a spanner in the works in terms of having a catch up, I certainly did when I found out Carys was jetting off to Berlin last summer. Ironically we’ve actually seen more of each other living in two different…

Warner Bros Studio Tour – London

Having lived in London for most of my life, I’ve always taken for granted what an incredible city it is. Lately I’ve been trying to be more of a tourist in my own city and have been exploring some of the sights I walk past every day. Just before Christmas I took a trip to…

Berlin’s Museums Ranked

On my travels last month I visited a fair few of Berlin’s museums, so I’ve decided to write a list of the must-visit stops and what to avoid…

East Side Gallery and the Berlin Wall

A concrete barrier that quite literally tore the city in two between 1961 and 1989, the story of the Berlin Wall is arguably one of the most important parts of German history.

The Berliner Dom and Brandenburg Tor

I visited the Berliner Dom and the Brandenburg Tor on my first full day in Berlin, so I’d not completely got to grips with navigating through the city yet and ended up getting off at the wrong train stop (despite Carys’ comprehensive instructions to me that morning, which went in one ear and straight out…

A Long Weekend In Berlin

Berlin was unlike any city I’ve been to before. The clearest way I can think of describing it is as thought you’re stepping straight back in time. There was a real 90s era feel to the city in terms of clothing, architecture etc. and for a while I was unsure whether I loved or hated…

Pride London and the World Cup

Having lived in London all my life, I’m the first to admit that despite being one of the most incredible cities in the world, it has a certain stigma for being grey, grumpy and gloomy a lot of the time, which is why the events of the past few weeks have been so baffling to…