Unfortunately we didn't get to spend a lot of time exploring Osaka. However, from what we saw it seemed to be a less intense version of Tokyo, similar in terms of the atmosphere, just a little quieter. Our day trip to Hiroshima was humbling. Some graphic imagery really put focus on the absolute destruction that… Continue reading Osaka/Hiroshima (27-29.06.2017)
If Tokyo were an excitable child then Kyoto would be its grandfather, being the imperial capital of Japan for over one thousand years, until emperor Meiji moved (and thus the status of Capital) to Tokyo around 150 years ago. A more "old school" Japan, with protected streets that keep the historical feel to parts of… Continue reading Kyoto, Japan (24-27.06.2017)
This has been my first trip to Japan, a country that I have always wanted to go to. The pictures of neon lights and busy streets made the distant city feel so futuristic through my Tv screen. It was no lie. One of the first things we noticed was how clean and organised the city… Continue reading Tokyo, Japan (21-24.06.2017)
I still think that London is my favourite city in the world. I used to travel down to see family when I was younger and now its the city I go to to celebrate special occasions. So, there has always been a feeling of excitement whenever it's brought into discussion. This year we stayed near… Continue reading Anniversary Weekend, London. (16-18.06.17)
As an introduction to myself and my blog, I felt that they best way to do that would be to showcase a handful of photos that I think best represent me! This first picture was taken by the Marble Arch, London in 2016. Although I don't think it's the best picture I've taken, it is by… Continue reading Who Am I?