This long weekend has mostly involved friends, family and food. With trips to an exhibition, eating great Taiwanese food and then spending Sunday with family and paying respects to our ancestors for Ching Ming festival followed by dim sum.
So, I am beginning to feel a little silly knowing that I had this post in my drafts for over a year now because it’s a bit special! Remember when I went to Barcelona for my 30th? Of course we made sure to visit one of the most famous cathedrals in the world, Gaudi’s Sagrada
Happy New Year! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year and ate your fill in festive foods (I know I did!). So, I’m back with my very first post for 2018 and complete with a little update. It’s been the longest time since I’ve given the site a bit of a refresh
One of my favourite buildings to photograph is the Barbican Estate in London. I’ve shared photos of it numerous times but I do love the mixed-use Brutalist estate with the residential flats, arts space and conservatory (which I’m still yet to visit). There’s just something about the concrete estate with its ponds, pathways, curves and
I’m back with a blog post! Sooo it’s been a while and I’m going to cut to the chase and share these images from my most recent long weekend to Prague. I still have a bunch of images from recent travels including Madrid, Hong Kong and of course a few more to share from Australia but
A visit to Sydney means the iconic Opera House is always on the cards. We were lucky enough that the Opera House became the backdrop of our holiday as our airbnb was within walking distance and it was also where we caught the ferry to explore other parts of the city. Before I share the
Following on from my previous Barcelona post, where we took a little hike up the foothills of Mount Tibidago (I still get kicks saying that) we hopped back on the open top tour bus and ended up stopping at Avinguda Diagonal – the home of all the beautiful high end designers. I may have stared wistfully