Granada

The final destination of my Easter trip to Andalusia was the beautiful Granada. The Semana Santa processions were winding up, but we still managed to catch some sights (including a Virgin Mary float that is carried solely by women). As the south of Spain has a huge Arabic culture, it was the perfect place to [...]

Cordoba

After Seville we travelled to Cordoba nearby. We only stayed one night, as Cordoba is smaller than other cities to explore. Covering the city centre doesn't take long, but there is still enough to see to make it a worthwhile destination! The top thing to see in Cordoba is the mosque - cathedral. It is unique as [...]

Semana Santa in Seville

During the Easter break earlier this year I hopped in a car and travelled to the Andalusia region of southern Spain, swapping the cold north of Burgos for sun, sunglasses and the slightest of tans... First stop was Seville, which is often reported to be one of the best cities in Spain to visit for [...]

Travel Photography Tips

If you have a love for wanderlust, you probably also love to capture your memories of adventure. Travelling not just opens up your mind but also a world of photography possibilities. From stunning landscapes to once in a lifetime candid shots, each photo is unique and holds personal meaning. To bring out the best of [...]

La Boqueria Market

A famous street in Barcelona is La Rambla- full of shops, tourists and pickpockets. However to the side of it is also La Boqueria market: a food market that sells delicious, quality goods (for a hefty price!). Despite the crowds it is definitely worth navigating your way around, even if it is just to look [...]

Photography Tips 101

Not that I can consider myself much of an expert. Just the other day I was out with my camera and a couple with a fellow Nikon asked me to take their photo. Obviously assuming I would take a decent photo. Nope, it was too shadowy and I wanted to explain that I am still a novice. [...]

London Life on a Budget

I lived in and out of London for the best part of three years during my university studies, and whilst I came to call it my home, it can still be the daunting giant every non-Londoner views it as. Whilst I learnt to navigate the underground, roll my eyes at slow walking tourists and now I pay [...]

Student Tips 101

So, A-Level results are out and I'm seeing social media updates about how excited people are to start uni and I feel so, so very old. Also nostalgic for that youthful, innocent flutter of excitement for what uni will be. I was going to Laaandan! I was going to freshers week! I was going to [...]