Kew Gardens – Connecting the London dots

There are so many free things to do in London and I do try my best to take the full advantage of it. However there are few places where I don’t mind paying and Kew Gardens is definitely one of them. This was the second time I’ve been there – last time was an earlyContinue reading “Kew Gardens – Connecting the London dots”

Day 2 – Our Ring Road trip around Iceland in a camper van

Day 2: Gullfoss – Hjálparfoss – Þjóðveldisbærinn – Háifoss – Merkjárfoss – Seljalandsfoss – Skógafoss The very first night of our Icelandic adventure we spent in a car park… I didn’t sleep well at all, it was my very first time sleeping in a camper van and I really struggled to fully relax, so most of the night I spentContinue reading “Day 2 – Our Ring Road trip around Iceland in a camper van”

Clifton Nurseries – Connecting the London dots

My series of small blog post about my favourite hidden places in London.  The other day I had a work meeting near Paddington station and as I don’t normally tend to spend a lot of time around this area, I’ve done some Instagram research and found someone mentioning Clifton Nurseries, which are a short walkContinue reading “Clifton Nurseries – Connecting the London dots”

Day 1 – Our Ring Road trip around Iceland in a camper van

Day 1: Keflavik airport – Blue Lagoon – Þingvellir National Park – Geysir – Gullfoss The road trip around Iceland was an absolute dream-come-true for both of us. I was turning 30 on the 23rd of June and I wanted to do it somewhere epic! So in October we decided to save up for a fewContinue reading “Day 1 – Our Ring Road trip around Iceland in a camper van”

Brussels – My Top 5 Favourite Things

I have visited Brussels for the first time a few weeks ago and was absolutely blown away how stunning it is! We spent there just over 24 hours but it was a total wind-whirl. I have written a post about our trip last week but now I want to mention some of my absolute highlightsContinue reading “Brussels – My Top 5 Favourite Things”

24 hours in Brussels 

Currently sitting on a very comfortable Eurostar train on our way to spend just over 24 hours in Brussels. We set alarm for 5am and only 13min later we were jumping on a bus which took us straight to St Pancras station. Every time I travel by Eurostar it amazes me how easy and comfortableContinue reading “24 hours in Brussels “