A Wander Guide: Barcelona, Spain

A Wander Guide: Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona. My sister’s favourite place in Europe. A city in which I’d only spent a few fatigued days after finishing the Camino many years ago, and somewhere my mother had never visited. We allotted four days, just long enough to wander around aimlessly & fall 

Four Days in Amsterdam, Holland

Four Days in Amsterdam, Holland

There’s something magical about Amsterdam. This was my second visit to the Dutch capital, and still I have trouble explaining to people what is so captivating about it. I can never quite get across how genuinely crooked all of the buildings are. Crooked doors, windows, 

A Wander Guide: Paris

A Wander Guide: Paris

Paris owns my heart. It’s the one city that keeps dragging me back time & time again. This was my sixth visit to Paris, and still it amazes me that a city so smooth & polished can at the same time be so rough & 

7 hours in Cork, Ireland

7 hours in Cork, Ireland

You’re probably thinking, how does one come to spend seven hours in Cork? Well. It takes three hours to drive from Dublin city centre to Cork. It also takes forty minutes to get from where I live into Dublin city centre. Let’s not forget walking 

Eating & Drinking in Edinburgh, Scotland

Eating & Drinking in Edinburgh, Scotland

Warning: this post contains a lot of recommendations about eating & drink in Edinburgh. Read on at your own peril. A little while ago, Boyfriend & I celebrated our two year anniversary. Our ideal way to celebrate anything is to eat ridiculously good food, & 

Exploring Copenhagen, Denmark

Exploring Copenhagen, Denmark

This coming September, I will have known one of my best friends for twelve years. That’s half of my lifetime & a rather impressively long time to still enjoy another’s company. We’ve spent a heck of a lot of time together during our twelve years. 

Bremen, Germany

Bremen, Germany

This might sound weird, but I can remember the exact moment when I decided that I wanted to go to Bremen. I was 17, & I was studying for my final German exam ever. The paper I was studying was about the German government trying 

Winter Weekend in Westport

Winter Weekend in Westport

Friends, I have to be honest with you: Westport was never one of the places on my “to-go list”. Why would I want to go to a small town tucked away in the back arse of nowhere? A trip to Westport would have meant experiencing 

Notting Hill Workshop

Notting Hill Workshop

The blue door. Meeting the woman who inspired me to begin my own food blog. Eating my heart out. Meeting like-minded new people. Getting to see how actual real food bloggers (because obviously I ain’t a real one) construct a scene. Learning so many new 

London, UK

London, UK

Our weekend in London started out a bit differently from pretty much any trip I’d ever been on before. Boyfriend had told me two days before my birthday that we were flying somewhere & that I’d need to pack a bag for similar-ish kind of 

Walking the Camino de Santiago, A Photo Guide

Walking the Camino de Santiago, A Photo Guide

Hello, friends! I’m here today to share a post that is very near and dear to my heart – Walking the Camino de Santiago, A Photo Guide. Along with my friend Karen, I walked the Camino in the summer of 2014, and it was an