There is no escaping the fact that New York is a stunning city, walking through its buildings that are reaching skyward it is hard not to feel inspired. I couldn't resist the urge to see how some of our snaps came out - they seemed to be pretty stunning.
Sydney is a stunning city, from its breathtaking bay views, majestic opera house and beautiful botanical gardens, there is so much to see. It's been almost ten years since my last visit, but here are some of those beautiful sights from back then .
Sitting proudly in Woolloomooloo Bay, Sydney, is one of Australia's most famous and enduring culinary institutions. It is none other that the world famous Harry’s Cafe de Wheels. If Sydney nominated a spiritual home for late night snacking, it would be here. Harry's pies has occupied it’s spot between Woolloomooloo and Kings Cross for more … Continue reading Harry’s Cafe De Wheels
It is almost impossible to spend a day in Athens without seeing an ancient sight or beautiful vista. Walking around and taking it in is one thing you must do on a visit. Here are some of the best sights from a day’s wander in the city.
The streets of Greece are generally stunning, whether it's an ancient building, ruin or incredible view there is always something to look at. One thing that is less noticeable than other cities in Europe is their street art. Murals are less present than other European capitals like London or Brussels, however, after looking around, you … Continue reading Some Greek Street Art
Every day at 11am outside the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Athens there is a short, colourful and sombre ceremony which has been one of the cities big tourist attractions for decades, it is the changing of the guard. The Evzones are the elite soldiers guarding the tomb, they have elaborate uniforms and during … Continue reading The Changing Of The Guard in Athens
About an hour long hike from the town of Agia Marina on the isle of Aegina (also known as Egina) is the temple of Aphaia. Now that’s a lot of A’s. The temple is an ancient sanctuary site which is thought to date back to 570BC, most of it lays in ruin, however, there are … Continue reading The Temple of Aphaia