The alleyways twist and turn like a labyrinth I had no ideaI was entering.Claustrophobia threatens to sink in as I ampushed up against strangers around me buta sense of adventure and curiosity of the unknownpropels me forward and urges my feet to keep moving.Colours and flavours and smells that are normally unrecognisableswirl through the air…… Continue reading Tangier
Hey guys! Don’t know about all of you, but I would, just for one year, be content and at peace with myself. The past year has been hard. Obviously, if you’ve been reading my posts, you will know 2017 brought it’s fair share of surprises. I met the absolute love of my life; I graduated university;…… Continue reading Peaceful is how I want my 2018 to be.
Hey guys! I know, I know, it’s the 12th of January and I’ve not posted in ages and I should’ve done a post closer to New Years and talked about this year’s goals and yadda yadda… and honestly, don’t get me wrong, I loved reading other people’s posts about what they’re doing for themselves this […]
Hey guys! My friend Katie is leaving soon to go back to Scotland, so we used Saturday to catch up and go and do things in Sydney that neither of us have done before.. First off, we went for a walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and toyed with the idea of doing the climb,…… Continue reading Weekend adventuring
How amazing are noodles!? That is a completely rhetorical question, because if you don’t like noodles, then I’m sorry but I cannot be friends with you. Egg noodles; ramen; udon; rice noodles; vermicelli noodles… with soy sauce; peanut satay sauce; black bean sauce; hoisin sauce; curry sauce; chilli sauce… with vegetables; in soup; dry; loaded with meat;…… Continue reading Oodles of Noodles.
Have you ever seen La La Land? I hadn’t. Not till the other night, when I met up with a good friend of mine at Luna Park in Sydney and we snuggled under blankets and watched it together. It was beautiful. The view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge is absolutely incredible from the entrance of the park…… Continue reading Watching a magical film under the stars.
I have never been so afraid of things brushing against me as I am now. My hair will literally tickle my ear and I’ll jump and freak out and think a spider has somehow crawled in and made my ear tunnel its new home. I know it’s silly, but you’ll all be laughing on the…… Continue reading My first day out in Australia.