When I travelled around Europe with a friend back in 2009, we went to museums and art galleries in almost every city we visited. There is something naturally engrained in every tourist that makes you feel that these kinds of attractions should be on your must-visit list. Since then, these kinds of places have slowly … Continue reading
Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Seattle in the US of A. This is the infamous Gum Wall – started a couple of decades ago, people outside this music venue began sticking their used gum onto the wall of the building. This was removed a few times by the authorities but it kept coming … Continue reading
Walking around Barcelona’s Barri Gotic, you will notice the streets are plastered with street art around every corner. Below are some photos I have taken whilst wandering.
The final stop on our alternative tour of Berlin was probably my favourite. Our guide took us to a seemingly abandoned looking building and told us to go in. Needless to say I was a little confused. We trawled up flights of stairs boxed in by walls covered with graffiti, flyers, posters and stickers. I wasn’t … Continue reading
One more thing I have to add about Roberts Creek is their artistic talents. As I’ve explained in previous posts, it’s a quaint litte creative place, where you can do yoga by the sea and shop organic to your heart’s content. Just when I thought it couldn’t get any better, I came across this beauty: … Continue reading
When I arrived in Roberts Creek last week, my mind was all over the place; hence the confused post! I felt like too much was going on in my head and it needed to get out of there, fast. I was in the perfect location, a quiet and peaceful seaside town. And it seems someone … Continue reading
I’ll admit, I have been neglecting my blog somewhat over recent weeks. I apologise! You have still been reading it however, and for that, I thank you. So a bigger post is planned for tomorrow. For today, I would just like to share with you a recent achievement of me of which I am a … Continue reading