Czechin’ Out Prague

Over the weekend, I went to Prague with one of my close friends for a short girls trip. I have been to Romania and Poland before so I had some idea of what to expect however I assumed that the city would be quite similar to Warsaw and Bucharest – which it was not. Perhaps…

Israel Pt. 4: Jerusalem, Jericho and Nazareth

Here are a few photos from my trip around Israel in April. The weather is terrible in Munich right now and on days like this, I miss exploring Israel a lot. Β Even though I am pretty exhausted in general, I’m always on the hunt for my next adventure or reminiscing about pastΒ trips. Jerusalem, Jericho and…

Torino and Fossano

Over the weekend, I went to visit my friend in her beautiful home in Fossano in the North of Italy. I had been to Torino, the capital of the region before however I had not explored the surrounding regions so this was a wonderful chance to get a taste of the region Piemonte. Torino (Turin)…

Long Weekend in Warsaw

I apologise that I have not been consistent with my posting. I have been super busy getting used to studying in Germany that I have been putting it off because I did not want to rush the writing process and produce terrible posts. In the meantime, I also recently came back from a trip to…

Israel Pt. 3: Dead Sea and Masada

On the second day of Passover, I took a day trip to the Dead Sea and the ancient ruins of Masada.Β It was roughly about 2-3 hours drive from Jerusalem and honestly my favourite day of the trip. Swimming in the Dead Sea has been on my bucket list for a while. So it was amazing…

Israel Pt. 2: Jaffa

At the north end of Tel Aviv’s coastline is its port which featured in my last post and at the south end is the quaint little town called Jaffa. This was one of the coolest towns I visited whilst in Israel and one I actually spontaneously went back to in the final days of my…

Israel: Tel Aviv

For the last week or so, I have been travelling around the beautiful country of Israel and the Palestinian Territories. Although the country is not that big (roughly the same size of Wales), there is so much to see and so I’ve come back from my trip completely drained but itching to go back and…

Second visit to Gelupo

It’s actually crazy the amount of love that I have for ice cream. I do not know what it is but I am absolutely obsessed with it. I would probably say this week alone, the only day that I did not have ice cream was Wednesday and I think it was simply because I was…

Exmouth Market: Dirty Burger

I recently discovered this little gem in East London. It is one of those little streets that I guess you have to either know London pretty well or be a local to actually frequent the stalls that are set up here during the day. I went for dinner here last week and had the best…

Riding House Cafe

Good morning! For a really long time, I kept on seeing this cafe on all the top brunch lists in London. However, every time I tried to get a reservation for weekend brunch here, it always was fully booked. I wanted to see what the hype was all about so when I was trying to…

Exmouth Market: Briki

Briki is a quirky, hipster’s paradise in Exmouth Market in Clerkenwell, London. Honestly, if I wanted to become a hipster, I would look for inspiration from the crowd that frequented this cafe as it is definitely their hangout spot. The cafe itself is one of those cosy corner restaurants with mismatch furniture and homemade juices….

On Cloud Ice

I saw a picture of the most amazing ice cream, a couple of weeks ago back in Munich. It was a soft serve cone with sprinkles and a candy floss cloud around it. When I found out that it was taken in Covent Garden in London and being the ice cream lover that I am,…