We woke to a sunny morning in London and started the day with a traditional English breakfast at the Travelodge. For the picky traveler, they did have yogurt and fruits in addition to beans, eggs and sausages.
My son and I visited London in December 2019. It was his first time in the city, so we toured some of the usual tourist spots but managed to fit in meet-ups with friends and some unexpected experiences as well. You’ll be astonished how much we managed in just for days.
January can sometimes be a bit of a boring month. Not when you’re in Helsinki! Since 2009 Helsinki kicks off the month with a five day Lux Helsinki -festival that lights up the city. This year it is on from the 4th till the 8th of January. Most of the artwork is on a 2,5 … More Glimpses of Light
The kids and I visited Tallinn during the school Autumn holiday for some good food and interesting museums.
Take a leap of faith and begin this wondrous new year by believing. – Sarah Ban Breathnach Cheers to a new decade – Happy New Year 2020! xx
The last time I wrote a favourites post was way back in November. There definitely have been many highlights since then.
A friend and I decided to visit Porvoo this year for some Christmas cheer. It was a great decision, as the town was busy with all things Christmassy.
Randomly browsing blogs, I came upon a 20 questions post. I thought it was a fun idea and decided to translate the questions into English and try it for myself. Feel free to join in!
It’s been a lovely week with great food and meeting friends. Read on to hear of a great breakfast place in Helsinki!
I’m one of those people who get excited about Christmas the minute the weather cools and the evenings start to get darker. But I go off it just as quickly, as I have no interest in seeing anything Christmas after Boxing Day!