Weekly Favourites, 11th May, 2019

As you know, I was in Copenhagen last weekend visiting a Danish friend, Lene. It was lovely, albeit extremely cold! Where did the summer go?

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Friendly Friday – Alleys

This week’s Friendly Friday theme “alleys” takes my blog to South of France. We went there for a two week family holiday in 2010, staying a week in St Raphael and another in Cannes.

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A look into a dictator’s home

Bulgaria is one of the most fascinating countries I have had the chance to visit. I left a bit of my heart there (as in many other places around the world – I must be heartbroken – LOL!).  One of my bucket list goals is to go back for a road trip, exploring the whole […]

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Posing in Berlin

Strolling along the Spree river promenade, opposite the Berliner Dom, I suddenly noticed something happening on the wall above me.

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Weekly Favourites, 5th May, 2019

Hello from Copenhagen! The week has been lovely because I have had not one but two days of holiday and a trip to meet a friend in Denmark.

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An eerie visit to Oslo’s Sculpture Park

I came upon these photos from some years back and thought it would be interesting to share them with you. The photos were taken in what then turned out to be a gloomy Oslo. I was in the city for a work conference and our Norwegian hosts had arranged a bus tour around the city. Unfortunately, […]

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Happy May Day!

Strolling along the Motława River Embankment you can’t not notice the ferris wheel in the distance.

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Murals Galore in Gdansk

My daughter and I travelled to Gdansk recently. The Spring weather was magnificent and perfect for visiting the Zaspa neighbourhood. Zaspa is known for its’ transformation from a bleak soviet-style concrete block to a cool colorful neighbourhood filled with interesting murals.

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Oh, for the love of summer sunsets

At the moment I’m awaiting summer excitedly. The sun has been shining almost everyday, the weather has warmed and I feel much more energetic than during the dark winter.

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