My photos of Reykjavik published in Rolling Stone magazine! Yey!

Reykjavik article in Rolling Stone magazine

It was an ordinary Friday morning in March, like every other morning. I poured cereal into a bowl, splashed in some rice milk and turned on my laptop. At the top of my inbox I noticed an email from a woman I had never corresponded with before. I was suspicious. The woman claimed to work […]

The Igloo Hotel: What’s ‘Sleeping on Ice’ Really Like?

Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel in Alta, Norway

In my last blog post I wrote about how youth hostels have been a vital part of my travels, but lately, and on the other end of the spectrum, I’ve been travelling a lot for work which enables me to stay in some rather cool hotels of the Scandinavian variety. Of these hotels, none have […]

The Glamorous Retrospect of Youth Hostels

San Franciso, Youth Hostel

There are many reasons why I love to travel, but accommodation has never been one of them. This is because I have a habit of spending as little as possible on accommodation to ensure I can scrape together enough money for flights. I think most of us have done this, right? and many of us […]

Museum of the Month: Keats-Shelley Memorial House in Rome

Keats-Shelley Memorial Museum, Rome

Museum of the Month is a brand new series in which I share my experiences of visiting unique and often strange museums from around the world. My aim is to rebuff the notion that museums are boring! O he will mourn over every circumstance to me whist I cool his burning forehead – until I […]

The Tiled Buildings and Street Art of Lisbon

Azulejo art in Lisbon

Wander down any street in Lisbon and you’re sure to find many surprises! Many of these surprises are found on the buildings which are covered head to toe in decorative tiles, also known as Azulejos, they are a major part of Portuguese architecture and culture, often depicting narrative scenes. It’s difficult to believe that as […]