Back in October I wrote a post called My 2016 Travel Goals. In that post I talked about wanted to visit Greece, Moldova, Belgium, Turkey, Spain, France… basically, a whole lot of countries around Europe. At the very end of that post, I said I also wanted to see a lot more of the UK, […]
Isle of Skye, Scotland Apologies for a complete lack of posts lately; between road-tripping across America and Canada, trying to completely furnish and decorate a house from afar, making it to Toronto in time to have Thanksgiving dinner with my mum, and showing my boyfriend around Quebec and Ontario, I’ve been quite busy lately. So […]
Sighisoara, Romania Osaka, Japan Osaka, Japan Kyoto, Japan Osaka, Japan Marrakech, Morocco Isle of Skye, Scotland Tokyo, Japan Pink is the next shade in what I hope is an ongoing collection of colours (see orange here). Pink is supposed to be a colour that calms you, that represents relaxation and contentment; considering I am leaving […]
Listvyanka, Russia Beijing, China Lagos, Portugal Kyoto, Japan Marrakesh, Morocco Edinburgh, Scotland Valletta, Malta Paris, France One of my favourite things to photograph is colour. I love bright, bold hues, red and purple and green and orange, so I thought I would start posting some of my favourite photos of each colour. Orange often represents […]
(photo taken by D.) Isle of Skye, Scotland I realized tonight that I am doing exactly what I want to be doing. I also realized just how goddamn happy I really am.
Edinburgh, Scotland I’ve been dreaming of living in the UK again, or perhaps Ireland. Those cloudy skies and blue-eyed boys just keep luring me back.
The Isle of Skye, Scotland I’m home now, back in Japan. The rest of my time in the Philippines was lovelier than I could have hoped, full of equal parts adventure and relaxation. As I often do, I became ill on the very last day of the holiday, coming down with a head cold (a […]
Glasgow, Scotland There were afternoons of wandering through parks, afternoons of horses in stables, afternoons of scones and tea, afternoons of laughter, afternoons of getting to know a city other than my own.
Views from a Double-Decker BusEdinburgh, ScotlandOn this particular day, the No. 26 bus was empty almost all the way to Portobello beach. Perhaps nobody else was as crazy as me to want to swim in the icy cold North Sea.
Isle of Skye, Scotland I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: these blisteringly hot days in Japan make me crave the cool winds and rains of Scotland. I would trade gulping down water and constant sweat for warm wooly jumpers and tea and scones any day of the week.