Catching the sun in Kyrenia
As the Summer sighs its last and the days begin to shorten, it's natural to get a little bit glum. Winter is on its way, leaves are turning, you begin to notice that more people are wearing jackets, pedestrians scuttle to nearby taxis rather than walk -  and it's increasingly difficult to justify wearing flip flops! I actually do like autumn in London a lot - but if you still haven't had enough of summer, here is a suggestion for you - go to Cyprus!… (10 comments)

How to spend a sunny day in Hyde Park
Sundays in sunny London... So many things to do and so many things to see! What I have learned about London is, that you often need to plan ahead if you don't want to miss out on all the events going on around here, and it can get a bit stressfull from time to time. Now, that I have lived in London for a while, I often prefer just taking a walk and discover along the way...… (14 comments)

The secret summer garden at Oxford Street!
I love shopping! Especially in London, where you can get more or less everything you want! But sometimes shopping can be a bit exhausting - and you get to a point, where you just want to escape all the hustle and bustle! It was only recently that I found out, that this escape actually exist, and even better - it is placed in the middle of Oxford Street! Believe or not, it is on the roof of John Lewis … (8 comments)

In the footsteps of Mozart – Salzburg part I
Regarded as a musical genius, and most certainly one of the world’s most influential musicians and composers, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a true son of Salzburg. As you might have read in my previous post, Frenchie and I were staying at the beautiful Schloss Leopoldskron . We had two days in Salzburg before moving on to Berchtesgarden and that was actually enough to explore this wonderful baroque city following the footsteps of its most famous son and gain insights into fascinating history… (8 comments)