In 2011 I went to NZ. In 2012 I went to NZ and USA. In 2013 I’ve already been to the USA and the UK and it’s only April. I think that’s pretty awesome. Right now I’m planning my next trip for the end of the year. I thought I’d share the planning process. Visas are … More Planning: The Next Adventure
I spent all of my first week in London being a huge tourist. I carried a backpack everywhere, held a camera at all times, and look confused with a giant map. Nevertheless, I found my way around London, in and out of tube stations, double decker buses and around the monopoly board. (In Case your … More United Kingdom : Week 1
I spent the week exploring London, and saw some incredibly awesome, and some incredibly weird things. The following weekend, I joined my sister and brother in-law for city exploring (photos to come) but here’s a starter… One of my old roommates Imogen, is now living in London so I met up with her for … More United Kingdom : More London photos
The London Tube or London Underground is the greatest train network I have yet seen (though I haven’t yet been to Japan). It’s a pretty clever system of moving many people throughout London, conveniently, and regularly. For me, trains came every 5 or so minutes, and weren’t too expensive. They were clean, modern and really really … More United Kingdom : London Underground/Tube
Borough Markets are fruit/vegetable/food/pastry/European markets in London. There were incredible smelling stalls of cheese, bread, olives, fruit, pastrys, jams and all different kinds of food. If I lived in London, I’d definitely head there each weekend for lunch.
Surprise! I’m in London! It was an entirely last minute, not-planned, spur of the moment trip to visit my older sister and her beloved England. Literally, I gave her 2-3 days notice. So now I’m in London, and I have frivolous plans to go to every country in Europe, but will probably eventuate to Britain, Scotland, … More United Kingdom : Day 1 : Jetlag and Exploring