Your dream holiday doesn’t always go to plan but you should never let that get you down. As an accident-prone traveller, I have developed a set of highly-tuned skills to avoid disappointment when things don’t go your way while abroad ! 😉
When you go abroad it’s always hard to know if you’re getting the “real” local experience. For this reason, this is the first in my series “Local Loves” where I hope to introduce you guys to friends, new and old, so that they can share some tips about their town.
So oranges are in season in Spain…and lots of them!
This was definitely our obsession over the three days that we spent in the Catalonian capital. In fact, I have already dedicated myself to moving to Barcelona just to open up a “Trees of Barcelona” and a “Windows of Barcelona” insta account!
Brought back to the land of Rosé and Beignets – a true October miracle.
This is a collection of pictures that capture the essence of my old neighbourhood.
We had prepared ourselves for five days of downpour, five days of sheltering in museums, five days of running mascara…but five days of fun all the same…
As it was August when I arrived to do my internship in Nevers, it was pretty quiet to say the least (my local pub closed for the first three weeks of my stay)! So, I made my way to Lyon to meet some people my own age and visit a city that I had heard so much about.
During my internship at the Conseil Départemental de la Nievre, I was lucky enough to explore the inner workings of two wonderful museums. Here is just a snapshot of what I discovered.
My internship at the Conseil Départemental de la Nievre was one of the most enriching experiences I’ve ever had. Not only did I improve my french immensely, but I became part of a fantastic team of people who are so passionate about their mission. I was also lucky enough to stay in this beautiful town for six weeks.