Rwanda in Photos: Posh restaurants, markets, hiking and a mine (yes, seriously)

In September I was very lucky to spend 3 whole weeks in Rwanda, on a work trip. Last time I had been there was in 2015 and I already wrote my naive impressions of the country in this post. But this time I was equipped with my favorite camera and really enjoyed pretending to be... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Preparing for the London winter

These days the greyness in London is starting to set in, things are feeling a little bit colder, and I am starting to not feel like doing much at all. This morning when my alarm went off it was still pitch black outside, and it felt so cold outside the snugness of my comforter. Luckily... Continue Reading →

Featured post

How do you measure a decade?

About this time 10 years ago, I was a naive, unaware, unsuspecting, inexperienced 20 year old who was about to go live in France by herself for 8 whole months. I was silently terrified when I landed in Charles de Gaulle Airport, finding myself unable to even independently navigate out of the airport and clinging... Continue Reading →

Where do the women of London shop?!

I've lived in the UK for 3.5 years now and still have so much trouble shopping. Doesn't it seem impossible to find normal, professional and classic-style clothes that suit you without dishing out basically your entire paycheck each time? It is a game of extremes. You either have to settle for flimsy, cheap, mass produced,... Continue Reading →

Mongolia: Ulaanbaatar & Gobi Desert

March was a very busy travel month. When it rains, it pours, as they say. But in this case, in a really great, adventurous way. Over 2-week-long back-to-back trips, with just a 2-night break back in London, my job took me to Johannesburg, South Africa, Windhoek, Namibia, and a few parts of Mongolia. London to Ulaanbaatar Getting to Mongolia... Continue Reading →

Featured post

Getting to know Edinburgh through stories

Sometimes, when I am too lazy to learn about the history of a place I'm visiting, I feel like travel is a bit wasted on me. I start to take all the buildings and streets for granted. There's no meaning in them for me. Sure, at first when you begin traveling things are exciting just... Continue Reading →

Featured post

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑