What a glorious first stop we had. After flying in super early, the one day we spent in Venice was like stepping into a completely new world. A new world filled with wealthy middle aged couples that had proudly hired out water taxis to glide through the rivers, taking them to their hotels that overlooked the basilica. … Continue reading VENICE, ITALY
Prague was easily one of the most culturally picturesque places on our trip, it had the most GLORIOUS opera house I had ever seen (the big old picture above) and again I would recommend everyone to visit at some point in their life...but I am overwhelmed with the desire to rant and go off on a … Continue reading Prague, Czech Republic
After a train ride that started out in what looked like a nice, quiet Harry Potter cabin, we were soon disturbed by a conductor who stood and proclaimed ‘BACKPACKS’ whilst pointing down the train. Proceeding to turn into mad dash against other backpackers for seats in cabins miles away. Regardless, the views of endless sunflower … Continue reading Budapest, Hungary.
“Me and Simon are now cosily sat half an hour into our 6 hour train journey to Zagreb, whilst Noah resides in a completely different carriage, sitting backwards on his chair because he can’t ride trains facing the wrong way, all because he accidentally booked his ticket away from us. Oops, round of applause!” I … Continue reading ZAGREB, Croatia.
The beautiful thing about Hvar was that everyone seemed happy with what they had. There was a real sense of community about this island that I’ve never experienced before,probably because you could walk from one side of the island to the other in about 20 minutes, so everyone knew everyone. There was a view of … Continue reading HVAR, Croatia.