As a generation that’s apparently obsessed with brunch, I thought I’d do my bit to add to the stereotype. I’ve compiled a short guide to a few of my favourite brunch spots in Cornwall just in case you want to add to the millennial cliché, or you simply like to treat yourself to the best meal of the day. Read More
Walking around the cobbled streets of Portugal you can’t fail to noticed the famous azulejos. Brightly painted ceramic tiles adorn buildings and walls all around the country, and I became a little obsessed with photographing them at any opportunity. Read More
I’ve just returned from a few days in Brittany, where hedgerows bloomed, and borders blossomed. Read More
There is something pretty spectacular about the Eden Project in Autumn and Winter. The paths winding their way to the biomes are littered with copper coloured leaves, and the early dusks fill the biomes with a warming, homely glow. Read More
Looking at a map of Croatia, it’s near impossible to miss the abundance of archipelagos dotted along the coast line. After a few days exploring Split, we knew we wanted to spend the last part of our trip on one of these islands. I’d been reading about Croatia for a little while, and although I’d seen plenty on Hvar, Brac or Vis, I was quite intrigued by the little information on the island of Šolta, considering the proximity to Split. This intrigue swayed our decision, ferries were booked, and Air BnB was scoured for the next leg of our adventure. Read More
Before leaving for Croatia I’d seen pictures of azure lakes, waterfalls, and lush greenery; scenes that reminded me of Jurassic Park; images that looked like stills from a Hollywood movie. I knew I had to see for myself if Plitvice Lakes National Park really was as beautiful as it looked.
As the plane comes into land, small islands come into view. A green archipelago in a clear blue sea. Our Croatia adventure is about to begin, and it’s starting in Split. Read More
Down on the Lizard peninsula you’ll find Coverack, a small fishing village that has managed to withstand the touch of time. It is without a doubt one of the most charming villages in Cornwall, and one I’m ashamed to admit that I’ve only visited a handful of times.
Located on the Lizard Peninsula, Kynance Cove with its serpentine stacks, hidden caves and white sands is arguably one of the most beautiful places in the UK.
There is nothing more refreshing than strolling around Porthleven on a stormy day.
Walking along the harbour, the brightly coloured boats bob safely in the inner harbour. Shops and galleries showcasing the work of Cornish artists are perfect for diving in and out of to shelter from the elements, and rows of white houses with coloured trims and their blue picket gates echo the green-grey water and white crested waves. Read More