On the outskirts of Lisbon lies a small national park, that on the one end is fringed by the Atlantic Ocean, on the other by the historic town of Sintra and the countryside surrounding it. Visiting Sintra is like visiting Disneyland but only if Disneyland was build for history nerds, architects and art lovers
Portugal is awesome! Old cities with streets covered in slippery cobblestones, painstakingly steep hills sneaking up to palaces and castles, the bluest January sea… I thought that in two weeks I would have enough time to go through all of Portugal, and even though I have been able to cover most of the highlights, I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface and I’m left wanting more.
When I think of Scotland, the usual suspects spring to mind first: bagpipes and haggis, highlands, a charming but at times incomprehensible accent. And wouldn’t
I’ve been quiet lately on here and on my social media, but now the semester is over and I have time for life! I feel
I have had this post in the drafts folder for months now. But it’s been a awhile since the last What to wear post –