City of the Ancient World!

This was my first time in Cairo in Egypt, and I went to visit one of the most fascinating historical sites - one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Pyramids of Giza. https://videopress.com/v/oFQvYqjH?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata The Giza Pyramid complex is also know as The Giza Necropolis. The pyramids were constructed during the 4th dynasty of... Continue Reading →

Just Czeching Out Prague!

This city is like a fairytale. Everywhere you turn is beautiful. It's impossible to take a bad picture. It's full of tourists, but it's worth it. I simply adore going to Prague, everywhere you look shines. This time I went to a side of the city that I've never explored before. I went up the... Continue Reading →

The Charming Geneva!

I have visited this city many times, but always stayed around the lake, which is enormous and beautiful. In summer, you can swim in the lake and enjoy the blue water. I was there just a couple of weeks ago, and it was turning to autumn. The colours were beautiful, with warm yellows and orange.... Continue Reading →

“Just add three letters to Paris, and you have paradise.” — Jules Renard

Now that most countries are opening up after the pandemic, I had the honour of visiting one of my favourite cities. Paris is definitely one place that you never tire of visiting. Paris, France's capital, is a major European city and a global centre for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed... Continue Reading →

Honey in the Wood!

The Honeywood Museum is located in Carshalton, a suburb of London. The house where the museum is situated dates back to the 17th century, with Victorian and Edwardian extensions, including the billiard room, drawing room and Victorian scullery. In front of the museum, are the Carshalton ponds, which were built in the 17th century and... Continue Reading →

Colours of Brighton!

Brighton is one of the closest seaside towns to London. Only about an hour away by train, you're in this amazing colourful city full of surprises. This city is famous for having one of the most iconic and unusual palaces in the country, is considered the green capital of Britain, and ABBA won the Eurovision... Continue Reading →

Serpentine Gallery

If you are looking for something new to do in London, The Serpentine Gallery is the place to go. It is situated in Kensington Gardens, in Hyde Park, London. There are two gallery branches, one at the north side, and the other one on the south side. They are less than ten minutes walk from... Continue Reading →

Wonderful Wisley!

Wisley Gardens is one of the finest gardens in the world. It has a very big display of plants from all over the globe. One of the best things about it is that it's an always-evolving place not only through seasonal changes, but with newly created displays to keep the visitors entertained. It is a... Continue Reading →

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is one of the most iconic sites of London. I have visited this place a few times, but have never really managed to go back since they had installed a glass floor on the highest walkway. This bridge is often confused with London Bridge, which is only half a mile away. It connects... Continue Reading →

Garden of Earthly Delights – Déjà Vu!

I was hoping to visit these very famous royal gardens in spring, and the see all the beautiful flowers, but it did not work out like I thought because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Due to the lockdown we had in London, it was closed for the spring period. Luckily, I managed to return now, in... Continue Reading →

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