Lavenham, Suffolk

On a cloudy day in early June we spent the day in Lavenham, Suffolk, famed for its colourful and crooked medieval houses. We also had lunch in one of its pubs, but it wasn’t that great so I sadly can’t offer any lunch recommendations for the area. The one thing that really drew me to the […]

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Spring in London Part II

Here’s the second part of all my wanderings around London in spring. This first one was taken just after I got my graduate job – having a little celebration in Mayfair!

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Copenhagen Part II

If you want to see a general account of my trip to Copenhagen, click here for part I. The sights covered in this post are (in order): Nyhavn, Amalienborg, Frederik’s Church, St Alban’s Church, Kastellet and the Tivoli Gardens.

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Stock, Essex

Just a few twilight photographs of the little village down the road from where I’m currently living. Some accounts say that there has been a settlement on this site since pre-Roman times – possibly an Iron Age settlement. By all accounts it’s quite an ancient village and the church that features in the end has […]

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Oslo Part I

In June, my parents came all the way from Australia to participate in a conference/expedition around Svalbard, Norway – but we met up in Oslo beforehand so that I could see them for the first time in months! On our first day we took a boat to the Bygdøy peninsula, which is famous for its […]

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Marseille

I didn’t really know what to expect when I booked to go to Marseille on my trip to the south. I had heard it was France’s second largest city and a very different culture to Paris, but that was about it. So on our first morning, Sophie and I decided to hike up the hill […]

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