It’s not that long ago but I can remember it well, the day Sarah and I left our hostel in October 2013 on a grey and overcast day in Paris to go see Sacre Coeur de Montmartre. Not only to see this beautiful Basilica but also to see the view of Paris from this spot. This photo was taken right at that moment I saw Sacre Coeur for the very first time, after climbing a long flight of stairs.
For this week’s throwback thursday I have a photo of an owl for you. It’s one of my favourite photos that I took at the London Zoo. I surely didn’t expect that a big city like London would have a big zoo in the heart of the city.
And it’s Thursday again which means time for another throwback Thursday! This time it’s me “rocking out” near Balmoral Castle in Ballater, Scotland. I’m enjoying the view of River Dee from a big rock on the river side. Such a beautiful place to be, sit and contemplate life.
It’s throwback thursday time again, and this time it’s a photo from New York City in 2010. I’m sitting at the fountain across from Radio City Music Hall (staring at all the pretty lights I think). Oh I’d love to go back!
My London trip is coming closer and I’m so excited. Not only because I’m going to see my favourite band in concert but mainly because I’m going to be in London again and get to hang out with my friends.
I just love London, it’s my home away from home and being there always feels so good. It’s been over 10 years since I was there around Christmas time so I’m looking forward to seeing the city all decorated for the holidays. Maybe even do some Christmas shopping for my family back home.
Thinking of London made me go through all my photos again. Just to relive those wonderful moments. I came across this photo of me with one of my friends hanging out in the queue before a concert of the same band back in 2011
I have a lot of good memories from that particular trip. I got to see so much more from London than the regular tourist things, and even though I only have about 48 hours in the city this time I’m hoping to discover more off the beaten path.