Spring’s Summon- La Primavera by Botticelli

Heart. Spring. Beauty. Sublime. Intrigue. Discourse. Discord… all embody my favourite painting La Primavera (Allegory of Spring) by Sandro Botticelli. In my opinion this is his MOST stunning work of art- some would attribute that to The Birth of Venus, but I beg to differ. Don’t get me wrong, Venus is stunning, and I love…

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Miracles & The Bell Tower- Pisa

I was many things in my former life, a fancy notebook, a fabulous handbag, a beautiful set of desk organisers, a rockstar but I am almost certain I was an Italian, and in my next life I will be an Italian. From the glorious hills of Tuscany, Florentine to be more specific. I love Italy.…

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Vagabond- A Photo Diary; Eguisheim, Alsace

Little town, it’s a quiet village Every day like the one before Little town full of little people Waking up to say… Bonjour! Bonjour!! Bonjour! Bonjour! Bonjour! Eguisheim is a commune in the Haut-Rhin department, Alsace. A little town to the North-East of France. Not quite full of little people, but I would imagine everyday…

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Vagabond; Lagos- Heart and Soul

Lagos. There is no place like Lagos. Until May of this year I hadn’t been back home for too long a time, so I’d forgotten how hectic and hot it can be. Compared to the laid-back pace of everyday life in London, Lagos is a shock to the system, a rude jolt that hits you the minute…

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Vagabond- Cambridge The Enchanting

There’s a city to the north of London, its quaint and charming, surrounded by a beautiful river, stunning landscape and architectural history. Everybody goes there, but its oddly never crowded, the summers are beautiful, in winter I’d imagine its mystical, in the Spring, glorious, and in Autumn, enchanting. Everything about Cambridge is enchanting. Sometime last year, I decided it…

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Rome Eats- Main and Dessert

La Taverna Dei Fori Imperiali- after walking from the Colosseum to the Pantheon, walk across the wide street and amble along until to come to the third turning on your left, or right…I’m not too sure but its about ten minutes from the Pantheon, in an alleyway, I think everything in Rome is in some cobbled…

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Vagabond- A Weekend In Rome

When in Rome one must roam. You cannot possibly visit Rome and not be a tourist, even living there it’ll be hard not to be enthralled by the wonder all around. Rome as a city is a wonder of the world, I believe; everything is almost steeped in history over time. You get the sense of…

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