Downtown London

Western University, where I'm currently studying, is located in a small city called London a couple of hours from Toronto. A couple of weeks ago, my friend Flo and I decided to go on a little adventure around the area and make the most of the weather as the temperature was still around 30 degrees, even at the end of September. 
Although relatively small, we discovered some lovely little nooks and crannies. Very photogenic as well...


Fall'in in love with Canada - Niagara Falls

A bit of a different setting from the usual so I suppose I have a bit of catching up to do. I'm currently on a year abroad at Western University in Ontario, Canada. The last month or so has been a whirlwind to say the least, meeting lots of new people and adjusting to lectures again (unfortunately my second year of uni actually counts). But rather than drowning in my current essay sorrows, I'll just focus on the fun stuff. Being so close to the area and luck enough to have lovely family willing to chauffeur me around, of course we had to take a trip to one of the seven wonders of the world - Niagara Falls.
Let's just say it's not just my new British friends that are steaming on a regular basis...
After a relatively short drive for Canada's standard, we arrived in Niagara, parked up and wandered down the tourist strip. 
We were greeted by this breathtaking view, definitely not disappointing.


Bath Christmas Market

Bath is definitely up there with one of my favourite places in the UK. Being so close to where I live, I spend a lot of my time there throughout the year, come rain or shine. If you ever find yourself in the South West, Bath needs to be on your list of places to visit. 
Especially at Christmas time; it's a festive wonderland...


London in a Day

I'll admit, this blogpost has been a long time coming. Moving out of home and up to university has been a big adjustment, leaving me with much less spare time than I had anticipated. I'm hoping to change that now that I'm home for Christmas, so here's to many more posts in the coming weeks!

These photos are from way back at the end of September when I went to London to explore for the day with a friend.


Rome Style

When it comes to dressing for the Rome heat, you have to opt for something lightweight, comfortable and most importantly, breathable. 
There's a lot of walking involved in a city break, and unfortunately, exercise tends to be accompanied by sweat. Especially in the 30+ degree heat.
That's where skirts or dresses come in handy. In the famous words of Covergirl, they're easy, breezy, beautiful.