Ceramic animals

This is the story of 3 cats, 2 fish and a rooster who meet in a restaurant… 🙂

Amalfi Coast – 2013



Stones in the water

The Lake District is like a Lord of the Ring movie set.

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014



The colours of the houses, the warmth of the people, every day in Brazil feel like a celebration.

Brazil – 2013



I am not a big fan of ostentatious jewellery piece but I can appreciate the beauty of the details.

Dubai – 2014


Thailand – Part 1 – Bangkok

After an eleven-hours flight from London we landed in Bangkok at mid-day.

We headed straight to the Hilton Millennium where we were staying for the next 3 nights. It isn’t in the most charming area but the view from the bedrooms is insane and well worth it!


To celebrate our first night in the land of smiles we headed to the rooftop for some cocktails (Thailand is heaven for cocktails aficionados). We then went to The Never Ending Summer, which is walking distance to the hotel, for the most delicious dinner!


Still euphoric to be in Thailand and completely jet lagged, our final stop that night was at Maggie Choo for some jazz and more cocktails! The place is surreal and well worth the trip if you like a little bit of partying.


On day two of our trip in Bangkok, we headed by boat to Wat Pho.

It is good to note that boats are a very efficient way to travel to the most touristic sites in Bangkok. You avoid the dreadful Bangkok traffic, it is cheap as chips and it stops about 100 meters from all the main sites!


Wat Pho is just beautiful, it is a gigantic temple complex in the centre of Bangkok. The architecture is breathtaking and the Reclining Buddha is the biggest statue I have ever seen.


Get lost in the parks and people watch while sipping on A LOT of water.


Know that there is a strict dress code when visiting temples and official sites in Thailand, not too much legs or shoulders. The Thais are very organised and tourist-friendly and all sites will provide appropriate clothing if needed. It makes for very interesting outfits of the day!


After wandering in the Buddhist sanctuary, we headed out to get lost in the little streets of Chinatown.


A lot of people warned me about Bangkok’s smell. I was told it was very strong and quite fishy. Well… During the 3 days we spent there, I can only remember of once where there was a very bad street smell. Yes it smells of food, yes it is very warm and humid, but no you won’t faint or gag when walking around the less touristy streets. So go ahead, don’t be scared and explore!


After checking a few landmarks off the list like the Giant Swing and some beautiful squares, we headed to Wat Arun (by boat) for another beautiful wander.


On our third and final day, we visited the Grand Palace which is grand to say the least. Rooms after rooms of wonders, manicured gardens, everything shine and sparkle in this place. It also really highlight the importance of the Royal Family for Thais, they have so much love and respect for them.


Going from luxurious estates to rougher surroundings, we headed to Khaosan Road for a little bit of shopping and some food.10900009_10152969799185090_2333088027602327895_o10924214_10152969799040090_1590788645738493730_o1622411_10152969799695090_6872950983001824442_o

It was a wonderful 3 days in Bangkok and I would absolutely recommend visiting the city. One regret for us was not to have enough time to visit the floating markets

Planning a trip to Thailand?

Check my other guides on Chiang Mai, Phuket and the islands!


Into the woods

Giant trees and beautiful lakes.

Lake District (Cumbria) – 2014


Sea life

People looking at fish or fish looking at people?

Dubai – 2014


The streets of Istanbul

Istanbul streets are so eclectic, a mixture of traditional European architecture, middle-eastern restaurants and edgy street art.

Istanbul – 2015


Exotic paradise

Craving for some Brazilian sun and beach time in the middle of winter.

Brazil – 2013