When I was 19 years old I did what most Kiwi kids do… I dropped out of university and went on my ‘big OE’ (Overseas Experience). Ok, so most Kiwis don’t drop out of uni to do it… but I did. I had picked
I would call myself a fairly energetic person – I like to be busy. But I think I managed to ‘out-busy’ even myself on our recent holiday to France! Our holiday plans are usually pretty full-on and include visiting multiple cities, and
This is my first bi-lingual post. Apologies for the simplicity of the post and the perfunctory translation, but I wanted it to reflect my current level of French, so that in the future I can see progress (I hope / J’espère). Thanks to Jennifer
We are lucky across Europe to have some great ways to get around, so I thought I would rank my favourite modes of transport and explain the perks of each! See below for an opportunity for some discounts too! WALKING I’m a huge fan
Berlin is such a vibrant city – I found it a bit like London in it’s diversity. You really need a week to explore, but if you’re only passing through, here are some tips if you only have a day in Berlin.