How to spend 3 days in Budapest

Budapest has a long and rich history. Its name actually derives from the unification of three cities, which were originally named Buda, Óbuda and Pest. Buda and Óbuda to the west of the River Danube and Pest to the east. The cities were unified in 1873, Óbuda represents ‘Old Buda’ so the city is really…

Carry-on Travel Essentials

So what do you need to have in your carry-on or hand luggage, and what is essential? What's going to make that long haul flight, next to a screaming baby,  with two stop-offs delays, and travelling thousands of miles across the world, bearable or even actually enjoyable? This article contains affiliate links, which means I…

My Abstract Art

My Abstract Art – Series Inspiration

Following on from my previous work, My Brand Art, I wanted to work on a much larger piece without the limitations of a particular colour palette, to see how this would influence and shape my work. As with my previous work, I used a previous life drawing as a jumping off point and then started…

Gifts for the Wanderlust Traveller

What do you get as a gift for the wanderlust traveller? If they travel regularly they're probably into minimal living, living out a backpack and travelling from place to place, heck they might not even have a permanent home to call their own! So it can be a little tricky sometimes to know what to…

How to spend 3 days in Amsterdam

So Amsterdam is not exactly for the prudish or faint hearted. Amongst beautiful architecture, winding canals, and tonnes of bicycles you will also get to see the infamous Red Light District, and experience the whiff of marijuana every so often! Taboos aside Amsterdam is a wonderful city to visit; rich in culture, art and history.…