To get in the festive spirit, we spent the weekend in Vienna sightseeing and exploring the numerous christmas markets.
There were plenty of markets to explore and being crafty I wanted to see all of them. There were some really nice stools with unique hand crafted items although I have to say I was slightly disappointed to see similar items across all the markets. It seemed a shame that there wasn’t more hand crafted items and less mass produced. Having said that I enjoyed every minute of it. Below are a few pictures of my favourite stools.
More yummy biscuits
Cheeses and Hams
The largest of all the markets – Rathaus
Thanks to Candice, Ive been introduced to the world of free photoshop actions.
I wanted to know how to edit my photos into good black and white photos rather than the desaturate or grey scale route I normally take.
Ive just got back from my Delhi to Kathmandu adventure. This was my 2nd trip with Gap Adventures and again it was amazing.
Write up and pictures to follow shortly.
Last weekend I went to Paris for a short break. As usual I crammed in as much sightseeing as possible but enjoyed every minute…
Day 1: The Louvre , The Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, Sainte-Chapelle
Day 2: St-Pierre-de-Montmartre, Centre Pompidou
Day 3: Bike Riding, The Eiffel Tower
Accommodation: St Christopher’s Inn, Hostel
Overview: The bike hire scheme has to be the highlight of the trip, we had great fun exploring Paris on wheels and would recommend it to anyone.
I visited the Brooklyn Flea Market during my final weekend in New York. Having never been to a flea market before I wasnt quite sure what to expect. I mean I obviously knew there would be stools selling antiques and nick-nacks, but when I walked through the iron gates to the market I was very excited. There were hundreds of books to flick through, boxes and boxes of goodies to delve through and old style maps everywhere. Every stool told a story I could have been there all day rumaging though each stool.