A look into the Isle of Raasay’s troubled past, the positive changes coming to the island , and the beauty that is all around on the paradise I call home.Read more "The Renaissance of Raasay"
And so it is done. My first travelling trip, and it has been one of the greatest experiences of my life. As I lay in bed on my beautiful yet isolated Hebridean isle on the fringes of Scotland, dreaming of setting out on so many foreign adventures, I truly had no clue as to what […]Read more "My Time In Italy"
Layers upon layers of history, the birthplace of one of the greatest empires in history. A city that saw monumental buildings, rulers and power rise and fall, but still withstood the test of time. Still alive and still great today, it truly is the eternal city. Of all the beautiful and fascinating places I was […]Read more "Roma"
A city buried for thousands of years, a city that suffered a tragedy, that became a historical miracle, a city of death and a city of preservation. The city of Pompeii. Pompeii is a place I have wanted to visit since the first time I learned of it. An actual piece of history, alive in […]Read more "Pompeii"
Glistening canals, breath-taking buildings and surely the most bridges ever constructed in one city. Venice truly is unlike any place I have ever seen. My home Island of Raasay is full of beauty, but it is natural beauty. Where as Venice is positively filled to bursting with man-made beauty. The city is a marvel of […]Read more "Venezia"
Picturesque , beautiful, warm, delightful. All words that float off the tongue when describing Florence. It was one of the major reasons for me choosing to travel to Italy and I was not disappointed. From the historic buildings, the friendly atmosphere, and the ease of getting around, all made sure that Florence is a place […]Read more "Firenze"
The capital of fashion, a compulsive shoppers heaven, and hustlers on every tourist hotspot. Where else could I be talking about other than Milan? The trumping of musical tones and the traditional Ryanair tannoy of “Congratulations on surviving your flight” or something like that, is what greeted me to Milan. As I left my my […]Read more "Milano"