A step-by-step guide on how to move to Berlin

Ok, I know there are one hundred and one blog posts, listicles and interviews on how to successfully to move to Berlin.  Hell, I've even dipped my toe into the advice column pool before. But to be honest, when I was moving here it was still really hard to find all the information, especially in one …

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Berlin.

I've been living in this anarchistic, city of sin that Europe forgot for more than a year now.  I thought it was time for a review. From the hippest of hipster hoods, obligatory tourist visits, best spots to ogle art and reliable brunch ... this is my version of Berlin. Art.  When it comes to …

Travel diaries: Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris

When it comes to art contemporary has my heart. Not an expert, still, not a notice, just a woman with a camera and an eye for what she likes. Here's a snapshot of contemporary art from around the world.

Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), Barcelona

When it comes to art contemporary has my heart. Not an expert, still, not a notice, just a woman with a camera and an eye for what she likes. Here's a snapshot of contemporary art from around the world.

Paris.

Cliché or not, Paris is the shit and I love it.  A city of contrasts; old and new, wealthy and poor, take your breath away beautiful and leave you flabbergasted rude. I'll take it all with a croissant in one hand and café in the other, s'il vous plait.  From a rookie but hopeless admirer, …

My travel beauty essentials

Spontaneous, last minute flights, meeting new people and immersing yourself in a new culture.  Life is pretty peachy when you’re a jet setter. Flip the coin though, and the dark side of travelling can rear its ugly head.  I’m not talking about a running-with-the-bulls-incident-gone-wrong sort of dark side, but more of a how-on-earth-am-I-going-to-fit-all-this-in-my-suitcase kind of …

Spain. Part II.

So, Part I included stunning Seville and edgy Grenada - undoubtedly my two favourite places in Spain. What can you expect from Part II?  Valencia and Barcelona, of course! Valencia was not my favourite place, although still it's Spain in summer, so not going to complain too loudly.  The beach was awesome and the town …

Spain. Part I.

After what seemed like not enough time in London, I flew down to Seville to meet some lovely lads from back home in Melbourne. While travelling solo really is dope and certainly has its benefits, it was pretty sweet to see some friendly faces and have a killer gang with whom to roll around town. Seville …

London.

Although not my first time in the UK capital, I was still excited as a kid with candy when I arrived in London. It's a city that I fell immediately in love with when I first went back in 2011; a love which still prevails to this day. I spent the week in uber trendy …

Athens and the Greek Islands.

Travelling from the source of the Nile to the birth place of democracy, I landed in Athens not quite fully prepared for the all encompassing wall of heat that is the European summer. Flight delays, errors in hostel bookings and extreme exhaustion aside my first impression of Athens was a good one.  A stone's throw away …