My Affair With Mr Karlovy Lazne

CZECH NIGHTS

The Czechs are world renowned party animals and good drinkers especially with their cheap drinks and affordable currency. As a young traveller, I always always always have to check the city’s night life out. When in Prague I realised that I can’t be fulfilled with what a city/place has to offer if I don’t go out. I believe a place can only be fairly judged after having had the opportunity to experience its treasures both in the night and in the day. Continue reading “My Affair With Mr Karlovy Lazne”

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City of Bohemia, Prague

Prague, Czech Republic

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Known to many as the City of Hundred Spired or Praha. I was taken by the beauty of this place; in all honesty I didn’t know what to expect apart from the low temperatures as I had been to lazy to do any research on the place. I had however seen numerous pictures on Instagram and acquired varies information from instagram and colleagues about the Christmas markets, cheap beers and the occasional racism, which appeared to deter a large number of ethnic minorities from visiting this beautiful historical capital of bohemia. Why Praha/Prague? It was ranked the fifth most visited city in Europe in 2014 by TripAdvisor along with Paris, Rome, Istanbul and London. (P.S. I still need to visit Istanbul). Continue reading “City of Bohemia, Prague”

The Curry Mile, Manchester

Hungry and in Manchester?

Take a bus ride down to Rusholme and have a curry at one of the restaurant on the famous Curry Mile. The name Curry Mile is a nickname for the part of Wilmslow Road running through the centre of Rusholme in South Manchester, England. The name was earned from the large number of restaurants, take-aways and kebab houses specialising in the cuisines of South Asia and the Middle East, thought to be the largest concentration of South Asian restaurants outside the Indian subcontinent.

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#Goodbye2014 – New Years Eve Celebrations

Let me start with wishing each and everyone of you a happy blessed new year. May this year bring joy, peace, prosperity and God’s blessings to you and your family. This year I welcomed the New Year in Manchester, England over 200 miles away from my immediate family who are based in London. This is the first new year in over a decade that I have not celebrated with my family; after the first night, my aunt commented that i looked home sick. Continue reading “#Goodbye2014 – New Years Eve Celebrations”

No Cards this Christmas?

CHRISTMAS MARKETS

IMG_1886 If you are far from home this Christmas due to work or personal travels or even by choice and are in need of some festival uplift. You should try and locate your nearest Christmas markets to indulge in the local and festival traditions/cultures/foods. Continue reading “No Cards this Christmas?”

Walking into a Winter Wonderland

Why should you visit the London Winter Wonderland funfair during this festival IMG_2411season?! Read more and decide for yourself. For the best part of my early 20s, I have wanted to attend the winter wonderland funfair or show, don’t know what I should refer it to but I hadn’t been able to until this past weekend. My friend is currently doing a daily blogpost on 12 days of Christmas and I thought I would be ideal for her to include a post exhibiting her partakes in the seasonal celebrations.

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Colouring the Town – Santorini

Santorini at night

I don’t about y’all but a good night out always seals the holiday for me; this is because you get to experience everything that can be offered by any place day and night. Santorini, for young people I would say this place is paradise but definitely not a party island, you need to go Ibiza and Mykonos in this case for that. It has nice clubs/bars dedicated to providing all music genres. Continue reading “Colouring the Town – Santorini”