When I was in Italy, I heard about these bags called “O bag”. According to the tour leader, they were very popular. And sure enough, when I started looking, I noticed many women had an O bag. The tour leader did too. And that pretty much sealed my decision (and may other’s on the tour), that I must get an ‘O-Bag’.
As some of you know, I recently went on a Contiki tour of Italy. I always thought I wasn’t the sort of person who would do a Contiki, because I am not a partier. However, when I got on the tour I realised, that despite all of our differences, we were all similar – looking to experience the culture, history and food of Italy.
Recently I went on holiday to Italy. I had a few days in Sorrento as part of my tour, and one of the optionals was going to Capri for the day.
Once again, I apologise for the delay in my posting updates. It seems like this keeps happening…I get too busy with life to actually work on my blog and write posts.
I’ve realised that I love blogging, but I only want to post quality…rather than quantity. For a long time I was concerned about the number of likes and follows I got for each post, but I started getting bored because there is only so much I can write about fashion and travel.
Abbey Road and the Beatles. The two names are synonymous with one another. Ever since I was a child, I have wanted to go to Abbey Road and see where they made the record called, aptly, Abbey Road. I also wanted to see what I call ‘The Beatles’ Crossing’.
Being an expat is fun and it will not be easy to go back to my home country in a few months.
You see, being an expat is dangerous. At first, it is scary and all you want to do is go home, but soon enough you get over that homesickness and start enjoying your time overseas.
This weekend I did something incredibly touristy. I decided to do a London City Walk, which took us all around Southwark and showed some rather interesting landmarks on the way. A lot of the things the guide showed us, I never knew!