Photo Diary // Nothing is Prettier than Prague // January 2019

Saturday, December 14, 2019

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Milk Beach Vaucluse // Sydney Beaches

Monday, November 18, 2019

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This is a hidden gem in Vaucluse, in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. It is super accessible by bus and then you walk about 5-10 minutes along the coast (Hermitage Foreshore Walk) to a tiny, secluded beach known as Milk Beach that has unrestricted views of the Sydney skyline and Harbour Bridge. Pretty neat hey? The views are breath-taking yet it is so serene and quiet (that's a lie - there was definitely a boat party nearby). 

You won't see many tourists here which makes this such a well-kept secret. I sat down for about half an hour reading a book while enjoying the waves lapping along the shore. Pretty nice way to spend a Saturday am I right?

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Photo Diary // Budapest Left Me Hungary For More // December 2018

Monday, November 11, 2019

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Budapest is absolutely stunning and this may possibly be my favourite photo ever. This is at Fisherman's Bastion and the views here are breath-taking. 

She's super cute. 

Good take - Clarissa. 

Take two - still didn't get it right. 

Take three- thank you halleujah!

The views Budapest boasts are insane. Definitely Clarissa approved. 

Budapest is known for its ruin bars. Szimpla Kert is the iconic one and whilst still touristy, still had all the elements of a ruin bar and had a great electric atmosphere. The wait line wasn't immensely long either. Go to this one if you have to go to one. Normally, overly touristy things disappoint but this didn't. All the ruin bars are relatively close together so essentially it feels like one of those pub crawls.

I made a separate post on the Szechenyi Baths. They are amazing. 

Which meal was cheaper? Ironically, it's the fancy fine dining dish below. We got massively scammed at a Christmas market and by that, meaning I was livid paying $30 AUD for it but it lasted me about 3 meals so in hindsight, whilst still being scammed to be tourists wasn't thaaaaat bad.

Budapest, you are truly stunning from every angle- front, back, left and right. It was a pleasure to celebrate New Year here. It is such an electric city with amazing nightlife and beautiful attractions to enjoy both during the day and night.
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Szechenyi Baths Budapest // Review

Sunday, November 10, 2019

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The Szechenyi Bath is essentially a thermal spa with incredibly warm water and is the largest medicinal bath in Europe. Be sure to book in advance. There are different ticket entries. The one I chose allowed me to have a personal locker to leave my stuff but it didn't include thongs. You do need thongs (to all my non-Australians out there I mean flip-flops) to enter the bath though. If you feel super luxurious and want to be pampered, there are more expensive tickets to purchase. Why not treat yourself. 

Budapest is the city of baths but this one is so grand. We saw people play chess here, go in continuous loops in whirlpools and genuinely have some fun. Even if you can't swim, don't have any fear. It's the perfect hangover cure and I can't imagine how insane this bath would be during New Years. The parties must be going off. We were in Budapest during New Years and I couldn't have picked a better city to ring the New Year. This was truly stunning. If you only have time to tick off one bath, this is the one to do first. There are other stunning baths including Gellert Baths and Rudas Baths which I didn't personally experience but they look insanely gorgeous nonetheless. 

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Photo Diary // A Berlin Christmas // December 2018

Saturday, November 9, 2019

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I'm at a loss at where to even start so enjoy this selection of pictures to sum up my Christmas in Berlin solo.
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