Natural History Museum- London

The one and only photo I managed to take when we went to the Natural History Museum in London. We headed out late that day and it was me, Palu, Shilu and Mishal. We decided to have some food and stuffed ourselves with some amazing Nandos right before we went to the Museum and i […]

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A Summer’s Evening

  I took these photos on my way home today from work experience. It was such a hectic day and I am unbelievably tired today. I think I was about to fall asleep at my desk before I had a much needed cup of tea! The weather has been a bit horrible in Perth for […]

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Wandering Around Rome

  Plenty of photos from wandering around the streets of Rome. All these photos are from when we were walking between places and sight seeing there. I honestly think Rome was such a unique place. It had so much beauty and history and lots of places and things to do there! I was blown away […]

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Family Time

Some quality family time spent in Italy on New Years Eve! We had quite a hectic day but we relaxed and chilled out in the evening. We cooked dinner at home, ate, drank, danced, listened to music and played some games too. It was such good fun, we laughed so much. And it was so […]

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Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona was actually my favourite place of the whole trip. Lucky last and it was so special. I had never really seen any photos of the place or the piazza nor did I know anything about it. But for some reason I had kept saying I wanted to go there since the first day! […]

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Trevi Fountain

I think Trevi Fountain was the place most loved by everyone on the trip. When we walked around the corner after going to the Spanish Steps, we could hear the loud sound of flowing water and when we reached, all our faces were so surprised. I think what shocked me the most was how big […]

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Spanish Steps

We also went to the Spanish Steps when we were in Rome. And it was way more busy than I had anticipated. I am not all to sure what the history is behind the Spanish Steps. I believe they were used as a point of connection to the Pincio Hill. Either way it was really […]

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