Letter 127 "Do you ever get homesick when you're away?" "Actually no. I find I just get travel-sick when I'm home." I've had this same conversation with a lot of my friends and family who find it difficult to comprehend that I like to go away for months at a time, on my own, and … Continue reading Homesick or Travelsick?
Letter 117 This is a letter more for me than you, to get me away from my architectural theory reading and escape off to the plans in my head for travel once I finally finish my degree. Plans include Germany, Greece, Scotland, horses, Eastern Europe, English teaching qualification, Mum's 60th trip and the States. All … Continue reading Travel Plans After University
Letter 90 This time last year I had just booked my flight to America. My place at camp was confirmed, visa in the bag and I was eager to set off. Now I want to share a load of advice that I learned from a summer at camp. So if you're off to camp, or … Continue reading Advice from a summer camp cousellor
Letter 50 2016 has been a good, hard, tiring, wonderful year and in 10 days I will fondly look back on it, and happily step into 2017. This year has probably been one of the hardest of my life as it began with the death of a close family member. I won't go into personal … Continue reading What a year
Letter 48 From a whole summer of photos I would like to share some of my favourites along with a word or two that describes them. Enjoy my photo essay. I hope you enjoyed my photos; I certainly enjoyed my summer. From Lou PS. Here's one more chance to check out the my letters … Continue reading 3,176 photos later
Letter 47 The crazy taxi driver sped through New York, leaving the skyscrapers behind to a backdrop of the late afternoon sun. I wanted to drink in every last bit of New York and etch this spellbinding city on my mind. Instead I spent the journey clinging to my seat for dear life and wishing … Continue reading On top of the world
Letter 46 Walking somewhat aimlessly and exploring is the best way to see New York. I began to see this on my second day in the city when after trying and failing to get the most out of my expensive New York pass and fitting in a tonne of attractions, I ended up just walking. … Continue reading Love on the Brooklyn Bridge