Onwards to Seville! Each post threatens to be twice as long as the last - this trip really gains momentum as we get deeper into Andalusia. I had high expectations for Seville after hearing my siblings rave about it, and happily it delivered. Again, there is so much to see and do in Seville, even before … Continue reading Seville
Leaving Madrid we headed south a few hours to Cordoba, which marked the real start of our Andalusian adventures. For a small town, Cordoba has a lot of amazing things to see and do so I'll get straight into it. Fresh off the train, we started at the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos (Castle of the … Continue reading Cordoba
I wasn't lying when I said we spent most of our time in Madrid outside of Madrid. It made for an exhausting start to our trip, but now that I look back on the photos I'm glad that we made the effort to get out into the countryside. Our second day trip was to Segovia … Continue reading Segovia
It only took about 4 months, but I'm finally getting around to writing about our Spain trip. While in Madrid we spent our second day travelling south by train on a day trip to Toledo. It was worth the journey just for the view walking up from the station... Holy Toledo is right - the main attraction … Continue reading Holy Toledo
OK, so I'll admit my main motivation for getting back on the blog yesterday was so I could post a million pictures of the Danish royals and a whole lot of resplendent horses today... The Belgian royals - His Majesty King Philippe and Her Majesty Queen Mathilde - are visiting Denmark this week, so I … Continue reading Endelig! Den Kongelige Familie
So it's been a really long time since I've made it to the 'write blog post' item on my to do list - trivial things like 'buy crib', 'learn Danish', 'finish work' and 'research how not to kill a baby' have been taking precedence. Somewhat worryingly that last task remains incomplete, but here I am anyway - … Continue reading Arken
Last week winter finally decided to show up with some snow and subzero temperatures. Despite being Scandinavian, Copenhagen only gets snow once or twice a year, so the novelty factor is extremely high. I thought everyone sweltering in Sydney would like to see how the other half are living right now, so I took some photos … Continue reading Sne!