Squid ink baguettes, Jim Morrison’s grave + a dinner picnic under the Eiffel Tower.

We woke up this morning and head straight out to sit in a cute Parisian cafe for breakfast. Coffee, chocolate croissants and baguettes with French butter fueled us for the walk down to Montmartre cemetery, where we were on the hunt for a number of famous boulangeries and patisseries. We wandered in and out of … Continue reading Squid ink baguettes, Jim Morrison’s grave + a dinner picnic under the Eiffel Tower.

The best festival in the world, set on the coastal cliffs of North Wales.

For the last music festival of summer 2014, I was lucky enough to get a press pass to the obscure Festival No. 6 in North Wales. Magical, beautiful and awe-inspiring, it is set in Portmeirion, an Italianate coastal village set on a cliff over an estuary. Perhaps one of the most beautiful locations I have … Continue reading The best festival in the world, set on the coastal cliffs of North Wales.

Wilderness Festival.

I’ve never been to a camping music festival before. They are a huge thing here in the UK (think Glastonbury, Reading/Leeds), and while they certainly can be found at home, they seem less prominent. I know many other people at home who have never been to one, while here, when I mentioned to my friends … Continue reading Wilderness Festival.