This little town is located on tbe Itz River in the Upper Franconia Region in the state of Bavaria Population = 41,071 Coburg was first mentioned in a monastic document dated 1056 One of Germanys largest castles is located here, Veste Corburg. Lucky for us European fanatics, Coburg was not damaged during the war so … Continue reading Coburg
Erfurt is the largest city in the state of Thuringia in central Germay. It has a population of 211,113 The old town is one of the best preserved medieval cities in Germany, you really feel like you are on a movie set while here I couldn't believe when I read this but there are 25 … Continue reading Erfurt ~ 25 Churches in the city centre alone!
This place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and I now know why! Most beautiful parkland surrounding castles and palaces that I've ever seen...
Wow seriously what a city, not only does it look nice but from what I learnt, Leipzig is one of the most livable cities in Germany and has the 2nd best future prospects of all cities in Germany! Leipzig also has one of the most modern zoos in Europe and the best in Germany... also … Continue reading Leipzig ~ A hipster economic hub
It's hard NOT to find a street without a Pub, Inn or Bar in England... Life revolved and still does, around Pubs and it's English Ale that is the main "tipple"
Left London reluctantly... But I knew there was going to be an awesome adventure ahead in Germany, one of my top 5 favourite countries in the world Capital city in the state of North Rhine Westphalia It is said that Dusseldorf emerged in the 7th / 8th C. from tiny fishing villages that grew up … Continue reading Dusseldorf
Hello to our home for the next few months... Love this baby already...
Dortmund is a city in the North Rhine Westphalia Population = 601,400 making it the 8th largest by area and population in the Ruhr area Founded around 882. Throughout the 13th and 14th c. It was the chief city of the area and known for its coal, steel and beer and for this reason was … Continue reading Dortmund
London is one of the most diverse cities in the world... it was founded by the Romans in 47AD and due to this there is constantly old ruins found when building new sites What I know and love about london through my experience is that there is no specific "Londoner", its a bit like … Continue reading London Town… where the going gets tough and the tough get going
Its about the people, no matter which part of the world they are in... an impression is always left
A 1 min and 32 sec compilation of some video snippets from around the Cotswolds including Cheltenham 🤗 (There is another quick video of just Bourton on the Water in this blog post https://thewanderingpassport.net/2018/05/28/bourton-on-the-water/)
Summing up my stay in the Cotswolds, this is a compilation of all the places visited including Cheltenham ~ Swindon ~ Bibury ~ Lower Slaughter ~ Upper slaughter ~ Broadway ~ Snowshill
These drawings I sketched while living in London and all of them were done while traveling on the all impressive Tube (I ended up making new friends with a few people looking over my shoulder, bored) basically these characters have been influenced by real people and scenarios that I encountered in my day to day … Continue reading The Tube in my eyes…
Chestnuts Bed & Breakfast ~ someones actual home, I felt like I was staying at my Nonna's home 😉