Since I was little girl, I have loved history. Learning about the Austro-Hungarian empire at school, I was inspired to visit Hungary one day. This summer, I managed to fulfill that dream and explore a new area of the world. For a long time, I admired the photographer, Brassaï who embraced European culture and captured the beauty of city streets. These days, I am doing the same. Enjoy below my shots of beautiful Budapest!
A place for the perfect postcard pictures. In this cool coastal city called Lisbon, it doesn’t matter where you’re standing as there is always something lovely to look at. Starting in the Praça do Comércio, there are loads of restaurants in Baixa. Eventually, one can find a spot to have a SuperBock. Then through the Arco da Rua Augusta, many small shops appear and street performers amuse. Next, the Elevador da Santa Justa takes you all the way up to be on top of the world.
After taking it all in, it’s best to visit take a break in this hot and humid weather. Drinking a Ginjinha, a Portuguese infused ginja berry liqueur is the best way to go. The shop is small and inviting. Just what you need for a refreshment. Of course, this leads to dessert. It’s a must to try pastel de nata, a small staple food from Belém. My best friend, James clearly enjoyed the sweet egg custard tart.
I can still remember his expression as we left the pastry shop. Strolling along Avenida da Liberdade, the amount of nature that encompasses the city is amazing. Soon, Parque Eduardo VII is right there. Take a walk in the park to end the day.
All photos taken by Niya Sinckler and James Andrews.
After spending three days in Panama, I learned about the architecture, cuisine, fashion, history, sights and now truly appreciate the culture.
Captivating 50 years of history, an international exhibition featuring rock music legends will debut tomorrow in London.
‘Exhibitionism’ unveils the life and career of The Rolling Stones at the Saatchi Gallery.
Over 500 artifacts are on display to engage the public. From 1962 to present day, personal diaries present an account of the band’s global journey. The days of youth and rebellion return to entertain. Creative cinema and media allows viewers to explore for interactive technologies. Never before seen photos depict how The Rolling Stones shaped popular culture. Original costumes are presented for fashion and design admirers. Also rare audio tracks will definitely get you in the rock and blues groove. The two floor exhibition offers an impressive insight of the cultural icons’ musical heritage.
Yesterday marked the 255th anniversary of the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in New York.
Different types of people welcomed Mayor Bill De Blasio back and joined together to march from 44th Street and 5th Avenue to the American Irish Historical Society.
Celebrating in New York is a massive highlight for all those who love the colour green, lucky charms, clovers, whiskey, Guinness and Irish Culture.
I started at the beginning of the parade and walked along Fifth Avenue until I arrived at the American-Irish restaurant, Neary’s. The best cabbage and corn-beef in the city! Then I visited my favourite pub, The Press Box for a few pints to catch a football match, relax and enjoy the evening.