I wanted to share some images I snapped around London either by foot or bus view which are my two favourite ways of getting around. The first photo is a black and white image of Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster which are part of the UNESCO World Heritage and the second image is a bus view. The next image has been given the nickname the ‘Walkie Talkie’ a skyscraper in Central London which looks like an old Nokia mobile phone.
The fourth image is the world-famous dome known as St Paul’s, an iconic and famous feature of London’s national identity. Quickly snapped this bird soaring past the giant Ferris Wheel, the London Eye or Millennium Wheel. The next image is a bus view of Nelson’s Column a monument in Trafalgar Square to mark Horatio Nelson who died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. A ‘just married’ bus as seen in Chelsea, West London.
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I hope you enjoyed this and have a great week my lovelies wherever you are in the world!
Being such a ‘foodie’ all I could think about was, I finally get to eat Portuguese Tarts also known as Pastel de nata, a traditional custard tart pastry.
The rainy weather did not damper my mood as I landed, and first thing first, made my way to Belem even in the rain as I was unprepared for the weather, to the popular Pasteis de Belem known for their delicious Pastel de nata, and boy it did not disappoint.. I had one or eight.. to many..
The next morning, I headed out to Sintra a magical and beautiful city where castles sit on high steep hills. A place where you loose yourself to the serenity you instantly feel when arriving and where the beauty will keep you immersed all day long. I hiked my way on a foggy morning to the National Pena Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site monument and squeaked at the first site of the castle, mesmerised by the different colours and patterns.
Here some images I snapped in order; The National Pena Palace, extraordinary view of Sintra, The Sintra Palace and the delicious Pascal de Nata a traditonal Portuguese tart,
Obrigado Portugal.. I will be back!