#THECARAMELTRAVELS: Bergen Part 2

Finally, I share with you a couple more photographs from my short adventure in Norway. Having visted Bergen for 2 times already, it was time to venture a new part of the city. The city is nothing compared to London, totally walkable, almost with a slight village feel through every street you steer through. of course, I have lived in London for the entire 24…

London, UK

Travel Guide Book Series: Wanderful by Andi Eaton

As I mentioned some posts back, I want to start focusing on the travel side of my blog a little more, whether that’s sharing the quick trips I’ve made to inspirational cities in Europe such as Copenhagen, sweet little concept stores i’ve added to my list outside of the UK like the Le Dada Shop in Lyon, or even beautiful spots in the UK I think…

Bergen, Norway

#THECARAMELTRAVELS: Bergen Part I

If you’ve caught up with my Insta Stories over on @thecaramelchronicles you’ll have seen I recently went and ventured out to a few chilly places in Europe, one being Bergen in Norway, again. For a city, it’s one of the most calm, chilled and pleasantly quaint I’ve ever visited, and that’s why I’m so obsessed with it. People ask why I go to this particular…

Gordes

Staying golden in Gordes

 — A labyrinth of cobbled calades Here’s another few snippets from my visit to the sand-washed and quaint commune that is Gordes. We spent a few hours here exploring the narrow and winding labyrinth of cobbled ‘calades’, awing at every corner of the place with it’s photogenic houses glorious landscape views. Gordes is located in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region in southeastern France, and remains one of…

The Luberon

 — Completely tucked away and tranquil, welcome this Magical Mas perching on edge of The Luberon If you haven’t already visited my Instagram in the last few weeks, here’s a little photograph collection of the summer fairytale setting I managed to find myself in over the summer. For the past 4 years I’ve headed to the South of France each August, spending it in a slightly different…