From the buildings of Balat neighbourhood, the shiny mosaic lamps hanging in small shops, the spices in bazaars to the graphics on the walls this city's vibe is all about the mix of colour.
You'll find them at every corner: in the middle of Istiklal street, gathering in packs on narrow streets, sleeping on top of cars, in shop windows, inside pubs, in the gardens of Sultanahmet. People love them, feed them and they make even special pet houses to keep them warm in the cold season.
Whitby is as old as the 7th or 8th century, build around an Anglo-Saxon monastery of the Middle Ages. No, we’re not in the ‘Lord of the Rings’ story, but once you arrive in Whitby you will definitely feel like you've fallen into one.
Skipton has channels like Bruges, a local boat festival and a medieval castle! And of course countless pubs and a fancy inn right in the heart of it with typical country wood furniture.
Thessaloniki has that laid back Mediterranean charm you get to discover by walking down the narrow streets and mingling with the local folks in bars and restaurants. There are lots of places to go out to and in terms of design the words to describe are eclectic and vintage.
Though this is a blog dedicated to interior design aside not just travelling, I don’t think there’s a better way to start than telling the story of the time I went to India. New Delhi and Agra to be more precise. I could write a novel about it, it was an adventure from day 1 to the moment I left but it’s better to be told in person so take me out to coffee and I’ll tell you the ‘2 rupees’ story or the time I n...