New York Photo Diary

Thursday, 21 September 2017


Today I am starting a new category on this blog called "Photo Diaries". A series dedicated to all of those photos that perhaps don't fit into some of my regular travel posts and photos that, to me, tell a story.

Guide to Vinales, Cuba

Sunday, 17 September 2017


With Vinales being our last stop in Cuba it seemed we had saved the best till last. If you are anything like me and love being surrounded by greenery and imposing landscapes, then you really will adore Vinales.

Guide to Trinidad, Cuba

Tuesday, 5 September 2017


After spending three nights in Cuba's lively capital city of Havana, I was well and truly ready to explore a little bit of Cuba's quiet side. So, after four hours of being squished in the back of a collectivo (shared rental car) I finally arrived in Trinidad, a city famed for its charming colonial architecture. Trinidad was founded by the Spanish and is well known for being one of the best preserved cities in the Caribbean from the time of the sugar trade.

In Flight Beauty Essentials

Sunday, 3 September 2017


I think we can all agree that long haul flights wreak havoc on our skin. I mostly experience dull skin that can feel really dry and on the very worst occasions a spot will miraculously appear over the course of the flight. Even though it is very difficult to prevent these things from happening, there are definitely a few products that can make you feel a little more human prior to landing.

Guide to Havana, Cuba

Tuesday, 29 August 2017


Havana is a city that has been through a lot. It has experienced invasion and colonialism by the Spanish and British. It became a gambling hot-bed for Americans prior to the revolution. In the 1960's, a new communist regime was in full swing, and now it is a city that tourists from all over the world want a slice of.

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