Good evening dear readers, Today I'd like to show you the before/after photos of the bathroom. After changing the bed in the main bedroom (https://camyinwonderworld.blog/2019/04/07/new-bed-before-and-after/), we switched to renovating the bathroom, which I personally think is very, very important in a property. Especially as I love hot, long baths. 😛 The bathroom is where you … Continue reading Bathroom: before and after
The “Highland road trip” series
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljTtwsCFTjc Hello my friends! Exactly one month ago tomorrow my friend and I left for a wonderful road trip north to the Scottish Highlands. The highlight of our adventure was the stunning Isle of Skye, where I've been to for the first time in my life this June for my birthday (with another dear friend … Continue reading The “Highland road trip” series
I started a YouTube channel!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSbnvwEPjSg&t=122s On a boring winter day, six months ago, I didn't know what to do... So I decided to do something I've wanted to do since I created this blog: creating a YouTube channel! Check it out and, if you like my content, please subscribe, like and share. Until now, I filmed vlogs in Italy … Continue reading I started a YouTube channel!
Mini home in Rovaniemi, Finland
After spending one night in Swedish town Lulea and one night in Finnish town Kemi (Lapland tour: arriving in Sweden and crossing the border to Finland ) the next destination of the week-long journey in Lapland was Rovaniemi, the hometown of Santa Claus! Rovaniemi is a popular destination for families, because of the Santa Claus Village, … Continue reading Mini home in Rovaniemi, Finland
Viaggio in macchina dal Continente alla Gran Bretagna: meglio il traghetto o l’Eurotunnel?
Photo from Pinterest.com L’altro ieri sera siamo tornati in Italia dopo aver vissuto per 14 mesi in Scozia. Dato che i due viaggi di andata e ritorno (in macchina e con un gatto a bordo) sono stati preceduti da numerose ricerche online (su blog, siti web, etc.) spero che anche questo blog post possa essere … Continue reading Viaggio in macchina dal Continente alla Gran Bretagna: meglio il traghetto o l’Eurotunnel?
5 cose che mi mancheranno della Scozia, 5 cose che mi sono mancate dell’Italia
Settimana prossima l'anno di vita in Scozia giungerà al termine (salvo catastrofi e/o cambiamenti governativi). E' stato un anno importante: ho lavorato, ho fatto il mio Master (purtroppo finito in modo improvviso e brusco) e ho conosciuto cari amici, scozzesi e non. So già che la Scozia mi mancherà da morire, e stasera mentre facevo … Continue reading 5 cose che mi mancheranno della Scozia, 5 cose che mi sono mancate dell’Italia
Last-minute escape to Ibiza, the white island
Ibiza's Stonehenge It's January, the weather is miserable and cold and you're trying to cope with the first weeks back to uni, school or work. I've always found January quite depressing, because the best part of winter (Christmas) has been left behind and now I just wish spring would arrive. That's why I feel like … Continue reading Last-minute escape to Ibiza, the white island
Lapland tour: arriving in Sweden and crossing the border to Finland
Kemi, Finland As I haven't travelled much lately (except for Ibiza in September and the Christmas holidays back home on Lake Como, Italy) I want to keep writing about past travels. I hope you don't mind, but don't worry, I remember my travels well and I also have all the hotels' and restaurants' names available, … Continue reading Lapland tour: arriving in Sweden and crossing the border to Finland
Sri Lanka: Colombo
In 2017 myself, a friend of mine and her two children all left cold Lake Como on the 2nd of February to board a night flight to Colombo, Sri Lanka, with a halfway seven hours (yes, seven) stop in Dubai airport. It was the second journey I've done with my friend and her two children, … Continue reading Sri Lanka: Colombo
A tiny, pretty island called Gili Meno
Last night I finally finished reading "Eat, pray, love", which I had started like three months ago. I really enjoyed that book, even if it had some slow parts where I interrupted my reading for a couple weeks. I always knew that its author Elizabeth Gilbert started a pilgrimage of her readers to Bali (I … Continue reading A tiny, pretty island called Gili Meno