I spent a short time travelling through Croatia back in August 2016. It was a place I hadn't seen before - that was the beauty of Europe, each country was beautiful in their own unique way.




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Shot by Camilla Kirk
Model, Miranda Aston from QUE Models
Hair and Beauty, The Beauty Case
Styling and Creative Direction, Lili Pringle

Garments.. Gooseberry Intimates, Lonely Label, Nat Kent Jewellery 



Everyone has a bucket list and I think writing it down only inspires me more to tick it off.
As I grow and see more of the world, the list is constantly growing. Which is why I want to
 share it with you.













Budapest, the capital of Hungary has to be my favourite city in Eastern Europe so far. It's so
 interesting in it's own way, is definitely under-rated and has some incredible spots to explore and
 enjoy. We weren't here for very long which left us with little exploring but we explored as much as
 we could. Hungary have their own currency, Hungarian Forints which make it cheaper coming from
 other European countries using Euros.  

Budapest is well known for it's thermal baths, featuring spring water said to have medicinal benefits.
 We spent one of our days here but we also went to one of the summer bath parties during the night
 which I highly recommend if you're into drinking, music and swimming! 

The food is one of my favourite things about Budapest. Every meal we ate was delicious and we were
 definitely not left disappointed. Unfortunately I didn't try their famous goulash dish as it was too hot
 for a stew but I did try their famous pastry, kurtoskalacs. Worth trying!  

Places

1. Szechenyi: Thermal Bath
2. Chain Bridge: Walk Across and Admire the River
3. Fishermans Bastion: Situated on Castle Hill with Amazing Views
4. Buda Castle Hill Funicular: Reach the Top and Explore 

Eat and Drink

1. Hot Dog Cold Beer: The Best Hot Dogs, and Chip on Stick
2. Kazinczy Utca: Street of Street Food, Music and Pubs
3. Karavan: Street Food and Pubs
 4. Szimpla Kert: Bustling Garden Pub
5. Jonas Craft Beer House: Amazing Views along River
6. Great Market Hall: Fresh Hungarian Food
7. Kurtoskalacs: Hungarian Pastry Found at Food Markets and Festivals. 
8. Burger Market: Best Burgers in Budapest












Marni Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Milan Fashion Week 2016 

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It's super easy to find a tasty cafe in Brisbane, especially when the food looks this good.

This morning we had breakfast at Pablo, a modern cafe serving breakfast and lunch right in the heart of New Farm. I hadn't heard of this
 one before, but my friend suggested it so of course we had to try it out. The menu offers some incredible meals that it's so hard to choose 
just one! We both went for smashed avocado and halloumi on sourdough but other meals include ricotta hotcakes, miso butter confit salmon,
 golden bombay spiced potatoes, and a summer fruit salad. They may sound standard but Pablo adds their own twist to each meal 
to make them extra special. Although the space is a tight squeeze and you may have to wait for a table on busy
 days, the food is totally worth it! 



893 Brunswick Street, New Farm 4005.



VIENNA, AUSTRIA

I was very excited to visit Vienna on our summer trip, I heard that this place was stunning. It certainly lived up to that. Vienna is 
the capital of Austria most famous for it's stunning modern architecture, imperial sights and cultural events. Unfortunately I didn't capture a lot 
of this beautiful city as spending two summer days here only meant exploring more and less time for photography. However 
spending less than 48 hours here, only makes me want to go back for more. 

We made sure we explored Naschmarkt, Vienna's most popular market located in Wienzeile. This market sells a variety of fresh fruit and 
vegetables from around the world, exotic herbs, dips, cheeses, baked goods, meats and seafood. There are also many restaurants which offer a range 
of international foods such as kebabs, pizza, pasta, seafood, sushi and traditional Viennese foods. The food was unbelievable and if I lived
 here, I would be here every weekend stocking up on my fresh household foods. Especially the cheese and dips! 

We spent a day walking through the city where we found ourselves at the Rathaus Town Hall. Rathauspark surrounds the building 
with green spaces, monuments and fountains and is a great spot for a picnic or a walk. During the summer, they hold a small food 
market at the entrance of the Rathaus filled with international foods. Even Australia got their own stall!

Graben, is one of the most famous shopping streets in Vienna's city centre. This is where we spent our evenings, watching the city 
come to life with it's neon lights and nightlife culture. 









One thing I have a love for is interior design. You'll always find me browsing through Tumblr and Pinterest admiring and feeling inspired
by all the photos I find. Styling is my profession and this is something I find happiness in, turning a house into a home. It's a way
of turning a space into somewhere you can feel happy and safe in.

I believe a great kitchen space is important to any home. It's the one room you'll always find yourself in, or near. My current obsession is a navy blue styled
kitchen. With an ambiance of gold finishes, marble stone and wooden furnishings, a bland blue kitchen can be transformed into an interior dream.

Blue is the colour known to have a calming effect and also visually represents the sky and ocean; perfect for a relaxed kitchen atmosphere. Not only a subtle way
of including colour into the household but also bringing a sense of luxury in any styled home, whether that be a city apartment, or a beach house. 











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