Temple Time in Siem Riep

Did you really go to Cambodia if you didn't go to see Angkor Wat? Well I went to Cambodia and saw it at half four in the morning. It was worth it and perhaps one of the few times in my life where I felt excited about waking at 3am. The temples are only a … Continue reading Temple Time in Siem Riep



Córdoba was definitely a must see during the internship and its close proximity via train or bus means it is pretty easy to get to from Sevilla. We took a train in the morning from Santa Justa station after cycling there. We travelled second class but it did feel like the first class carriages back in … Continue reading Córdoba


In Spain, there is a flamenco festival called Feria. Sevilla's Feria de Abril is one of the most famous and beautiful. Sevillians really do get into it. I work in a language school and during the week of Feria most children don't turn up so I was given an unexpected week off right at the … Continue reading Feria

Adventure Begins…

After endless job applications, cover letters and Skype interviews riddled with technical difficulties, I got an amazing opportunity. The opportunity to live and work in Seville for three months as an English Teaching Assistant. Flights, insurance and a shared flat were paid for. There was even a hundred euro living allowance for each week so … Continue reading Adventure Begins…