Ah such a peaceful sight. You would not think her mother had just spent approximately 2 and a half minutes crying in the airplane toilets due to scenes that had occurred moments prior to this. It all began with the stairs. The unanticipated stairs that made an appearance right by the gate, just as I… Continue reading Confessions of a Single Mother: JUST SAY YES
Maia is still off nursery. She is buzzing around, but the 48-hour sickness rule means she can’t go in today. It’s not ideal but this does mean I don’t have to prepare a lunchbox or put a bra on…Always looking for that silver lining. With the consistent hum of a small child murmuring “I’m gonna… Continue reading Budapest: The Great Market Hall, The Liberty Statue and Thoughts on Love
Today Maia is under the weather, – the kind where you cough so much you vomit, poor child- and therefore staying home from nursery. Still her usual self, she is sat on the floor playing with her dinosaurs, sniffling away and making our living room look like a Toys R Us truck exploded in here overnight. … Continue reading Budapest: Heroes’ Square, St Stephen’s Basilica and The Hungarian Agricultural Museum
DAY 2 CONTINUED: After getting my sunset shots (see this post here), I made my way over to Buda Castle to get some decent snaps of the river, which wasn’t actually all that straightforward…The best viewing point was crowded with keen photographers poised and waiting for the sun to go down and the pretty lights… Continue reading Budapest by Night: River snaps, Cake Shops and Ruin Bars
Day TWO in Budapest involved walking across the Chain Bridge in the rain – and wind- and taking the funicular up the hill to Buda Castle (which I was actually mildly apprehensive about, I mean it was a steep hill, and very windy, and I’m not as happy with heights as I used to be… Continue reading Budapest: Buda Castle’s District
My three-city solo adventure. Budapest by night, Buda Castle, journalling in coffee shops. and meeting new friends in the hostel.
My three-city solo adventure: Part two of day one in Budapest. The River Danube, Parliament building and other remarkable sights.