x Summer woes is being obsessed with the window and mini balcony combo that provides the perfect night breeze. But not getting to use them during the summer nights because Portuguese mosquitos like to snack on our faces. #withshans
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in the 5th grade my classmates found out i’ve never had a christmas tree so they drew me a giant tree on construction paper
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The Shard is undergoing renovations so this is its prettier angle.
9 3293:15 PM Nov 19, 2018
Strolling the Shad Thames.
16 3482:17 AM Nov 19, 2018
Being back in London always feels like putting on a familiar warm & comforting sweater.
10 3394:32 PM Nov 18, 2018
London is one of my favourite walking cities & often it tells you where to go.
13 34912:27 AM Nov 18, 2018
The hearts mural by Jimmy C. A tribute and a call to respond with love not fear after the terror attack in London Bridge a year ago. ❤️
10 2663:26 PM Nov 17, 2018
Revisiting my old hood in SE1.
13 2947:08 AM Nov 17, 2018
Crossing the London Bridge gave me all the feels.
14 29712:41 AM Nov 17, 2018
I flew to London & was transported back to when I lived in Londontown many years ago. A lot has definitely changed. This exit for London Bridge tune was new to me.
11 3009:15 PM Nov 16, 2018
A very common sight in Rome’s street corners: the roasted chestnuts street vendors. It appears that Romans love their chestnut snacks as they go shopping or walking around in the evenings. There’s a vendor in almost every street.
14 2851:00 PM Nov 16, 2018
The glow of Patatine Hill, one of the Seven Hills of Rome & the most ancient part of the city, as seen from Circus Maximus, the site of ancient Roman chariot races.
16 2935:40 AM Nov 16, 2018
Pretty good sunsets in Rome.
7 3573:34 AM Nov 16, 2018
I’m really glad to have seen Rome without any particular agenda, just on the whims of what my eyes saw as I walked & walked.
15 3242:11 PM Nov 15, 2018
The Colosseum absorbing much of the evening light. A last walkabout before I left for London.
15 3528:42 AM Nov 15, 2018
Enroute to see the encased decapitated head of John the Baptist at San Silvestro in Capite, I was rewarded with this wonderful courtyard. This church was built in the 8th century & it’s the most random display of things put together. Yes, I included a photo of the encased head.
6 2463:40 AM Nov 15, 2018
The Vatican from afar. The beauty of revisiting a major city like Rome is that I can just enjoy Rome without queuing for anything. What a timesaver.
4 24712:46 AM Nov 15, 2018
Have you heard about Quartiere Coppedè, this wonderfully odd intersection of buildings that a mish mash of architectural designs? Named after its architect, Gino Coppedè, who worked on this area until his death. Worth a visit when in Rome.