Radcliffe Camera
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Radcliffe Camera

Oxford is first and foremost a student town. It beams with a (sometimes not so) quiet, omnipresent aura of academic quality, and unfaltering (self-)importance. Radcliffe Camera, probably the most widely known building in Oxford, certainly has an attraction that goes beyond being a tourist magnet. Once home to the Science Library, it now houses additional reading rooms of the Bodleian Library, … Continue reading

City in the Clouds
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City in the Clouds

Cork city is never what you would expect. The weather, much like a fickle lover, is quite temperamental, treating you to an annual average of 240 days of precipitation, ranging between horizontal rainfall and the finest, almost soothing drizzle, riddled with the occasional flash floods, days of thick fog that settle on the lower parts of town, and some days of blazing sun. … Continue reading

Pure Indulgence
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Pure Indulgence

Last week’s sunshine and heat seems like a distant memory. And with the never-stopping drizzle and chill outside, we’re back into cosy heated rooms with tea, a good book and warming chocolate truffles for some instant happiness. The ones featured in the picture are handmade chocolate truffles with liquid salt caramel filling from Dark Sugars on Brick … Continue reading