Keep Portland Weird. So the T-Shirt slogan says anyway, and I think I'd agree with that. Definitely a city that's happy doing it's own thing and not worried about being compared to anywhere else. With more independent coffee roasters and cafes that you can shake your drip-filled-reusable-cup at, Portland's chilled, laid-back attitude to life is certainly appealing.
The Golden Gate, Karl the Fog and beautiful houses… it has to be San Francisco. Oh, and the hills. So many hills.
Natural Hot Springs and the final resting place of gun-slinger Doc Holliday.
The Windy City wasn’t actually that windy… 30ºC+, a swim in Lake Michigan and Downtown Chicago by boat.
The place of Poutine! The best chips and gravy you’ll ever have??
Man, this place is hot!
Sculptures by the sea, coastal roadtrips, crystal clear water and a friendly horse. All you need for 3 months in the Australian summer!
36ºC made for a rather warm walk around the Czech Republic's capital city!
We finally got to visit our friends Tom and Michaela in Berlin and explore the city like locals!
Walking the streets of the Danish capital city to the Amsterdam-inspired area of Christianshavn.
Huge views, more fjords and me looking absolutely terrified on a cliff-top. Take a look if only for that!
It's official. Stockholm has made the list of future places to live! Check out the photos to find out why.
Sun, cloud, torrential rain and incredible views... all in 5 minutes intervals. To say the weather is changeable is an under-statement.
Our Iceland adventure is over! And there's only one word for the place... epic! Simple as. In some ways photos can't even come close to what it's like in real life, but hopefully I've given it a good shot! Click to take a look.
They love a good book in Lisbon. And trams. They love trams too.
If you're into your cafe culture or a big foodie, one visit and you'll want to move here!
The shabby-chic buildings have a certain charm that Cádiz lacks.
A few days in Spain's capital city, Madrid. It felt a lot like walking around London. The main shopping street, Gran Via, reminded us of Regent Street, the palace was a lot like Buckingham Palace and they even have their own Crystal Palace... it's a bit more intact than the one in London though!
Salamanca: 'The Golden City'. A forgotten gem of incredible sandstone architecture.... basically it looks really pretty.
We managed to hit carnival in San Sebastián (Donostia) and saw some pretty weird fancy dress... oh and it was warm enough to wear shorts for the first time in 2017.
Sunny Seville... well in these photos, anyway. Our first walk around the city was in the rain. Thankfully it cleared up so we could have a proper explore and experience some Flamenco too!
Níjar, near Almeria, Andalusia is said to be one the prettiest villages in Spain. And whoever said that, is probably not far off! An old Moorish village of white-washed houses perched on a hill, it commands incredible views over the valley below, all the way to the coast. Click to take a look!
Discovering a hidden chapel which could be from the scenes of an adventure movie...
Desert and volcanoes on Spain's southern coast.
Sagunt or Sagunto; the city that used to be called 'Arse'. Thankfully it's beautiful Citadel and Amphitheatre make up for the unfortunate name.
Sunshine and clouds over the strangely shaped white cliffs of Étretat, France.
The Normandy Beaches road-trip in France ranges from the ingenuity of the Mulberry Harbour at Arromanches to the emotional sight of the American Cemetery at Omaha Beach.
Rusty iron railings, turquoise waters and a stand-out lighthouse (or 'Phare', en Français) make for a spectacular sight in St. Valery-en-Caux, Normandy, France.
A wander round the picturesque village of Veules-les-Roses on the Normandy coast. Home to the shortest river in France!