camera: LC-A+, film: Fuji Superia 200

Brussels, you're a sweet old city, and I completely adore you. I felt I was insulting you by only staying for a couple of nights. All the while trying to cram in as many comic book museums and street art as I could, taking in your beautiful architecture sights, and eating your delectable food. Oh, those waffles...

On our first stop in Paris, we rented an apartment in Canal Saint Martin. Admittedly, I was initially attracted to Canal St Martin because of  the classic pebble-skimming scene out of Amelie (a.k.a best movie ever). But it certainly has much to offer. It's a little bit out of the busy touristy areas, which was quite refreshing. It has a relaxing and laid back feel about it, and you see a lot of locals especially during the afternoon sitting by the canal having a picnic, fishing (yes, apparently there's fish in the canal) or walking their dogs.

camera: LC-A+, film: Kodak Portra 800

It has been much too long since I last posted, and no, I haven't given up on the blog - just been a lazy blogger with a sloppy internet connection. I also went on an unforgettable trip to Europe, so I thought I'd share a few snapshots. This was right at the end of the trip, in where else but perfect Paris..
One more month till my Europe holiday! So very excited.
I've read loads of travel books, but apart from the usual touristy things, does anyone have any tips on must-see or must-do things in Paris, Brussels, Munich, and Prague? Would love to hear from you.


Making a lovely little mess.
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