In my life i have been lucky enough to visit a long list of incredible places and this is due primarily to my parents adoration for travel and adventure. I have never been afraid of flying and clambered into the car or plane buzzing with excitement at the idea of discovering somewhere new. Me and my siblings have an adoration for the sea and markets, me specifically i am often fascinated by the ancient cities that have buildings largely unchanged over the centuries. I love wandering around and discovering little shops run by local people, another thing i love is to create memories surrounding these incredible trips. I document them into short clips or through photography to ensure that my favourite aspects of the trips are never forgotten.
My favourite city i had previously been adamant was London, where i was born and raised, however following my travels this summer i realised that my opinion has been swayed. This summer i fell in love with Copenhagen in Denmark, i was charmed by the small, bustling streets of the latin quarter and overwhelmed by the beauty and history behind the old port of Christianhavn. I loved how little the city was compared to London and how the whole vibe of the city was relaxed and far more casual than the uptight busy vibe that London has as a business centre of the globe. I was in awe about the focus on design and innovation shown through all aspects of life in Copenhagen, finally the people were so incredibly happy and friendly it was difficult not to fall in love. The reason i decided to write about this today is because i found out that for my best friends 16th birthday her mum is taking me and another friend to visit Copenhagen for the weekend and i am beyond excited as i'd prepared myself for a long separation from that dear city, expect a full report on our trip following it in November.