This vlog wraps up my short, but lovely stay in Düsseldorf, if you want to know what happened on my third day in Düsseldorf, you can check it out HERE. Meanwhile, enjoy videos pretty much just showing Moana and me, plane and train hopping. Advertisements
We went for a lovely trip just out of Dusseldorf to visit a pretty pink Schloss and walk around the grounds. We then had a walk around Düsseldorf’s Altstadt (old part of the city) before grabbing a bit to eat. You can check out the blogpost version here too.
Once again, I have another vlog to share, and you can check out the blogpost version here. This was the first of four days in Dusseldorf, Germany, and one of the recommended things to do there is to shop, so shop we did! Hope you enjoy!
Basically just a quick vlog on the plane with a bit of a chat at the end. You can also check out my blogpost here.
Finally have time to edit my vlogs from my time in France and Germany last year, so here’s one of when Moana and I headed to Montmartre and the Sacre-Coeur. You can also check out the blog post here.
Last year while in Paris I visited the Chateau de Versailles, which was one of the most amazing experiences I’ve ever had. The palace and its grounds are stunning and the whole experience felt so surreal and as if I was inside a movie. I wrote a blogpost about it here, accompanied by photographs, but below is a vlog of the day, where I’ve compiled bits of footage I took whilst visiting the palace! Hope you enjoy!
On Wednesday I went to the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff and I took a few videos while I was there. You can also check out my blog post about it here.
While I haven’t grown up with the television show Doctor Who, I did get into the show a couple of years ago and now I would definitely count myself as a fan. Therefore it wasn’t right to not go to the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff, which is the only one of its kind. There are two parts to the Doctor Who Experience, the first part is the interactive part, where you are taken on a little adventure and need to help the Doctor save the universe. It was quite funny and quite enjoyable. My favourite part was definitely going through the forest of weeping angels- scary as hell, but also a lot of fun! That takes about 15-20 minutes (you’re not allowed to film or take photos, so you’ll just have to go by my word). The second part is where you get to have a stroll around the Doctor Who exhibitions, where there is actual set, props and costumes that you can look at, which is also super cool. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed …
Sadly, it is a little under ten days until I have to bid farewell to my Cardiff University family and head back home to New Zealand. One thing that I have been terrible at doing whilst being here has been doing the touristy things around Cardiff and Wales. So, with the limited amount of time I have left here, my friend and I decided we should visit some of the popular sites, first up, Cardiff Castle! What was super cool was, since I’m currently a Cardiff resident (albeit only for another ten days,) I was given a discount PLUS a ‘key to the castle’, which pretty much means I was given a card which gives me free entry for the next three years, which was pretty sweet and will be a cool souvenir. Just like usual I took advantage of the free audio guides to find out about the places and things we were visiting. There is not much left of the original Roman Fort, but you can see a few old stones here and …
This afternoon my flatmates and I were not enjoying the idea of studying. So instead, we had a wee bit of a chat, and I thought I’d share it with you all for your enjoyment, if it floats ya boat (it helps if you read them out loud sometimes).