About

Louise, 26 

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Born in the Channel Islands, I grew up gazing out to sea and daydreaming of adventure. A love of literature, foreign cultures and heritage led to my choice of studying languages at degree level and after four years of travel and study, I graduated from Durham University with a BA in Modern Languages in 2013. I now work in Marketing  (indulging in my hobbies of interpreting, learning new languages and writing projects in my spare time!)

This blog (est. 2012) aims to trace the places I go, the things I see and the times in which I live.

You’re more than welcome to come along for the ride –  please feel free to leave me comments and feedback.

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35 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Louise! Thanks for following my blog. Yours seems interesting so far and looks great (I love the theme!) French and German is a rather unusual combination I think. 🙂 I just picked up French .. It’s pretty hard so far. Luckily the French usually switch to German or English when I am in France and they notice I am a beginner. 😉 at least I give it a try. Anyway, I am looking forward to reading about your adventures. France is a lovely country and I am always looking for new places to go to there. Greetings from the other side 🙂

    • Hi Suze 🙂 Thanks for your interest in my adventures! 😉 I’m sure you’ll succeed in your French studies! Germany is a lovely country as well – I spent six months living on the Bodensee which was amazing. Can’t wait to go back there and explore some more ^__^ ‘adventure is out there’ ! (as they say in ‘up!) look forward to reading more of your blog 🙂

  2. Thanks for following my blog. Your photos are great, and I’ve enjoyed looking at your travels through Paris and London so far (still need to scroll through your older posts. Good to meet you here.

  3. Hello, Somehow you found the blog where I write about photography. It it nice to be in contact with you and I look forward to getting to know you as I wander thru your blog’s pictures and writing. Hmmm…. do I need to worry about a person that writes she is, ” leaving a trail of glitter and chaos behind me.”

  4. Hi Louise, great to meet you here and I’m looking forward to reading your blog, thank you for following mine.
    Have a good week and my best regards to you, James 🙂

  5. Hi,
    Thanks for dropping by at my blog, and also for following 🙂 Great photos you have here. I am also a follower of your site. Good day 🙂

    regards,
    Mel

  6. Researching family and Guernsey histories and trying to locate a picture of a Queripel in a gansey, I stumbled across your blog. Very much enjoyed this, thank you!

      • Far from local… I’ve sadly never been to Guernsey (nor met a Queripel I did not give the name to). I’ll definitely be reading more of your work, hoping to learn cultural tidbits along the way. Thank you!

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