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Welcome on my blog! I’m a Dutch Law student, in love with photography, salsa and traveling the world.

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• Ready for my next journey.. ✈️ // Within a couple of hours I’ll travel to Croatia where I’ll attend a Summer Law School! Super excited to visit to this beautiful country once again, meet students from all over Europe & learn more about Privacy Law. Will keep you guys updated by posting IG-stories now and then. Now fingers crossed that Croatia will win the match tonight.. 😉⚽️ | Amsterdam, The Netherlands
• One of those perfect Summer nights.. ✨😌 • | Leiden, The Netherlands
• e x p l o r e m o r e 🌿 // Last Tuesday, it was my first time to be on a roundtrip boat in Leiden! Exploring the beautiful canals by boat during golden hour was a great experience. I stumbled upon lots of places I didn’t knew about, even tho I’m quite familiar with the city 🤔🤗 Also, thank u all for the kind b’day messages! Yesterday we threw a gardenparty for lots of family members, which made my weekend an unforgettable one. ❤️ // Leiden, The Netherlands
• 🎈It’s my birthday 🎈// Woah, still can’t believe another year has passed by so fast! Really feel grateful to be blessed with such a wonderful group of familymembers & friends who always support me. S/o to you guys ❤️ • | Utrecht, The Netherlands
• The past couple of months included sporadic periods of heavy rain showers, autumn-like cold weather, surprisingly hot days & even hailstroms.. 🤔🌦 But now, after having waited patiently for ages: it finally feels a bit like Summer here, and I couldn’t be any happier! 🌞 • | Galgewater, Leiden
• ...where I wanna live if I ever turn into a cute old granny 👋🏽👵🏽 • | Utrecht, The Netherlands

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It was on a cold friday morning at 08:00 am that I decided to spontaneously visit the riverside of West-London. The advantage of being an early bird is that you can take pictures in peace, without ten other tourists trying to steal the best spots. It was pretty quiet in the area, so the perfect chance to take a good stroll and enjoy the surroundings. I stumbled upon the London Eye and later on the Big Ben, the absolute highlights of this area. Just when I wanted to cross the Westminster Bridge, it suddenly began to snow. I began to wonder if I would transform into an icecube once I made all the way to the end, but still decided to do it. And yes, it was worth it.

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2 comments on “The Southbank area

  1. Kiran says:

    Awesome!!

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