Author Archives: Annabelle

About Annabelle

I, Annabelle Peters, was born in Spelthorne, London's outskirts, to father, Bruce Surrey, London, and mother Evelyn, born in Mozambique, Africa and raised in Goa, India, both places which were under Portuguese rule. My sister Cristobel was born 3 and a half years later, in 1986. At the age of five, we moved to Sydney Australia, where we remained for 25 years. I attended highschool at Brigidine College St Ives, which I graduated from in 2001 and completed my Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Sydney in 2005, followed by the CPA Program in 2008. Growing up, we did a lot of travelling as a family, a trend which has so far continued for the rest of my life. I think the combination of my mixed origins, together with my father's lengthy and successful career in the travel industry have fueled my passion for travel. In July 2015, I made the decision to do what many Australians do: a stint in London, combining international work experience with travelling around Europe. This journey has taken me to many countries and I would love to share this experience with you all.

City Sights

Sunday-my last day in Malta- was designed to be a day exploring Valletta, Malta’s capital city. Churches, shops and the famous Malta Experience. Buses depart every 20 minutes from St… Read more »

Post card perfect

Hop on Hop Off Tours such as Viator’s tour are a perfect way to see a city. With regular stops at reasonable intervals, they provide you with the flexibility to cherry… Read more »

Golden Bay

I woke up to a beautiful sunny day, without a cloud in the sky. Since breakfast is the most important meal of the day and the idea of breakfast on… Read more »

Sagrada Familia

I was told that I couldn’t go to Barcelona without seeing the iconic Sagrada Familia. It boasts Gaudi’s magnificent architecture and is arguably the most popular tourist attraction in Barcelona…. Read more »


Time to do some exploring! Monsterrat is a “must see” in Barcelona. I chose it as it combined breathtaking scenery of the mountain beaks of Mount Monsterrat, as well as wanting… Read more »