Unfriended: Dark Web was surprisingly decent…

Non-ironically, I love Unfriended (Leo Gabriadze, 2014). It's not a good film, but that's why I love it. It's 21st century schlock; full of mistakes with an interesting concept and some terrible jump scares. The film has many issues, but my sister and I love rewatching it when we're down or need a laugh. It's …

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Creepy Travels – Lisbon and Sintra

Lisbon is a beautiful riverside city, and a city I would imagine I will visit again. On my initial visit, I didn't visit many creepy places, but here are a few that could be considered creepy. Sintra is also included in this list as I wanted to talk about National Pantheon The National Pantheon, or …

How Much For: 5 Days in Lisbon for 2 People

At the beginning of January, my sister and I took our now-customary winter trip. Although we had initially decided on a multi-city trip, we decided for budgetary and anxiety reasons to focus on one city, and Lisbon won! As we cut down our trip for budgetary reasons, we really should have kept an eye on …

A Neurotic’s Guide to London

In this new series I will be starting, I'm going to explain answers to some questions I had about cities I've now visited, and talk about things I struggled with. As a naturally neurotic person, I worry about lots of unneeded things, so I hope this helps you! What is London really like? London is …

Lisbon: 4: Beautiful Belem

Our last full day was designated for us to visit an absolutely beautiful district of Lisbon: Belem! Belem was a big part of us wanting to visit Lisbon and fortunately we had a lovely day for it! We got the 15E tram to Belem-Jeronimos, and immediately went into the National Museum of Archeology. We got …

Lisbon: 3: Running Over The Seven Hills

Wednesday was dedicated to exploring Lisbon and making the most of our Lisboa Card. There were lots of little things we wanted to do, and today was the best day to get as much done as we could. We first went to the Santa Justa Lift. This ended up being completely free for us, which …

Lisbon: 2: A Fairytale Town

Our first proper day in Portugal landed on a Monday, which meant the majority of the city's museums and attractions were closed. Initially we had planned on visiting the Oceanario de Lisboa, but everybody we ran into encouraged us to go to Sintra. "Everything will be open, you might as well utilise your time!" So …