After Paris, our trio dwindled down to a duo. My friend Rach and I were basically winging our way through the next week and a half in Europe. With many rough itineraries in mind, we decided on Prague being the next point of call. We only stayed for two nights but it was still enough time to enjoy this picturesque town. This is also the point where I became slightly camera fatigued – as such, there’s only going to be one post about Prague. Like many European cities, the city centre is split into an Old and New Town. The Old Town is full of wonderful old buildings and monuments such as the Astronomical Clock Tower (insert joke here about it being one of the most overrated attractions in Europe), Tyn Church, and the Charles Bridge. The old town is also full of winding alleyways just waiting to be explored. The larger-than-life pistols were one such discovery. They were part of a young artist exhibition which I thought typified the juxtaposition of old and new in Prague. You might be wondering why I chose to include a photo of a sandwich but that meal saved my life. Orange juice and a toasted sandwich – my kind of comfort food. Prague was the perfect place to relax and unwind after the previously jam-packed weeks of travelling. Next up? Berlin!