Wandering Leah Blog

Plaza de España

Plaza de España

I often feel like architecture has a way of being its own secret language, and sometimes difficult to understand for mortals such as myself. It is a language all its own, and as a...

Löyly

Löyly Sauna in Helsinki

It was a lazy, foggy Sunday in Helsinki. The harbour was a mysterious cloud of uncertainty, making it impossible to tell which was was North, or even where the pier ended and the water began....

Ehrenfeld

Ehrenfeld, Cologne’s Hippest Borough

Cologne residents love to sing Ehrenfeld’s praises. It’s easy to see why, with independent shops scattered all over the neighborhood, and plenty of high-quality coffee to last you all day. At night, the district becomes...

Oslo ferry

When Family Comes to Town

I’ve always said, “If you think I’m funny, you should really meet my family.” This includes my cousins in Tau, Western Norway. I’ve known them since 1994, and loved them ever since. I try...

Biking Seville

Leah by Bike

This is me, pretty much every time I’m on a bike: Growing up, I was often told the scary story of how bikes can be dangerous, especially if you bike with only one hand! This...

Scottish Highlands

On Visiting Old Friends

As I touched on in my last post, sometimes it’s a bit of a mystery as to how friends stay friends after years of being apart, despite having developing different interests and living completely...

Duomo

Hello, Friends!

It’s finally here! It’s here, and it’s real, and I am so excited to share with you. Today is the debut of Wandering Leah. A long time ambition, finally reality. You may think, “that’s...