I finally made it to Prague! Such a beautiful city (but just a tad cold) but as a Londoner, the food and drinks were deliciously cheap. Just as a guide, I exchanged ~ £200 – 6800 Korunas, was there for 4 days, didn’t hold back on eating or buying food souvenirs, had a bit of… Continue reading Travel | Prague Part 1
A little while ago I was invited to Beagle’s pinot noir wine night. I was flicking through my photos and was reminded about how much I enjoyed it so I thought I’d make a post about it. 😊 The night started off with a glass of Rose Champagne (Louis Barthelemy Rubis) and the first of… Continue reading Food | Beagle Wine Night
An escape to the Far East with food, drinks, music, kawaii (cute) goods, cultural experiences and more. Last weekend I visited The Hyper Japan Christmas Market at the Tobacco Docks mainly for the food and drinks but was also treated to everything else on offer. Starting off with what I know best: Food and Drink.… Continue reading Hyper Japan | Food & Drinks
On Friday, 9 September 2016 I was invited to the launch of Vita Mojo’s second branch in Spitalfields. It is a healthy take-away restaurant that lets you customise your meal as you wish. You can choose from a pre set menu or take your pick on what you want to eat and build your meal.… Continue reading Food | Vita Mojo
Beaches Taormina: Featured briefly in my previous post and a beach I had read about and definitely wanted to go to. Journey – From Catania you can get a bus at the enclosed square near Catania Centrale. You will need to take the Etna Trasporti bus which will end at Taormina. This costs €8.30 return… Continue reading Travel | Sicily Part 3
Mount Etna With Etna Tribe: Mount Etna was one of the main reasons that I wanted to go to Sicily – it is the largest active volcano in Europe. I think everyone was quite worried when I said I wanted to go to Mount Etna as they envisioned me with a backdrop of lava spewing… Continue reading Travel | Sicily Part 2
I recently visited the beautiful Island of Sicily – the Southern part of Italy that is ‘being kicked by the boot’. Not your typical choice of destination when you think of Italy and usually associated with the Mafia but I thought I would be different. Why not?