How To Spend 24 Hours In Miami

While many people could spend days on end lounging poolside in Miami, others are only in town for a few days, or in my case 24 hours. So how do you spend 24 hours in Miami? If you’re the type who likes to sunbathe you could easily spend a day soaking up the rays at the…

A Fairytale Christmas in Prague

While it’s great to travel in summer some destinations are even more charming in the winter, and spending Christmas in Prague is a magical experience.

Healthy Eating In Los Angeles

Los Angeles is known to the whole world as the center for good-looking Hollywood stars, models and just ‘really, really, ridiculously good-looking people’. Los Angelinos don’t get these good looks and great bodies by eating the type of food that other parts of America are infamous for. The cuisine in Los Angeles is focused on…

The International Foodie In America

Change is always exciting when it comes to travel and food. I’ve been quiet on the blogging front due to an exciting new change in my life, a move from London to Los Angeles. Europe has offered up some amazing experiences, sights, and tastes – many of which I’m yet to share here – but…

Cretan Cuisine In Rethymnon

Explore Cretan Cusine on Greece’s Largest Island A visit to Crete is like going back in time, the largest of the Greek Islands has a spectacular history and a Cretan cuisine built on heritage and tradition that is still seen today. I visited this Mediterranean paradise at the peak of summer and stayed in the…

For The Love Of Spritz

I’ve become completely obsessed in the last 12 months with an Italian aperitif called “Spritz”. Those who follow this blog know I’ve had 3 trips to Italy in the last 12 months alone, and have fallen in love with the food and drinking culture. Prosecco lovers like myself you will be sure to love Spritz,…

Street Food In Ballaro Markets Palermo

Why The Best Thing To Eat In Palermo Is Street Food In The Ballaro Markets Sicily is a Mediterranean gem with more than a slight air of neglect and no experience sums up the city more than experiencing Street Food in the Ballaro Markets. We arrived in the capital Palermo on a warm August day…

London Coffee Festival

I’m hyper and somewhat shaky, the result of an afternoon spent savouring everything the London Coffee Festival 2016 has to offer. The event, held at The Truman Brewery in Shoreditch, is held across two levels, with coffee centric stalls in abundance. The lines of people waiting to enter the afternoon session were somewhat daunting, but…

Aldwych: London’s Forgotten Tube Station

London is a city of history and secrets, and I used to walk past one of those secrets every day. Just off The Strand is the unassuming Aldwych station, closed to visitors except for a lucky few. This “abandoned” tube station is actually in heavy use for filming, but on a few dates a year…

Asolo, Italy: A Hidden Gem

Asolo is one of those small towns that you would never find without a recommendation. It’s a tiny Italian town nestled atop a hill in the Treviso district, north of Venice. The views are stunning, looking out across prosseco vineyards and straight at the Italian Alps, snow-capped for much of the year. It’s these views…