My Top 10 Tips for Falling In Love with Cape Town

My Top 10 Tips for Falling In Love with Cape Town

Everyone told me that I would fall in love with Cape Town… the sun, the beaches, the wine, the food. It was love at first sight. It’s the perfect destination for any age, any gender and any group of people. I urge you to visit so you can fall in love too.  There are a few good things to know before you go, so I’m attempting … Continue reading My Top 10 Tips for Falling In Love with Cape Town

Decoding the Emoji Menu at The Little Yellow Door

Decoding the Emoji Menu at The Little Yellow Door

A short walk from Notting Hill Gate station is a little yellow door, a bright narrow pane hidden between a boutique clothes shop and a tacky tourist store. Number 68, Notting Hill Gate (what a superb coincidentally rhyming address) is home to a few friendly flatmates who have transformed their flat share into a now permanent pop-up restaurant and bar. Taking the foodie scene by storm, … Continue reading Decoding the Emoji Menu at The Little Yellow Door

A Designer Stay at the Hilton, Bournemouth; A Review

A Designer Stay at the Hilton, Bournemouth; A Review

Last month I was invited to an event at one of Bournemouth’s latest hotels. The £60 million Hilton, that now takes a place on Bournemouth’s seafront skyline, has been receiving rave reviews since its opening last December. Despite its regular outdoor appearance, its innovative interiors have caused a stir due to its slightly secretive designer. The look and feel of the Hilton is fashionably modern, … Continue reading A Designer Stay at the Hilton, Bournemouth; A Review

10 Things You Didn't Know About Soho and Chinatown

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Soho and Chinatown

Last week I was invited on a tour of Soho and Chinatown with PlanetPass, a new innovative travel app that offers a wonderful range of London tours. Within an hour of booking, you can be learning about London’s gin scene, discovering Mayfair’s Chocolate Wonders or finding some of the city’s best kept secrets. There are so many to choose from and even a new ‘Poketour’ for those … Continue reading 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Soho and Chinatown

A Friends and Family Guide to Supporting Bloggers

A Friends and Family Guide to Supporting Bloggers

As a blogger you can forget that sometimes the outside world doesn’t fully understand our little community and also that they might not know how to support us as their loved ones. I’ve had a few eye-opening conversations with my friends and family where they’ve thought that I’d be annoyed if they commented on my posts or that they just haven’t realised that it would mean … Continue reading A Friends and Family Guide to Supporting Bloggers

Travel Linkup; Learning Not To Give A F**K

Travel Linkup; Learning Not To Give A F**K

The time that you spend on your travels is so precious. You’ve worked hard, lived off pasta the week before to save every last penny and taken a chunk out of your valuable annual leave. So when you finally get to your destination, you want to be able to enjoy every last minute. So if there’s one thing I’ve learnt whilst travelling, its to stop giving … Continue reading Travel Linkup; Learning Not To Give A F**K

Goodbye July, Hello August; A Hectic Month Of Eats and Treats

Goodbye July, Hello August; A Hectic Month Of Eats and Treats

July. Good riddance. I don’t normally say that but this gone week I’ve been craving the weekend and a much needed payday. July’s been a bit stressful, packed full of busy weekends catching a train here and there. I know, I know, I shouldn’t complain but sometimes I just want two days to catch up with my blog in my joggers and spend some quality … Continue reading Goodbye July, Hello August; A Hectic Month Of Eats and Treats

How to Spend 24 hours in Québec City

How to Spend 24 hours in Québec City

Québec City is a stunning town in the French province of Canada. With cobbled streets, enticing cafes and art around every corner, this compact city offers a divine combination of boutique European style and Canadian tradition. My first visit to Canada began in Québec where we ate dessert for dinner and pancakes for lunch. I saw as much of this beautiful town as possible in 24 hours. Wander … Continue reading How to Spend 24 hours in Québec City

A Taste of Peru at Andina, Shoreditch

A Taste of Peru at Andina, Shoreditch

Peruvian cuisine has made a striking impact on London’s diverse food scene, with a constant wave of fresh ceviche and Pisco Sour popping up across the city. The man mostly responsible for this wave of exotic dishes is Martin Morales, an award winning chef and restaurateur who moved to London 20 years ago, bringing with him his passion and flair for Peruvian flavour. Before following his dream … Continue reading A Taste of Peru at Andina, Shoreditch

The Gibson Bar; Cocktails for the Weird & The Wonderful

The Gibson Bar; Cocktails for the Weird & The Wonderful

In the corner of a cosy bar on Old Street, I took my Mum and Auntie on a journey back to Edwardian London for an eccentric experience like no other. Antique collections, vintage books and Art Deco decor surrounded us as we sipped on exquisite drinks. The Gibson Bar is one of East London’s most talked about additions. Created by two famous names in the bartender … Continue reading The Gibson Bar; Cocktails for the Weird & The Wonderful

the lindos look book

The Lindos Look Book

Dragging out the summer wardrobe to find its all a little over worn, a size too small (none of us actually do a bikini diet anymore right?) or a tags-still-on regrettable buy… there’s no better excuse to go on a shopping spree.  Prior to Lindos, I experienced the British ‘I have nothing to wear’ crisis and so hit up Westfield in hope of a holiday … Continue reading The Lindos Look Book