6 Unusual Activities To Do In Oxford, UK – Travel

Being fortunate enough to live about an hour away from Oxford, it sadly gets overlooked for more exotic lands that can be reached by plane in an hour. However, I arranged with dear friends a staycation in the painfully stunning…

10 Top Things to See and Do in Gothenburg, Sweden – Travel

Having recently come back from a glorious trip with my girlfriends, I wanted to share with you my favourite 10 Top Things to See and Do in Gothenburg, Sweden. Having not known a huge amount of people who had visited…

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I eat. I travel. I blog. I repeat. Female Willy Wonka in Bristol with a love of travel, tequila, bacon and bean to bar chocolate.

Exploring The Cliff Villages of Cinque Terre, Italy – Travel

As a part of mine and Julianne of Part-Time Passport blog trip to Genoa, Italy, we had also planned a day trip for some exploring of Cinque Terre on the coast. Having spied all the gorgeous pictures of colourful coastal…

Food Tour of Genoa, Italy – Review

I adore Italy to visit, the architecture, the countryside, the people and most importantly the food! When planning my holiday to Genova, Italy with the lovely Julianne from Part Time Passport Blog, I knew that we needed a food tour…

Zotter’s Chocolate Factory, Austria – Review

How far would you travel for a certain food item? Down the road? To a city across the country? How about to another country? That’s what I did for chocolate. Not just any chocolate that you can get at your…

Weekend of Museums and Strudels in Vienna, Austria – Travel

I believe that I’m so lucky to live in Europe, that although you might have to waiting in a crowded airport lounge, we’re actually only a couple of hours flight away from such a vast array of countries and cultures…

Touring Around Lille, France & Bruges, Belgium – Travel

I like to plan travels in January, as once Christmas is over, everyone is on diets, not drinking alcohol, have no money and it’s just been raining for months, it’s good to have something to look forward to.

Eating Around Valencia, Spain – Travel

An important part of holiday planning for me if definitely where are we going to eat, if I had my way, for every meal time. So where should you go when eating in Valencia? Of course, we sampled the eight-course…

La Salita, Valenica – Review

This September I turned a milestone age, shhh 30 years old. I wanted to say bye to my twenties in style. I had a fairly big tick list for a finding somewhere to visit – a place big enough to…

Food Tours Around The World – Review

I used to have a guilty pleasure. When visiting a new city on holiday, I would love to go on a Hop on an open-topped tour bus. I loved how you could get a good idea of the lay of…

Valencia Food Tour – Review

I’ve been recently been doing a series of posts based on wonderful food tours whilst travelling as well as creating your own. To add to the collection of food tours I’ve been on around the world, I recently arrange a…

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