You may be wondering why I’m posting a restaurant review when we’re all in the joys of quarantine and social distancing.
Well, it’s because 500° is actually one of the restaurants in Lima offering a take away/delivery service at the moment, and so I wanted to share with you some of the items on their normal menu when we visited a few weeks before the lockdown. Continue reading
Afternoon tea, for me, is quintessentially British and it’s the way we celebrate so many occasions.
Who would say no to a spread of mini sandwiches and sweet treats with hot tea or champagne? Certainly not me! Continue reading
Is it just me, or have you noticed that everyone has become a baker and a home chef during lockdown?
It’s amazing what some time and lack of options will do for your culinary skills! Continue reading
Our tiny garden is literally exploding with colour at the moment.
So, it’s been a bit of an odd month to say the least.
Hasedera is one of my favourite temple sites that we visited in Kamakura, because it has so many levels, areas and layers to it.
Even amongst the school groups and tourists, you can always seem to find a little space of quiet. Continue reading
I think we could all do with a bit of peace right now, with everything that’s going on, so it seems like the perfect time to post some pictures of my visit to this beautifully serene bamboo forest. Continue reading
It’s been a dream of mine to visit Tokyo Disney Resort for years now, not only for the amazing theming, rides, and merchandise, but for their snacks!
Tsukiji inner market may well have relocated, but the outer market is definitely still going strong.
It’s still packed with food stalls selling all manner of yummy things and not only their famous tuna. Continue reading
Tokyo has so many beautiful gardens and parks dotted throughout its urban landscape.In some parks you can forget what lies outside its borders due to the sheer size of it, how tall the trees are, or even how much the foliage blocks out of sight. However, Hamarikyu feels like more of an oasis due to the towering structures that visibly surround it. Continue reading
Asakusa is probably one of my favourite districts in Tokyo.
It’s a fabulous mix of traditional and modern and there are amazing food spots every few feet. Continue reading