We have just got back from the most fabulous trip to Hungary and Slovenia and I can’t wait to start sharing the highlights!
One of my favourite evenings in Budapest was the one we spent in one of the ruin bars in the old Jewish district on the Pest side of the river. Continue reading
This is what winter looks like in the district of Lima.
Well at the Reserva Nacional de Lachay (or Lomas de Lachay) anyway! Once you escape the dusty desert, the winter moisture leaves the hillsides and mountains flourishing in a carpet of green. Continue reading
Toronto is a city of many cultures and you can technically eat in a different country every night if you wanted.
Kensington Market is veritable melting pot of cuisine and definitely somewhere to visit if you’re a foodie. It’s absolutely full of delicious dishes! Continue reading
I love spending a sunny afternoon by the coast.
All the better when food is involved though…. Continue reading
In the center of Toronto, you’ll find a long collection of joined alleyways that are completely filled with colourful graffiti, artwork and murals.
These little back streets are a hub for street art and you can find some amazing pieces while walking along the route. Continue reading
Ward’s Island has one of the best views of the Toronto skyline.
Especially on a beautiful day like this. Continue reading
Every time I visit, my stomach leaves full and very, very happy. Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago I took a trip to Wyken Vineyards.
There were lots of little lambs, blossom and wine. It was pretty idyllic! Continue reading
Hello! It’s been a while!
I hope you’ve all been well and enjoying the last few weeks! I know I’ve been a little bit absent in posting, but I promise I’ve got the best reasons…. Continue reading
What’s your go-to brunch dish?
I’m pretty sure mine is always an eggs benny or a pile of pancakes. Luckily, mó bistró has both, so it’s the perfect brunch destination for me! Continue reading
There’s something so relaxing about beach walks and the sea air.
Last weekend we headed down to our old stomping ground in Punta Hermosa and couldn’t resist taking an early morning stroll around the bays (Señoritas and Caballeros) like we used to. Continue reading