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
So I may have just returned from Japan, but I can’t help myself when it comes to Japanese food.In Peru, however, you’ll usually find it as part of a fusion style of cuisine called nikkei, and it’s super delicious. Continue reading
2020 is not just another year of travel, it marks the beginning of an entire decade of travel my friends and I can’t wait!
Although I’m already planning where I want to visit over the next 10 years, this post is only focusing on this year’s trips or we’d be here forever…. Continue reading
Another year gone, but a fresh new one to look forward to!
I feel like 2019 was a rollercoaster of a year, especially with everything that happened in UK politics, but besides all that I think it was pretty spectacular too. Continue reading
I can’t believe we’re in 2020 already, but luckily we still have a few more days of Christmas and sparkle before twelfth night is here.A great place to visit to get rid of those January blues is Anglesey Abbey, where they’ve decked out their manor house with a sixties style Christmas twist. Continue reading