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
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
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
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
Budapest Wine Festival was the absolute best surprise on our trip to Budapest in September and an event I definitely recommend booking your trip around.
It’s a huge wine festival taking place in the castle grounds overlooking the river and the city beyond. Just an amazing experience. Continue reading
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
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