I’m first to admit I drink a lot of coffee, a lot of tea and hey red wine is frequent visitor on a Friday night. The problem is I have a real thing for perfect teeth – if there even is such a thing. But I’m in that catch 22 of still wanting to live… Continue reading Instant whites
When Upfluence, in collaboration with the UN and Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) got in touch about international biodiversity day, I knew I wanted to support them in their cause. So I signed up to their thunderclap to raise awareness, but tweets can often get lost after they’ve stopped trending, so I thought I’d write… Continue reading Seven steps to sustainable tourism
Firstly did you know it’s pronounced bar boolie? Me neither until I rang to book Patrick and myself in for a Monday dinner. I’d won a competition with Squaremeals for a three course meal, fizz and sommelier chosen wines! If that isn’t the way to perk up a Monday, I don’t know what would?! The… Continue reading Bar boulud, Knightsbridge
Last weekend I got invited* down to have a go at some board games, of which I am notoriously dreadful, and gobble up some pork pies in celebration on #nationalboardgamesweek by Pork Farms. No prizes for what I was looking most forward to.
Last weekend Patrick and I headed down to Honest Burger* to try their karma cola burgers.
Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, home to Mary Queen of Scots, still hosting a royal residence and flagged by beautiful rugged Scottish landscape. The waters of firth of forth to the north and Arthur’s seat to the East to name the most notable, but within this densly packed, compact capital, there is lots to see,… Continue reading A mini guide to Edinburgh
I’ll let you in on a little secret, I love tapas. But, this isn’t a Spanish tapas bar like I’ve tried before. This is Peruvian, and as the name suggests, they specialise in ceviche, a Peruvian method of curing fish in tigers milk – fear not, it’s a mix of lime, spices and onions. We… Continue reading Senor Ceviche, Kingly Court