Right at the end of Stockbridge high street you’ll find the Scran & Scallie, a Bib Gourmand awarded gastropub. It came highly recommended by Patrick’s friend who studied up in Edinburgh, and a recommendation always counts for a lot. Spoiler: it doesn’t disappoint! As we scanned the menu we got bread in a little muslin cloth… Continue reading Scran & Scallie, Edinburgh
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
The northern most tip of Denmark, where the crazy, untamable North Sea (Skaggerak) meets the still, calm Baltic (Kattegat), is where you’ll find Skagen, a beautiful destination, popular with Scandinavian holiday makers. You can certainly see why people turn up in hoards during the Summer moths, with stunning sunsets, beautiful coastline and deliciously fresh seafood,… Continue reading A mini guide to Skagen
I’ve written quite a few travel posts now, but I haven’t written about one of my favourite corners of the world. Stockholm is a very fun and exciting city, something to suit everyone, cityscape surrounded by water, parks and a short sail away to the islands of the archipelago. This can be a tad bit… Continue reading A mini guide to Stockholm
Venice is one of my favourite cities, so when Joelle said she wanted a group to go on a trip there, I said yes quicker than a summer in England.
Everywhere I go I always google what’s the average temperature and what to wear. With Italy being a bit of a favourite, having tried several outfit combinations in different seasons I’ve come up with bit of a capsule wardrobe, that’s small enough to fit in a carry on & I’ve even tried – huge emphasis… Continue reading What to wear in Italy
Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen, salty old queen of the sea. That is what my Dad and I have sung each time that each of us visited Copenhagen, once together with the whole family for a few hours before a flight; I’ve since driven through and had two mini breaks of a mere 24 hours in this… Continue reading A mini guide to Copenhagen