Flower baths and jungle, Ubud Part 3/3

Ubud, renown for being the cultural centre of Bali, and in contrast to the islands, full of greenery, jungle, a rich culture and a strong arts scene. Surrounded by rice fields, it is an incredible hub of markets, furniture shops, vegan cafes, massage parlours and temples. It is absolutely mad, but I still loved it….

Jean-Georges at the Connaught

I have always wanted to go for afternoon tea, I think its one of those right of passages that everyone should experience at least once a year! I had never had the opportunity until now to go, and I leaped at the chance. Jean-Georges at the Connaught was an obvious choice, I have dined at…

Turquoise Blue Heaven, Part 2/3

As you may have gathered if you have read my other blog on Bali – for two weeks, I certainly did a lot, so I just had to write another! Ulutwatu was dreamy; for surfing, relaxing, eating and yoga but the Gilli islands were calling, we had heard so much about them. However a serious…

Bali, Our Tropical Paradise, Part 1/3

  Bali has been at the top of my bucket list for a while, and at the beginning of the year the opportunity to go with some friends (7 to be exact), and it was a hell why not situation! Before I knew It I had booked my flights and was heading over to paradise,…

Tapas with a Twist

If you haven’t gathered, I am such a fan of exploring new restaurants and generally eating – especially dessert. Having heard many great things about Twist in Marylebone, it seemed the perfect opportunity to spend my Friday evening tasting everything on the menu, and sampling the wine at the same time. It is advised that you…

Dessert and Cocktails for two

The weather is turning in London, and with this i can only describe an endless desire to sit inside, eat, drink and catch up with friends. Welcome to being in your mid twenties, and embracing the Autumn. I had a partner in crime for this outing ((The London Blogger),  with Liberty London and 34 Mayfair…

My Scandi Experience Part 2/2

Sundays are for chilling, or in our case getting a train to the Museum of Louisiana, located just an hours ride out of the city of Copenhagen. I don’t think we intended it to be a days trip away, but it worked out that way and to be honest it was totally worth it. The…

Dinner with a view, The Ivy Tower Bridge

I have always wanted to blog about food, and having being lucky enough to sample many different restaurants in London, it seemed the perfect opportunity to start sharing my experiences about food, starting with The Ivy at Tower Bridge. The restaurant has just opened to the public, and rivals all brassieres with its gorgeous interiors,…

Living it up in Copenhagen Part 1/2

Copenhagen has quickly taken the spot as one of my favourite cities in Europe. Its welcoming people, beautiful streets and yummy food makes it one of the most chilled cities I have ever visited. Don’t get me wrong, it is still expensive – and bear that in mind when you visit this haven! I went…

Smiles all Round – Lisbon, Part 2/2.

Its taken a while, but here is my follow up post on Lisbon – i hope you enjoy 🙂 Our second morning took us to Heim Cafe. Heim Café is the greatest place for a great coffee, great vibes and great food. Tucked away behind many winding streets this tropical café serves a yummy breakfast…