Travel

Hong Kong Travel Guide

Hong Kong is a dynamic city with strong Chinese roots coupled with an interesting colonial history that gives it a multi-cultural vibe. There is so much to do here whether you like shopping, eating dim-sum or getting out and about to explore the history and culture. In some ways, Hong Kong reminds me of New… Continue reading Hong Kong Travel Guide

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Food · London

Afternoon Tea at Dean Street Townhouse

Afternoon tea is such a treat and always a great option if you're thinking of doing something special for someone. I've tried a fair few Afternoon tea's in London, where the options are absolutely endless. The food has to of course be good but so does the ambience - this is why I was really… Continue reading Afternoon Tea at Dean Street Townhouse

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City Break in Prague: Travel Guide

Prague, also knows as the 'city of a hundred spires', is a beautiful, compact city which packs a punch. It is perfect for a long weekend break, offering history, art and culture, and is generally just a really picturesque place to explore on foot. The old town is particularly well preserved with its gothic architecture… Continue reading City Break in Prague: Travel Guide

Lifestyle

Bicester Village Survival Guide

Bicester Village is one of my favourite shopping destinations. Not only does it have an excellent variety of luxury shops but it also has a diverse range of restaurants and food kiosks on offer with something for everyone! It is just a really aesthetically pleasing place to shop - look at all those gorgeous  flowers! The… Continue reading Bicester Village Survival Guide

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Afternoon in Montmartre, Paris

Montmartre is my favourite part of Paris (other than maybe Saint Germain Des Pres). Once you exit Abbesses Metro station, all your Paris clichés come alive. Check out the Le mur des je t’aime (Wall of Love) art installation before you make your way up the steep and windy, cobble-stoned streets to the top of the hill… Continue reading Afternoon in Montmartre, Paris