The beautiful island of Jersey is nurturing an incredible foodie scene.
Cargo is one of my favourite spots on the island for coffee and brunch, it’s gorgeous interior and delicious food made for a relaxed morning before a full day of sight seeing.
If you’re heading to St Helier Cargo is an absolute must visit!
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AD* | The Southampton Harbour Hotel is a stunning hotel standing tall in Ocean Village right on the coast.
It’s built in the shape of a cruise ship and has become an iconic part of the city’s skyline.
The penthouse or top level is the hotel’s main restaurant HarBar on 6th with spectacular views out across the marina and the Solent, the stretch of water between the south coast and the Isle of Wight.
It’s a stunning hang out with a terrace, floor to ceiling windows and a beautiful balcony.
It has a recently launched a new seafood focused menu which I was invited to review.
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AD* | The Day of the Dead is all about celebrating life! This, along with Halloween, is definitely my favourite adopted seasonal celebrations and it’s a huge excuse to eat ALL the Mexican food!
Wahaca invited me to a Día de Muertos dinner party, creating a cosy corner where we tried some tasty tacos and quesadillas.
Naturally, I was there with bells on!
Like Mexican food? See the delicious dishes from Masterchef 2005 winner Tomasina Miers…
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Are you looking for a great all round sandal for your next adventure? Getting the right kit for your trip is really very important. Finding decent shoes is a real struggle especially when you’re trying to fit a month’s worth of clothes and supplies to fit in a 20kg suitcase.
Before heading to Australia I did so much research to find great items that would be versatile, would mean I could pack light and above all else were quality and could survive the elements and being put through its paces.
Footwear is tricky when your travel adventure has you hiking in rainforest and up mountains one moment, clambering through rock pools the next and then hitting the city to sight see.
I discovered Teva a week before I left and thanks to next day delivery I’ve had a solid two years of adventuring with excellent sandals!
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I’ve started my first hashtag called #KitForYourTrip
Join me by sharing your top kit picks, recommendations and advice on #KitForYourTrip across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Let’s start an amazing community full of awesome gear for your travels, you could uncover something that makes your travel experience better, easier or safer!
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こんにちは Kon’nichiwa sushi lovers!
From nori and maki rolls to tempura and nigiri…I always am in the mood for sushi!
If you love sushi you’ve probably had the same problems I’ve had finding decent maki rolls outside of London.
Thankfully a fantastic food scene is growing in Bedford Place where Nara, a Japanese sushi restaurant, is based.
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I love coffee, ok, that’s an understatement. Over the years my obsession with coffee, and different ways of brewing it, has grown exponentially and it’s a part of my day that I look forward to. It’s a warm, satisfying and comfortable pick me up that works whatever the season.
Are you a coffee fiend too? If you haven’t tried Monmouth before this post might give you a new coffee shop to head to when you’re next in London!
Monmouth Coffee is hands down my favourite coffee roasters. It’s been my number one for over six years years and I always get a large stash of coffee when we head to its HQ at Borough Market. Two of my favourite things Monmouth Coffee and Borough Market – a total match made!
Get your peaky blinders round this stellar coffee joint on the corner of my favourite market…
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The trend for small plates is slowly coming over from Australia and New Zealand and it’s a foodie fashion I can get behind.
Caravan Bankside is a great place to experience this trend, it has a well-travelled menu, it’s based in an old metal box factory and it’s nestled in an emerging area of London.
Headed to London soon? Take a look…
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Looking for a strong cup of coffee in Bristol? Want to support a local independent?
Head to Rod & Ruby’s down Cathedral Walk in the Harbourside area of Bristol.
It’s a great place to grab a drink on the walk into work, sitting watching the big screen in the square or while sightseeing and exploring the city.
Continue reading “Italian Coffee at Rod & Ruby’s in Bristol”