I’m underdressed. When Keens was recommended to me, I should have done my research. I’ve rocked up in jeans and trainers, a cute top, and a reasonably nice jacket but still, I’m surrounded mainly by men in suits, who all seem to be on very important lunch dates. The two men next to me are … Continue reading Keen Steakhouse, NYC – Review
When I added on a few days in New York to my Atlanta trip, I reached out to my friend Jenny, who lives there to see what she’d recommend. Cafe Mogador was up there on the top of the list. The best breakfast in the city. I’m apprehensive. That’s a big title to live up … Continue reading Cafe Mogador
... New York (and Atlanta) Now despite being an avid planner in real day to day life. When I'm travelling, one of my favourites things is to just walk and see what happens. This morning I did 5 miles before breakfast. And it was amazing. Hamilton blasting in my ears. Walking around, gazing in awe … Continue reading Concrete Jungle where dreams are made of…
When I first ever thought about writing a blog I wanted it to be a travel blog - realisation that I actually have bills to pay and don't go away that often soon put a stop to that. However, I'm sat in the 1903 lounge in Manchester Terminal 1, thinking actually this is my 5th … Continue reading 1903 lounge – Manchester Airport – Terminal 1
Lets go wild camping I say to the boy. It’s been years since I went. 15, maybe even 16, half a life time ago. I thought it’ll be romantic, remote, beautiful views, no technological distraction, exciting. Bliss. Fuck me I was an idiot. First I forgot that iron man over here isn’t going to want … Continue reading Wild camping
I am the one who plans what we do on holiday and I'd seen these beautiful ivy covered woman sculpture on pintrest and was adamant we should go. I thought we'd be walking round looking at cool art installations - was that case? Erm no. Not at all. Was I disappointed? Not even a little … Continue reading Lost Gardens of St Heligans.
I like hotels. I'm going to come straight out and say it. There's something so magical about that first moment you walk in. I've been disappointed by a few, only ever walked out of one. (*shudder*) but on the whole. I love them. Modern, quirky, old, tiny, grand. I'm honestly not fussy. I just like … Continue reading H10 London Waterloo