Last week we were once again invited to another wonderful food experience by Eatwith (eatwith.com). However this time it wasn’t just a lovely meal with a local person, we were actually in charge of cooking the food that we would later be eating!
Last week we were lucky enough to be invited to try something new by Eatwith (eatwith.com). I’m always up for a great experience and The Best of Catalan Gastronomy on a Sailing Boat with Patricia was definitely that. We enjoyed dinner on a boat in Barcelona hosted by a lovely local couple and were joined by another couple from Atlanta. Fast forward to amazing food, a fantastic evening and new friends – Eatwith is something that anyone and everyone should try!
If you haven’t considered Cappadocia as your next holiday destination then my aim with this blog post is to change your mind. Words can’t even describe the beauty of the place and the feelings I have been left with after visiting but I’ll try my best to put as much down as possible.
Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, is often overlooked in favour of more popular central European city destinations such as Prague and Budapest. We were invited to stay in Bratislava for a night by Vienna House hotels and have put together a guide as to why Bratislava should be on your bucket list.
What do you think of when someone mentions Prague? I’d imagine a fair few people would instantly be reminded of groups of drunk 20-something year old men celebrating their last days of freedom before they get hitched, right? Bachelor parties and stag dos filling the streets? I’m here to change your mind and hopefully persuade you that there’s so much more to this city than beer bikes and blokes.
You might be familiar with Switzerland as one of the best locations in Europe for skiing during the winter, but have you ever considered it for a summer visit?
Do you have a layover/free day after work/ short trip planned in Paris? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s my guide to cramming the best sights Paris has to offer into one day.
Cody and I were invited to visit his family in Denver, CO to attend Cody’s cousin’s high school graduation in May. I’ve only visited the US once when I was 16 and my school did an exchange trip with a school in Florida so I was super excited and wanted to see as much as possible while we were there so I planned a short road trip through Utah and Arizona and we took Cody’s mum along for the ride too!
It’s funny how something can happen in your life that completely changes your direction. I’m a firm believer in the idea that everything happens for a reason. My journey has led me down a new, more challenging and less certain route but it’s made me more determined to achieve things that I’ve always dreamed of.
Cody and I spent seven nights in Tenerife back in July. We aren’t the kind of people to just sit around by the hotel pool for the whole week – we wanted to go somewhere where we could explore but be guaranteed good weather and we also wanted to go scuba diving.