I just came back from a 3-day city break in a very wet, cloudy, and cold Madrid. It was a bit annoying but the not-so-ideal weather didn’t take much away from this gorgeous Spanish capital. My highlights were the delicious traditional and modern tapas, the great bars in the Malasaña district, Picasso’s Guernica at the… Continue reading Madrid
What do you do when you’re in Belgium for a couple of days for work? The answer: eat and drink! Belgium is famous for its exceptional chocolate. Some say it is the capital of this indulgent treat. You definitely can’t leave without having it or taking some home with you. Belgian beer is my favourite… Continue reading Two Days In Brussels
What a fabulous, vibrant city. Toronto is now definitely on my list of favourite cities!
During the 5 days I was in Mumbai for a work trip, I managed to try many of the delicious dishes that the country had to offer. The breakfast at the hotel was just amazing, the free lunch at our office was pure homemade goodness, and the restaurants at the hotel that specialised in dishes… Continue reading You Don’t Know Indian Food Until You’ve Had The Real Thing!
Here are some of the beautiful sights in Malaga, Spain during my visit in 2013.
I just keep coming back to this city which is one of my favorites. There’s always something to discover and explore!
Recently I took a quick break to my favourite little Spanish island. I love to travel and explore different places but sometimes I also love to just chill out and shut off the busy world for a bit. I first visited Menorca back in 2015 and instantly fell in love with this charming island. That… Continue reading Menorca 2017
So blessed to be just an hour’s drive away from the beautiful Northumberland countryside. I took advantage of the long weekend to explore and walk along Hadrian’s wall, from Housesteads Roman Fort to Sycamore Gap. Then stayed over in a warm country cottage in Bardon Mill, where everything outside is pitch black at night and… Continue reading Northumberland Countryside
I took the wrong train so I ended up at Monaco. Walked around a little bit, waited ages for the bus, stopped off at Eze station and then waited a loooong time again for the bus, finally arriving 2 hours later than planned. Èze is a small medieval village not far from Nice, known for… Continue reading Eze Village (With An Unplanned Detour In Monaco)
Day 1: Place Garibaldi for a glass (or two) of the local rose, amused by Pierre la fou (who seemed to be a regular guy who goes about his business lounging on the pavement in one of the small streets with bars – forgot to take a photo), a walk along Promenade des Anglais at… Continue reading A Nice Holiday