A last minute girls’ trip to the Big Apple in November saw us take in some epic sight-seeing, shop til-we-drop-shopping and many brilliant eateries.
Here are my top-tips for every meal of the day, up and down Manhattan. Continue reading Eating our way around New York!
The Corcovado mountain, Cristo Rendetor (Christ the Redeemer), Sugar Loaf Mountain, Copacabana and Ipanem a beach, Escadaria Selaron (multi-coloured tile stairs) -Rio is full of iconic tourist sites.But what else should visitors see in this buzzing Brazilian city to truly get a feel for it? Continue reading Experiencing Two Sides of Rio De Janeiro
For those lucky enough to be in Rio from Friday – here is a quick run-down of where you might like to go post Olympics, for some more Brazilian flavours. Continue reading Beyond Rio – Seeing More of Brazil
SO. Here I was. My last stop before coming home. Almost five months on the road, my first time travelling (mainly) on my own, and thousands of pounds spent on some pretty amazing bucket list adventures. It was pretty mind-blowing to think how far I had come on that cold January morning in London and now I was finishing in one of the greatest cities in the … Continue reading New York City – The Last Leg
The time when I had a run in both with Homeland Security and a Proud American in Washington D.C.! Continue reading Washington D.C. – Taking on Homeland Security
Is possible to read Philadelphia’s story in the plot of some of the films set in this great city? Philly is gritty, the accent can be grating, and it has been through tough times in recent history. But it has come out fighting, come back strong and has achieved renewal and redemption. Much like Rocky… Continue reading On the Streets of Philadelphia
Excited about its culinary traditions in particular Dom and I did a free walking food tour of the city to learn about how and why there came to be two distinct cuisines in this part of Louisiana; Creole and Cajun. So, what should you try if you are visiting this area of the States? Continue reading 5 Creole and Cajun dishes to eat in New Orleans, Louisiana