Karis tests out Bristol for micro gap potential. Why travel abroad for weeks at a time for a gap year when you could get the same experiences in the UK?
As part of the #SummerinBristol celebrations Keri was invited along to an Arnos Vale Cemetery Tour.
Bristol is a great place to visit all year round, but I have to admit that summer in Bristol is something special. There’s a unique vibe over those summer months as the streets really come alive – there are festivals galore, green spaces, rooftop bars and, of course, the beautiful harbour to explore. You’ll see locals soaking up the sun in the city’s parks, while tourists flock to its many attractions. I adore jumping on a train into the city for a bit of people watching from the comfort of an outdoor seat at one of Bristol’s independent cafes or restaurants, enjoying a refreshing drink or delicious meal before hitting…
Having never been to India, my only experience of Indian food so far is at British-style Indian restaurants – so when I was invited to review Sholay Indian Kitchen in Bristol, I was interested to try out their take on Indian street food.
Karis and I recently had afternoon tea at the Ivy Clifton Brasserie in Bristol, to try out their summer special twist, the introduction of the Ivy Nursery Pot.
The Bristol food scene is exploding, its array of restaurants, cafes, popups and food trucks delight the senses. Here are Karis' five favourite places to stop for a treat.
Find out why we think Hotel du Vin's Bistro winter menu might be the best seasonal menu currently available in Bristol - here's our full review