Last May, Patrick and I took a trip to Kenya – we were there primarily to sort out some family stuff but we managed to sneak off to the Masai Mara for a couple of days to go on safari. It was absolutely amazing to see the wildlife in their natural habitat – we saw elephants, giraffes, zebras, hippos, lions and so much more. I tried to play it cool whenever I saw anything, but generally failed – especially whenever we came across any giraffes… We were there in May, which is generally the off-season, so the roads of the Masai Mara National Park were quieter than usual. Although it…
Emma's review of The Absalon – a family-owned boutique hotel right in the heart of Copenhagen.
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.
Our experience of a Tuscan food masterclass left our mouths watering and our bellies very full! Discover the amazing tastes of Tuscany – delicious but simple enough to make at home
Gaaah – I don’t about where you are, but here in the south west it’s been so flipping grey this January. We’ve been lucky to escape pretty much all of the snow but the trade off has been solid cloud and rain for what feels like forever. Every now and again the sun pokes its head through the clouds but it’s gone far too quickly and we’re back to the gloom. So, desparate for a bit of winter sun, when Clickstay contacted us to see if we’d be interested in putting together a wishlist of sunny escapes, I was only too happy to oblige. 1. Málaga According to the weather…
A December visit to Copenhagen, when the city is in full-on festive mode, is the perfect time to go as there's fantastic decorations all over the city
Some of the festive highlights in Bristol for Christmas 2017.