How to be a Vegetarian in China

Would Be Traveller-How to be a vegetarian in China

Being a vegetarian in China is hard. I can say that from experience. Meat forms a huge part of the Chinese diet and, according to reports, China consumes more meat than any other country. What’s a vegetarian in China to do?! Well, by following my tips on what to look out for, where to eat and[…]

48 hours in Istanbul: Where to eat, sleep and go

Travel Photography Tips

Turkey’s biggest city has got a lot going for it. Stunning architecture, friendly faces and more than enough to keep you going for a long weekend. Let me share my advice on how to spend 48 hours in Istanbul. After a quick three and a half hour hop over Europe from London, I arrived in Istanbul[…]

Where to eat in Vienna as a vegetarian

Where to eat in Vienna as a vegetarian: Purstner

Vienna is a meat lover’s paradise. After all, the city is known for the bratwurst (a giant sausage) and the Wiener schnitzel (a fried piece of hammered out veal). Now to me, they just don’t seem all that appetising. I honestly thought I would struggle uncovering where to eat in Vienna as a vegetarian, but[…]

How to avoid Delhi Belly

How to avoid Delhi Belly

Having just returned from a trip to India, the question I’ve been asked most isn’t “did you see a tiger?” or “what was the weather like?” No, it’s actually “did you get sick?!” Well dear readers, no I didn’t. An upset tummy – affectionately termed ‘Delhi Belly’ – is a very real danger in India.[…]

Where to eat in Marrakech

Where to eat in Marrakech: La Maison Arabe

Marrakech, much like the rest of Morocco, is a bit of a foodie heaven. There’s something and some where to eat in Marrakech for everyone, from traditional food stalls, romantic dinners for two or palatial feasts punctuated with the flick of a belly dancer’s hip. Yet, with so much on offer, it can be hellishly[…]

Around the World… in Cocktails!

Around the World... in Cocktails!

For my birthday this year I’ve decided to celebrate in the best way possible. On a round the world trip! But this isn’t just any kind of round the world trip. I’m doing it all from the comfort of my home in the company of my friends. The world is coming to us… via cocktails![…]

Guest blog: My 5 Best Beers

Chang beer Wat Arun

Today we have a guest blog from would be traveller husband, Tim. Tim can often be found in a foreign country, beer in hand. Here are his top five beers from around the world, best served ice cold in their country of origin. ~~~ I was once asked for my 5 favourite beers, and I[…]

Is this the best brunch in London?

A bottomless brunch seems like a really good idea. It’s a foodie trend growing across London with hundreds of restaurants now offering unlimited brunch foods and drink. Some even give you unlimited boozy drinks if you pay a little extra. This morning I tried the Made Bar and Kitchen‘s version in Chalk Farm. For £14[…]

24 hours of Bristol foodie heaven

I love food. I also love ordering the weirdest sounding thing on the menu. That’s why I was in my element when our friends Kel and Lou invited us to for a weekend of eating and drinking in Bristol. I’m still new to the Instagram way of life, so I keep forgetting to take photos[…]

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