After coming back from England, I wanted to dedicate an article just to British food. And that’s because I think it still has a bad reputation that is not accurate anymore. There might have been a time when the British cuisine meant fish and chips, Sheppard’s pie or breakfast made up of sausage and beans. But that’s not the case anymore.
Whenever I’m visiting another country I love to emerge in the local culture. I find there’s no better way of doing that than indulging in the local cuisine. Ok and probably visiting museums and stuff… but I love food so for me, that’s one of the priorities. Thassos was no exception. Greek food is so good! And that’s why I’ll take you on a gastronomical tour of the island.
I had been planning a Malta getaway forever, it finally happened this year in July. My go-to advice: visit during the winter and don’t forget your phone charger!
Malta is a 316 sq km Instagram perfect archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. It lies south of the island of Sicily, Italy, and has close ties with the United Kingdom, the French and, of course, Italy. It’s a must see for those who love beaches and clear blue waters, but also those who enjoy digging up history tidbits. But let’s start the trip at the airport.
Christmas is my favorite holiday! It’s also my boyfriend’s birthday and the time of the year when we split our time between his family and mine.
This year has been filled with both wonderful events and challenges, so I thought it would be the perfect time for a change and a little surprise. That’s how I decided that for a Christmas/ birthday present I would get tickets to visit my brother in Amsterdam. I’ve never been to Amsterdam before, so it was all new for both of us and although our main goal was spending time with my brother and sister in law, I admit I was a bit thrilled we had a couple of days to explore the city on our own.