Pub Crawl in East London

The Ten Bells, Spitalfields

Firstly, my husband and I spent the Bank Holiday weekend in London on a Pub Crawl. This is super unusual for us (being in London i mean, not the Pub Crawl…), usually we are heading back to Norfolk and suffering the terrible train journey back on Bank Holiday Monday. We started Saturday off with meeting […]

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Bank Holiday brownies

Bank holiday Brownies recipe

It’s a long weekend guys! Time to celebrate! Now, i’m going to try and not oversell this to you. But these are by far the greatest brownies I have ever had! Gooey, naughty and will keep you up after midnight if you eat them late. The chocolate is pretty intense! Perfect for serving this bank […]

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Spicy Tomato Ragu

Tomato Ragu

This is a rich and versatile tomato sauce that can be served on its own with pasta or it’s perfect with leftover roast meats, homemade meatballs, lentils or just extra vegetables! It’s stupidly easily, super healthy (all that vitamin C, K and B6 just in the tomatoes!) and don’t forget you can add anything that […]

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When in Rome..

Eating out is an integral part to any holiday. When it’s Rome, you kinda have too!   I whisked my now husband away on a surprise long weekend trip to celebrate his birthday. We stayed at the Li Rioni Bed & Breakfast and was a mere stones throw from the Colosseum and soooo easy to […]

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Mini-Mooning in Mykonos

Mykonos Grand Hotel

Sooo… I have been busy of late! After our glorious wedding in Norfolk, where the sun shone and fun, love and laughter was had with friends and family, we packed our bags  and whisked ourselves to the island of Mykonos. One thing you must know about me. I love Greece. I love the people, i […]

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A Proposal in The Galapagos

21st May was like every other day.. Apart from the fact we were on Isabela Island in The Galapagos Islands. We had just arrived at one of the most beautiful hotels i had ever had the pleasure of staying in (more about Iguana Crossing here) and was looking forward to celebrating my birthday week in […]

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The Jugged Hare

The Jugged Hare

Did you ever fancy a bit of the country in the city?  Then welcome to the Jugged Hare! This is a post I have been eager to write for sometime. My fiancé and i first heard of The Jugged Hare during their ‘Goatober’ festival (encouraging the use of Goat meat as a everyday meat on menus) […]

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Iguana Crossing

Iguana Crossing

If you haven’t read about my previous adventures, grab a cuppa and dive into what happened in my first week in the Galapagos. Getting to the Galapagos, Floreana, Isabela & Santa Cruz We left our new friends at the camp and headed by taxi into the centre of town to catch the 2pm water taxi […]

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Galapagos Camping Adventure Santa Cruz

The next morning we made the final water taxi transfer of our tour to Santa Cruz. We headed to the main town of Puerto Ayora, the most populated town of the Galapagos. By this point, it became apparent that everyone was taking the seasickness meds (mostly as a precaution and we were all knocked out […]

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