Brunching seems to inadvertently become my new weekend hobby habit…. I lived in Australia back in 2009 and loved how well avocados were put to use, avo & poached eggs on sourdough was a firm favourite, or simply just avo as a spread in sandwiches.  I came back to London and never forget asking for avocado […]

Tibet is still very much controlled by the Chinese government and there are many things that the traveller should be aware of.  Don’t let these put you off though, the Tibetan people are friendly and welcoming and the country is a sight to be seen.  Just having the opportunity to visit the country and travel to […]

Last Seen in Lhasa – Claire Scobie Seven Years in Tibet – Heinrich Harrer The Hotel on the Roof of the World – Alec Le Sueur  

An Evening with Levison Wood was held at the Royal Geographical Society last night and I was lucky enough to bag myself a ticket before if sold out…..  Levison was talking about his experiences Walking the Nile and Walking the Himalayas.  If you haven’t seen either of the programmes I thoroughly recommend them and think you can still […]

STAY: Hotel Palace Sevilla EAT & DRINK: Bar Alfalfa and anywhere with 5 EUR beer buckets! SEE: Plaza de España, Ave Maria, Metropol Parasol, Seville Cathedral, Christopher Columbus Tomb

EAT DRINK SHOP

I was a teenager when Sarajevo was under siege.  The internet wasn’t part of our daily life then and we relied on one of the five TV channels we had to feed back the world news to us or one of the tabloid papers.  I remember knowing there were terrible things happening in Bosnia but I think […]