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A Foodies’ Guide to Hong Kong

A Foodies’ Guide to Hong Kong

I was talking to a colleague at work the other day about our travels. When I told him I’m not a big fan of burn-your-tongue-off over the top spicy food, he raised his eyebrows in surprise and said “Oh, that’s strange because most Chinese food […]

Rome – without Colloseum and the Pope

Rome – without Colloseum and the Pope

Last weekend we went to Rome again, for the second time. And more importantly, we had the chance to travel without Ashleigh, for the first time since he’s born. To be honest if I had a choice I’d have taken him, but our sponsor only […]

My first all inclusive beach holiday in Algarve

My first all inclusive beach holiday in Algarve

I was always sceptical about all inclusive holidays… of people sitting round the pool stuffing their faces with sausages, drinking booze all day and be drunk at 10 in the morning… it just puts me off. I get bored easily, I can’t sit at the […]

Northampton

Northampton

I have a mixed feeling about Northampton, it’s now my home, since me and my dear husband live and work here. And on a sunny day, I do quite like it here. However, I never considered myself a Northamptonian(?), mainly due to the sheer dullness […]