1. Hawksmoor Go to Hawkmoor they said, they have the best steaks they said - they were not lying. It's kind of tricky to find the appropriate descriptive words so I'll just quote a review What's the steak like? Sublime. World-class. Mouth-wateringly good. Just go here now! We started off with the Cesar salad which… Continue reading Current Favourite London Restaurants
Catching a two-hour Trenitalia train from Milano Garibaldi, Italian cappuccino in one hand, we set off to the charming city of Firenze. I've not done much research about this city before my trip but I knew this city had something and that the movie A Room with a View (which I still have not seen)… Continue reading Day trip to Florence
I almost couldn't contain myself with excitement as the train approached the Venice Santa Lucia station. I'm finally gonna see Venice with my own eyes?! The romantic, quaint, picturesque Venice I've been dreaming of visiting? I got off the train and walked slowly but eagerly to see the city I've always daydreamed of. It's not… Continue reading Day trip to Venice, Italy
Let me jump straight to my first non-introductory post and talk about this colourful compound of villages in north-west Italy. Perhaps you've seen those small pastel houses all cluttered on a coast from a photo on Instagram and dreamed of your next holiday. Well a couple of years ago, I did exactly that. The first time I… Continue reading Cinque Terre, Italy
As I think about how I want to set out this blog, a couple of thoughts come to mind: how can I be different and how can I make this blog not seem like it's going to be just another one. I'm not the most unique human being out there - in fact, I am a pretty average twenty-something. So I decided instead of trying so hard to be different, I will just do me. I will approach this blog without trying too hard and without trying to be something that I'm not. It might not be the most unique blog, the wittiest, and it definitely won't have the most promising content - but it will be mine. It's gonna be my way, and if you find that you like it, well, keep reading. . .