REVIEW: Dirty Bones, Kingly Court, Soho

It was a dark and somewhat chilly Autumnal evening when my nose led Rich and I to Dirty Bones. It was all by complete accident but what an extremely happy accident it turned out to be! I didn’t end up taking any photos as I was off blogger duty for the evening but it was too yummy not to come here to write about… so I’ve lifted the images throughout this blog post from Dirty Bones’ Facebook page so thatRead more

My Very Hungry Guide To Kings Cross

Growing up in Barnet always found my usual jaunts to be the likes of Camden, Leicester Square, Covent Garden etc. Kings Cross was always just a tube station that I’d see on the map, and never held any reason for me to go and spend any real time there. Fast forward to the last couple of years, and its actually become a real regular for me. Living in Welwyn Garden City, meeting up with my friends is usually here asRead more

Chai Thali: A Taste Of Indian Street Food

DID you know that there are more Indian restaurants in London than there is in Mumbai?! So it comes as no surprise that finding your favourite Indian restaurant in London can feel like an absolute chore. Yes, Brick Lane is supposed to be the place to go, and don’t get me wrong, I’ve never had a bad experience in Brick Lane but nothing has ever stuck out to me as the absolute best Indian I’ve ever had either. So whenRead more

10 Reasons Sharm El Sheikh Needs To Remain On Your Bucket List

I just finished reading an article on the Telegraph website by some twat named Allison Pearson, who frankly shouldn’t be trusted alone with a keyboard. To summarise her ramblings of shite… DEATH BE ON ALL YE WHO VISIT SHARM EL SHEIKH. Shut up Allison. The end of last year found me in Sharm El Sheikh with two of my lovely friends having the best damn week of my life. While I realise that it is not the safest place toRead more

17 Reasons You Should Go To Italy Right This Second

1. It’s probably written in Italian Law somewhere that you need to put down the diet and pick up the carbs. 2. There’s a region called Abruzzo that is so gorgeous and untouched by tourists that I could throw up from happiness. 3. Italian’s areĀ one of the friendliest bunch in the whole wide world… 4. You can go to the Colosseum and shout ‘are you not entertained?!’ at the top of your lungs. 5. The sunset’s are just perfect! 6.Read more

Barcelona: The City Of Dreams..

I first visited Barcelona back in 2013 over Easter break, where although I liked it, I didn’t find myself completely blown away by the City. This time round however I found myself longing to stay. When you’re planning your trip to Barcelona, no amount of time will be enough as there is so much to see and do, so just spring for as long as you can. The sights… Parc de la Ciutadella I’ve always been privy to a goodRead more

Budapest: The City Where Anything Is Possible…

There is something special about Budapest; you can feel it from the moment you arrive in the city. There isn’t anything in particular that stands out as the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen and the reason why Budapest is so special but you can just feel it all around you. Having a drunken conversation with a lovely Scottish girl from my Hostel on one of the nights we both agreed that the vibe of the city was unlike anyRead more

Prague: The Most Beautiful City There Ever Was…

Praha, the most majestic City I’ve ever seen is famous worldwide for its cobbled streets, Jewish quarter, cheap beer & endless beautiful things to go and see. If I received a Czech Koruna for every time a tourist lost their shit over how beautiful something is then I would happily be eating an unlimited supply of goulash accompanied with a beer or two for the rest of my life. The few days that I spent in Prague were absolutely magical.Read more