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A Weekend In The Dolomites

A Weekend In The Dolomites

  September was my first visit to Treviso, the hometown of my boyfriend, Enrico. It’s a lovely part of the world; 30 minutes from Venice and a few hours drive from the stunning Dolomites. While we were there, we spent a weekend in the Dolomites,  hiking the mountains, exploring the gorgeous lakes, and breathing in…

Hotel TerraVina, The New Forest – Review

Hotel TerraVina, The New Forest – Review

Shortly before I left for Australia, I headed to the New Forest for a night at Hotel TerraVina with one of my good friends, Laura. The New Forest is one of my favourite areas in the UK. I love the wild horses, the beautiful scenery and the quaint old pubs, so I was excited to be…

The Perfect Northern Ireland Road Trip – Route, Stops & Food!

The Perfect Northern Ireland Road Trip – Route, Stops & Food!

I visited Northern Ireland in 2016 for the first time, spending a weekend in Belfast. I had a great time and decided I’d like to see more of the country. So I booked another flight to this lovely country. Second time around I took a Northern Ireland road trip and explored the other cities and towns,…

Royal China Fulham, London – Review

Royal China Fulham, London – Review

I’m a massive fan of dim sum, so when I got the opportunity to visit Royal China and try out their new dim sum menu, I leapt at the chance. I often used to walk past the Baker Street branch, jealously checking out the people inside but I’ve never actually been in myself. So I…

The Mary Rose Museum in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

The Mary Rose Museum in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

Last month I headed back to the South Coast of England, where I grew up. It was a friends wedding in Portsmouth and I decided to take advantage of being on the coast and do a little sightseeing on my home turf. When I was a child we often visited the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard in the…

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France – A Complete Guide

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France – A Complete Guide

As a wine lover (but by no means an expert!), I was very excited to be visiting Châteauneuf-du-Pape. I knew of the wine, but before organising the trip, I didn’t realise that Châteauneuf-du-Pape is also a village, as well as a wine producing region (which is made up of seven villages).     The village…

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