Earlier this month Paul and I were fortunate enough to have a complimentary taster session in one of Colombo’s culinary gems, Kaema Sutra. I liased with Shalini – the restaurant’s Senior Public Relations Manager – and before I go into any further details about this revolutionary restaurant and the genius behind it, I must say … More Kaema Sutra (Colombo, Sri Lanka)
Booking.com I spent the last few days in Edinburgh before Paul and I both go back to uni this month. Although I’ve visited Edinburgh many times on day trips, this was my first time staying over in the capital. If you’d like to read my full review of our accommodation, you can read it here.
I can’t help but feel that lines are often blurred when it comes to how much people assume it costs to travel. I’ve had friends, family and strangers collectively ask me how I have afforded to leave home for two months at a time, and the answer is always the same: I save so (SO) … More Amalfi Coast on a Budget
Since I’ve spent most of this summer at home, I’ve decided to combine my love for travel, art and my native Glasgow to create a travel guide for my native city entitled ‘An Art Lover’s Guide to Glasgow’. It will focus on the architecture, street art, many religious buildings and museums across the breadth of … More My First eBook
Read all of my reviews on my new site, www.glasgowfoodguide.com This time last week Paul and I tried about the much raved about Paesano Pizza in Glasgow’s city centre. I have to say I’m especially grateful for this opportunity as I know how popular the restaurant is, and so them finding time to squeeze me … More Paesano Pizza (Glasgow, Scotland)
Read all of my reviews on my new site, www.glasgowfoodguide.com This past Thursday Paul and I had a complimentary dinner at one of the best fine dining restaurants in the whole of Glasgow. Gamba, located on West George Street, has been a seafood staple for almost 20 years. Their dedication to providing not only quality … More Gamba (Glasgow, Scotland)
Read all of my reviews on my new site, www.glasgowfoodguide.com Last night I was lucky enough to collaborate with Chaakoo Bombay Cafe by having a taster session of their menu with my mum. Located on St Vincent Street in Glasgow’s city centre and first opened last October, this fresh take on an Indian restaurant has … More Chaakoo Bombay Cafe (Glasgow, Scotland)