Staying Safe As a Woman In The 21st …

Staying Safe As a Woman In The 21st Century

Very recently a woman went missing in a fairly central London area. She was walking home after dark on her own, and sadly she never made it. My heart absolutely breaks for her family. Staying safe as a woman in the 21st century is no easy feat, especially compared to the indifference that men have. As a staunch feminist and a solo travel lover, it very much brought to mind all the things that I… View Post

Quirky Hotels in London | Hazlitt’s in Soho

Quirky Hotels in London | Hazlitt’s in Soho

Of all the quirky hotels in London, I have to admit that the reason that Hazlitt’s – a boutique Georgian hotel in the heart of Soho -caught my eye because of one of the permanent inhabitants. One with four paws and a tail… Note: Please excuse the ‘snap’ quality of these images – I’d left my camera at home as we were having a relaxing staycation, but couldn’t get over just how lovely the hotel… View Post

Adam Handling | Gourmet Restaurant Kits

Adam Handling | Gourmet Restaurant Kits

Something we’ve started to indulge in are the restaurant kits that are being developed – and we started with Adam Handling’s HAME offering. We fancied the roast chicken lunch the most so popped an order in. Adam and his team put their heads together and created ‘Hame’ – the Scottish word for home – to offer a taste of their restaurant experience from the comfort of your own house.

Frog by Adam Handling | Restaurant Review

Frog by Adam Handling | Restaurant Review

There is nothing sweeter than a leisurely weekday lunch – it’s one of the joys of running my own business. It’s even more delicious on a Monday with friends – a state of enjoyment which led neatly to this Frog by Adam Handling restaurant review. Before I begin, just let me utter the words Chicken Butter. Mmmmmmm. This wasn’t our first visit to the Frog, but the first that I wasn’t so distracted by the… View Post

Peter Pan Afternoon Tea Aqua Shard

Peter Pan Afternoon Tea Aqua Shard

The Peter Pan Afternoon Tea at Aqua Shard – in partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital – has more than just a pinch of fairy dust – it’s straight up magic. [Disclosure: I was a guest of Aqua Shard but all fae references, play sword fights (with silver teaspoons obvs) and repeat visits are very much my own.] “Their chief food was roasted bread-fruit, yams, coconuts, baked pig, mam- mee-apples, tappa rolls and bananas, washed down… View Post