It might not have the clout of places like California or New York but there are some pretty amazing and some of the best places in New Mexico that you really should visit whilst visiting this area of the USA. Now, New Mexico is one of those states that I personally feel is undervalued by … Continue Reading

Whistler, a few hours north of Vancouver, has become a pretty popular spot to visit in British Columbia…. and not just for the skiing. There are some many incredible and best things to do in Whistler that’s it’s actually hard to miss this gorgeous town. On our most recent trip to Vancouver, where we ate our … Continue Reading

Day two in Vancouver! Technically, it’s day 3 but jet lag got the best of the very first day so Day 2 it is. Like I said, before, breakfast at the Shangri La Hotel in Vancouver is something of an event. It’s not something you rush – there’s no buffet – everything is made to … Continue Reading

Vancouver is a delicious city, and I say that literally! There are so many mouth-watering places to eat, so many places to explore and a shed load of the best bakeries in Vancouver to chow-down at.  Now, there’s one thing that I always pride myself on and that’s knowing my puddings, pastries and pain au chocolat! … Continue Reading

Vancouver is one of my favourites and easily one of the best places in Canada to visit. What makes it even more amazing is the huge array of delicious food and best restaurants In Vancouver, that are dotted all across the city.  From authentic Italian, French-inspired and some yummy Canadian classics, there’s always some amazing … Continue Reading

Canada is an incredible country to explore. From cities like Toronto and Edmonton to gorgeous spots such as Jasper and the rest of Alberta. Canada is as diverse as a country could possibly be, with the best places in British Columbia being some stunning spots you can’t miss.  I have a deep and probably overly … Continue Reading

After our brilliant morning cycling through Vancouver, we made our way over to Nightingale for lunch. Nightingale is one of the most recommended places by locals (pretty much everyone we asked or told kept telling us how good it was) and so we arrived with rather lofty expectations (and a growing rumble in our tummies). … Continue Reading

We arrived into Vancouver in the tiredest, sleepiest, jetlag-iest haze ever! (*Some of those may not be real words but you get my drift… 🙂 ) Here’s why – we started out journey almost 48 hours before in Nepal where we flew from Kathmandu to Abu Dhabi. We stayed in Abu Dhabi for a few … Continue Reading

The first thing you’ll notice is how huge it is, it seems to stretch as far as the eye can see, with limitless possibilities of places to explore. Thankfully, this usually means there are lots of free things to do in Los Angeles. The city itself almost feels like a cluster of smaller cities that … Continue Reading

You might have guessed by now that I have a deep and very real love for everything Canadian. It’s beautiful countryside, literally the friendliest people, piles of bacon and one massive space to explore. With, let’s be honest, a heap of the best things to do in Nova Scotia, too. Now, perched on the Atlantic … Continue Reading

It safe to say that most of us these days have cottoned on to the fact that travel doesn’t need to be expensive. That being said, we all know that expensive or cheap’ is such a relative term. Though, there are some cities to visit in the USA that aren’t quite as expensive as others.  … Continue Reading

Boston is not only one of the most historical cities in the United States, but it’s also one of the best places to visit when exploring the northeast states, too. This is exactly why I wanted to share some of the best places to see in Boston when you visit.  Now, while New York might … Continue Reading

Montreal is pretty much the epitome of French Canada and a city you shouldn’t miss whilst in Quebec. It is after all the largest city in French-speaking Quebec province in Canada and the second largest in all of Canada. As it’s pretty big, there’s a shed load of amazing and best things to do in … Continue Reading

The next day in Edmonton was a truly lazy one and one that comes off the back of a night out in the city. It started with a late breakfast at the hotel (random aside – the Metterra Hotel also has happy hour, before a leisurely stroll through the farmers market in Old Strathcona (partly … Continue Reading