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Exploring Ancient Rome within The Roman Baths

Exploring The Roman Baths- The Great Bath

No sooner was it New Year than I found myself in the middle of Glasgow Airport ready to fly down to Bristol on another extended work trip. This time? Staying in Bath for a week and commuting to Corsham daily. This has been my second trip to the area and I keep kicking myself that I don’t try and squeeze in some time to explore the city in all its glory.

Luckily, I was able to finish up work early one day, head to my favourite coffee shop, Colonna & Small’s to pick up more Nespresso® capsules and a much needed Flat White before heading to The Roman Baths, the one place I’ve been dying to visit. 

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Majorelle Gardens- Studio Majorelle Blue

Magical Marrakech: Majorelle Garden

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Atlas Mountains - Marrakech- Winding Path

Escape to the Atlas Mountains

At just over an hour away from the hustle and bustle of Marrakech, The Atlas Mountains transport you into another world with breathtaking views, tranquil surroundings and the undeniably friendly Berber hospitality.  At the tail end of last year, I…

Maître Choux- Eclairs
Food and Drink Travel

Maître Choux, South Kensington, London

I first heard about Maître Choux on Twitter after one of my followers retweeted an article about the newly opened shop. The pictures of their eclairs, choux and chouquettes sold the deal for me. I was definitely going to make the…

Noura Belgravia- Mixed Grill
Food and Drink Food Reviews Travel

Noura Belgravia, London

Growing up in the Middle East exposed me to Lebanese and Gulf Arabic food. I instantly fell in love with dishes such as falafel, tabouli, kebbeh, shawarma, fatayer and machboos laham to name a few. When I moved back to…

Life Travel

72 hours in London

Sometimes, all you really need is a little break away from the reality of your daily life. Ross & I did just that by recently spending 72 hours in London. We both went to London last summer and spent 3 great…