Early on a Sunday afternoon, Covent Garden is bustling, and with Shake Shack slap bang in the middle, the queue is long.
Due to the Waterloo-based restaurant’s success, Cubana opened its second branch in London earlier this year.
Jackdaw is about 10 minutes’ walk from Clapton train station in east London. When the name “Hackney” is mentioned to people images of burning buses, during the 2011 London riots, will most likely fill their minds . Luckily the area is slowly being gentrified and Jackdaw happened to be a hidden gem.
A stone’s throw away from Leicester Square and located in W London, you’ll find Spice Market.
The Only Running Footman is a traditional pub with a twist in Mayfair. Whether you’d like to enjoy a hearty English breakfast in the morning or a fine dining experience at night, the establishment is open every day of the year.
A few months ago, just before school holidays, I took my son to London to spend some quality time together on the day. In the morning we dawdled around the South Bank and then went on a London Duck Tour. To end our outing on a high note we visited Shake Shack to have his […]
The Forge, based in Camden, is a not-for-profit organisation that opened its doors in 2009. It hosts a variety of different artists and music from all across the world that would appeal to music lovers.
When we visited Budva, we stayed at Hotel Splendid, which mostly lived up to its name.
Following up from the previous post, where Dukley City Lounge was reviewed, let’s talk about misconceptions. There are plenty of them all around the world. Let’s do a quick geography quiz.
Growing up in South Africa was a strange experience in some senses. Surrounded by sea from three sides and having four neighbouring third world countries next door, South Africa might as well be a far flung country.