• Eating Out,  food

    Foodie round-up of 2023

    Hope you’re all enjoying the festive season! Whilst I was tucking into the mince pies, I realised that there are quite a lot of places I ate at throughout 2023 that haven’t featured on this blog. Therefore, I thought the end the year was a good opportunity to do a round-up post and give a shout out to all those delightful dishes that I enjoyed. Hopefully, this post will give you a few ideas about places to dine if you’re ever nearby. The Recruiting Sergeant, Horstead, Norfolk So we came across this place because I saw it on Google Maps whilst looking for food. We didn’t know anything about it,…

  • adventures

    Visiting the Ring of Kerry- a guide

    Is driving the Ring of Kerry worth it? Absolutely! The Ring of Kerry is full of quintessential Irish sights- colourful towns, green fields, craggy cliffs, small islands, windswept beaches, low mountains, castle ruins, and ancient stone forts. The Ring of Kerry is 170 kilometers long and encircles the Iveragh Peninsula .It consists of three national roads, namely N70, N71, and N72, creating a circle around the peninsula. There is a basic Ring of Kerry route, known as just the Ring, but you extend it by adding on places such as Valentia Island. In theory, it it should take about 3.5 hours to drive the whole ring, but because we kept…

  • adventures

    Karlstejn Castle- Is it worth visiting?

    Karlstejn Castle, built in 1348 near Prague to house Bohemian Crown Jewels and other treasures, has undergone various renovations and now exhibits a neo-Gothic style. Easily accessible by train and a scenic 30-minute walk through Karlstejn village, the castle offers guided tours with stunning views. Despite some negative reviews, the castle's rich history and architecture make it a highly recommended day trip from Prague.

  • Different Cultures,  food,  Food Whilst Travelling

    Where to eat in Prague (and Dresden)

    Food in Prague is hearty. It is also filling and tasty. I was lucky enough to visit Prague recently for a birthday trip, so was keen to try as much of the local food as possible and discover where best to eat in Prague. The local beverage is Pilsner and it is ridiculously cheap (as is all the beer). My partner loves the stuff so it was his dream. I don’t like beer so I wasn’t so keen. However, there are plenty of other drinks to enjoy. Fancy a few ideas of where to eat in Prague? Here is a round-up of some of my favourite places I ate and…