Category Archives: Travel

Lisbon travel guide

Lisbon is inching steadily up on my list of favorite cities in Europe. Its informal but trendy, a bit run down butRead more »

Super, Pretty, Funny n°54

Sometimes in life, you come across a scene that makes you stop in your tracks and take a picture. I found myself doingRead more »

Emma hates orange juice

Random name for a post, eh? It is but one of the interesting facts we learned last night as we sat in Searcy’sRead more »

Things I would never do again

I am one of those people who likes to think they don’t complain but who actually does all the time. SoRead more »

The Old Royal Naval College

Arriving in Royal Greenwich feels a little bit like a mini-break. Part quaint village, part vestige of a strongRead more »

Longleat in Black & White

2.5 hours west of London, a famous English site is suffering from something of an identity crisis. But that might alsoRead more »

A guide to Venice

If I had to give you one recommendation about Venice, it would be not to judge it too quickly. Especially ifRead more »

10 reasons to visit Venice

I know what you are thinking. I don’t need any reasons, Jessica, because its Venice. But you do. You still do.Read more »

A surprise birthday in Venice

Some secrets are really hard to keep. And some are beyond worth it. 5 months ago, my Dad wrote my brother and IRead more »

Kingston Lacy

Kingston Lacy – besides having a name fit for a soap opera – feels important. Found in deepest Dorset,Read more »

St Ives, Cornwall

St Ives feels likes the town you would you find if you drove for ages and ages and – just before youRead more »

Paris vs London

Rewind three years and you’d find me walking into Hana – a Korean restaurant on Place St Boniface inRead more »

Chiswick House Camellia Festival

One needs to be committed when venturing down Richmond way on a Sunday when the Jubilee line, District line,Read more »

St Michael’s Mount

I apologise, England, I called spring too early on Sunday and now we’re back to freezing temps. Nonetheless, IRead more »