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Mlynec Restaurant – Czech fine dining in Prague

Mlynec restaurant in Prague was just what I needed to end off a wonderful six days in the city of a thousand spires. Having researched rather extensively pre-trip, I chose Mlynec as I really wanted to try something modern, innovative and representative of the new wave of Czech fine dining. All the while I was […]

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What You Shouldn’t Waste Time with in Vienna

Everyone always talks about what there is to do in Vienna, but sometimes, it would be great if someone could cut the bullshit and tell me what to not waste my time on. There aren’t that many in Vienna, thankfully, but still, here are my top What Not to Do in Vienna tips. P.s. They […]

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Must-know Top Tips for Visiting Vienna

So, you’ve decided on Vienna for your next vacation. And have done countless amounts of research on where to go and what to do. Well, I’ve just returned from 2 weeks in Vienna, spent a wonderful year-end of 2018 there, and have gathered some cool tips for you to check out. It includes my top […]

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Ode to innovative French in Tokyo

Ode to modernity, ode to creativity, ode to fabulous food. That’s how I would sum up Ode restaurant in Tokyo. Located in the lovely residential neighbourhood of Hiroo, which has more than its fair share of cool cafes and shops, it was a pleasant stroll around the area before settling down to lunch at Ode. […]

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Shirosaka – Gem of a fine dining find in Tokyo

Shirosaka was recommended to me by a local, one who knows how much I appreciate fine dining with a healthy dose of friendly charm thrown in. I also wanted to try a place that might not be as well-known and is relatively new. And boy, did he make a good recommendation with Shirosaka! In fact, […]

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Alila Seminyak Bali – I want to return now!

So, I disappeared for a few days into the warm arms of Alila Seminyak, where thoughts of lazy days spent doing nothing but revising my French was the grand plan, but…. well, that didn’t quite happen. French, shmench! When the warmth of the sun caresses your face, when the cool sea breeze tingles your skin, […]

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Norway – The Streets are Talking

Street art, murals, graffiti – whatever you wish to call them, they represent society’s thoughts – often as political satire or just plain creative expression. I was pleasantly surprised to see the walls of Norway bedecked with colourful, intense and quirky artwork, especially in the streets of Stavanger. Read any travel guide about Stavanger and […]

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The Magical Lofoten Islands, Norway

Once upon a time, I took a plane and a boat to a far off land in the Arctic. It’s a magical place of red fishermen’s cabins on stilts surrounded by mountain ranges with jagged shark teeth edges. Sights and smells of dead cod fish hung out to dry compete with rows of the prettiest […]

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Travelling Solo…top tips and apps for an awesome trip!

I started travelling solo when I was in my early 20s. Back then, most of us had just started working, so finding a friend who had the time and the money to travel at the same time as you was akin to asking the stars to align at your discretion. My first solo trip to […]