As you may have followed from my recent Instagram posts – Edinburgh has been my recent trips from home in the last few weeks. Despite the chillier and damper climate, Edinburgh is my favourite UK city and will be yours too if you consider drinking from brunch time an acceptable occurrence.
It’s officially Canada Day here in the UK and they’re celebrating a happy 150 years! To celebrate, here are my Toronto favourites from my siblings’ holiday to the friendliest country on Earth earlier this year.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to take a true holiday rather than just a work trip so my recent week in Toronto with my brother and sister has been a true adventure. Besides the usual touristing at Casa Loma, Kensington Market and partying it up on Queen Street we wanted to do something “real Canadians do” which leads me to recreational axe throwing…read on to find out more on how we got on and how to get involved!
If you’re limited on time but want to see the best that Stockholm has to offer, the Vasa Museum is a great place to start and can be done in as little as an hour!
Stockholm, the Swedish Capital is basically a collection of islands on the Baltic Sea which essentially means a constant flow of one of my favourite types of cuisine – SEAFOOD! Read on for my highlights and favourite eateries to gorge on fish and more at every price point.
Flat and with some kind of architectural wonder on every street corner, Vienna is a city made for strolling.
Wander freely or join one of the city’s many walking tours – just make sure you get out and enjoy the city outdoors now that Summer is coming!
You won’t exactly go hungry in a foodie heaven like Bangkok but for a secret glimpse of the city’s maze of motor vehicle-inaccessible back streets complete with regular pit stops to eat, eat and eat again, head on over to Grasshopper Adventures for a cycling tour.
There’s no shortage of culture in Glasgow, but Kelvingrove Gallery and Museum have made it into my list of favourites.