Sundays :: Lazy brunches, people watching & good company.
One of my favourite parts of London is the South Bank. Whether I’m visiting the same place over and over again, I can always take away something new. The last time was no different because: Look mum no hands!
‘Ana, do you want to come to a Tech Convention?’
Slightly different for me, I’ll admit.
What language are you speaking Ana?!
I’m glad you asked that one. The language of FOOD.
It’s brunch o’clock at the beautiful Renaissance Hotel. Continue reading
Rape is not a women’s issue or a humanitarian issue.
It is a global issue.
It’s been a year since I first went to Sushi Samba but let’s just say my head might still be in the clouds…
and with a view like this, can you blame me!?
My 2007 trip to Mejico (has it really been that long?!) can be summed up with a few words
1. MOLE! And no, not the animal.
2. Frijoles refritos!
Have a blessed day & #HappyMay💛
Ana | The Asian Destination
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Everyone loves a good old Bank Holiday Weekend, right? Especially when it means you get to travel…without jumping on an aeroplane!
About 5 years ago, I had no idea what macaroons were. True story.
Central London is the hub of musical theatre, comedy clubs and music events. A thrifty tourist’s dream is to find a great pre-theatre meal or evening out without the sometimes extortionate price tag.