For someone who doesn’t usually check reviews before finding a quick spot to eat in, I tend to get quite lucky when stumbling upon great places to eat abroad. We initially stopped by La Fenice café when looking for somewhere to sit whilst we waited for our car- but of course couldn’t resist the sweet treats that sat behind glass
If you’re a nature or botanics lover, or just love spending time amongst nature- the Santa Clotilde Botanical Garden in Lloret De Mar, Spain is the place to be. I’ve been to other Botanical Gardens before, but almost all of them were much smaller in comparison to this grand location. Santa Clotilde isn’t just a collection of beautiful plants and
After spending a long day sight-seeing and exploring the Pantheon, (an old Roman temple which is now a stunning church) I was in desperate need of some Italian food, and was willing to eat at literally any restaurant that I came across. However, you may or may not know that even in my hungriest state, I’m still a bit choosy-
Before I even landed in Rome, I already knew I was going to love the city. Scratch that, I was already in love with the city- Italy is home to all the things I love the most; food, fashion and fabulous architecture. But of course, Rome didn’t disappoint and upon my first day in the city and my first bowl
Travelling is a part of life that many people dream of experiencing one day. However, it’s continuously depicted as either something unattainable for anyone in their youth, that requires bucket-loads of money, or something you can only do once you’ve retired and don’t have much else on your to-do list.
Modern sex workers such as escorts, picture sellers and sugar babies are scorned and frowned upon by society for willingly taking part in such activities that ‘diminish a woman’s worth’, and allow her to behave in ways which are ‘unacceptable’ and ‘unladylike’. But why do we ridicule women and not the men who are responsible for funding the industry and sustaining it for centuries?
I was introduced to The Galley, a contemporary restaurant and bar in Upper Street, Islington by a friend, and it’s safe to say that the food and environment was spectacular. Not only was the food amazing, but so was the service and atmosphere of the restaurant. The restaurant itself was quite misleading as I wasn’t left too exited by the
It’s no secret that Greece is one of my favourite holiday destinations. What isn’t there to love? It’s the landscape, nature and food that always draws me back to the mainland and small islands- and visiting Corfu only reaffirmed my love for the warm, picturesque land. I began my trip with a cruise around the Greek isles and a short
Many people do not realise that the term ‘feminism’ is broad- beneath the fighting for equal pay and paid maternity leave, there’s a much darker corner to female oppression that isn’t as frequently addressed. The reason why? It’s because these issues effect the minority groups of women. The women of colour, the women from lower incomes, the women with disabilities and the LGBTQ+ women who aren’t often given the platform to discuss their oppression.