My first meal in Marrakech (and Morocco for that matter) was at Cafe Mama Afrika and what a treat this was! The food is very good, more African/ Caribbean-styled than Moroccan although there’s a melting pot of influences at work. Love love the vibes here, […]
With only three days in Iceland under my belt, I’m by no means an expert on travel in the cold country! However, I did a little bit of research and picked up a few Iceland tips along the way. Here’s a summary of a couple […]
The busiest day of my week in the Canary Islands was easily the one featuring a tour! Knowing that the Canaries are well spread out, you do end up needing a set of wheels to get the most out of the place. Without that option […]
Hey, its Tsujiri in London. I have had it one time before when it first opened in Melbourne. As a recap Tsujiri is a Japanese dessert chain with a 155 year history, now found all over the world including here in Soho, London. Matcha heavy […]
There aren’t so much dining options when it comes to the morning hours in Marrakech. The locals enjoy light bites (usually bread) in their breakfast regime. So it’s not such a thing to eat out and spend your salary on smashed avo. There’s a few places around like Cafe Des Epices that cater to the tourist crowd who are in need of a hearty start to their day. Since I was CouchSurfing, I needed to head out for my own morning meal in any case.
Often I think back to my time in Copenhagen, and reminisce to myself: that was such a cool city. Everything is clean, semi-industrial, laidback. My final meal of this very hip city was at Madklubben in the equally hip Vesterbro area. It’s an attractive, hygge […]
This post is going to be slightly misleading, so I apologise in advance for this. The Teacup Kitchen is a super cute cake shop, but I went there for dinner. This means I would have had quite a different experience to anyone else who’s given […]
I enjoyed my retreat to the concrete jungle that is Borj Fes. It’s a pretty standard mall-type situation, but that’s not such a standard thing after having spent three days in the medina. It was time for some nice, greasy food to clog the arteries and satisfy a few cravings. I headed into the food court and decided to give the unfamiliar Tacos De Lyon a go. See how I fared.