Canal du Midi by Bike

This May, I found myself with a few days to kill in between my Hen Do in Toulouse and a wedding I was invited to in Montpellier. Wanting to make the most of my newfound freedom, I decided to rent a bike and cycle along the Canal du Midi from Toulouse to Beziers, where Leo... Continue Reading →

Ibiza off the beaten path

We’ve made it. The flight is taking off, and we’re both in it. An achievement, considering we were still at home two hours before take-off, and had a 1h45 car ride to get to Stansted Airport. But Leo’s driving “skills”, and a bit of Ryanair delay allowed us to still make it on time to... Continue Reading →

Windsor Cycling Loop

This Sunday, Leo and I decided to brave the cold and go explore a new part of West London he wasn’t familiar with. We followed a cycling route uploaded on the OS Maps app that took us from Windsor all the way to Ascot following cycle paths in Great Windsor Park. After that, we headed... Continue Reading →

Ugandan roadtrip

Leo and I have been discussing plans for our honeymoon next year, and considering countries such as Mozambique or Zimbabwe. On such a gloomy winter day as this, I couldn’t help myself but reminisce on our April 2016 camping roadtrip to Uganda. At the time, we had wanted to go to Kenya, but due to... Continue Reading →

A stroll in Beirut

Last December, I went back to Beirut for the holiday season and had the chance to walk around the streets of the capital with the talented architect and product designer Miziana Boustany. Upon my request, she took me on an alternative tour of the well-known neighbourhoods of Gemazye and Mar Mikhael, pointing out the hidden... Continue Reading →

Prosecco at the Top

Early this December, a friend was visiting from the US, and we decided to all rent a cottage in southern Snowdonia for the weekend. We wanted to show him the best of british life: cozy cottages, quaint villages, and constant rain. The cottage we found on HomeAway.com was incredibly cute. It was totally isolated, and... Continue Reading →

City escape – Budapest

This november, Leo and I booked an impromptu weekend to Budapest, a city we both wanted to visit. It was our first city break together - yes, I know, but what can I say, we usually tend to head to the beach or the mountains - but we definitely made the most of it. We... Continue Reading →

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