It’s been a little over a month since I was in Japan and thought it was about time that I finally uploaded a few posts on Japan and how we did it! We were in Japan for 10 days, spending 7 days in Tokyo and 3 days in Kyoto.Read More
I may be slightly biased as a Manchester resident, but I genuinely think that Manchester is one of the best cities in the UK. Not only does it have everything you could possibly want from entertainment to great food to culture, but the people are fantastic - and that's something that really sets it apart. Having been born here, I'm more than qualified to share my take on some of the more unique things to do in the city - things that aren't typically easy to find on trip-advisor, and things that are all easy to get to, especially if you're staying in the city centre.Read More
Like many countries in South East Asia, Brunei is one of those places that seems to have been developing rather quickly – particularly in the past five years or so. And it seems that every time I visit my family who still lives there, there are brand new and exciting things to do.Read More
Having grown up in South East Asia, I’ve been to quite a few places within a 4-hour flying distance of Malaysia. I’ve been lucky enough to have covered most of Thailand, briefly touched Laos, and been to a few places in Vietnam, but one place we’ve really not seen much of is Indonesia. And you may have noticed from my Instagram (follow me here), that I spent about 10 days in Lombok fairly recently – and it was absolutely stunning.Read More
As a proud Mancunian, I'm very proud of the North. Whether it's engaging in an argument as to where the North/South divide lies, or refusing to call bread rolls anything aside from 'barm cakes', I love the North. And with a combination of a comprehensive tram and train system, it's fairly easy to cover a lot of the North West - so I decided to share some of my favourite places to see!Read More
High Frequency Cafe is another cafe, tucked away just off of Jalan Batu Bersarat. Tucked away in one of the many shop lots, keep your eyes peeled for the baby blue exterior.
And this is probably one of my favourite all-rounder cafes in Brunei as it has it all: good coffee, good cake and a good range of food (did someone say brunch?)Read More