Pula has stunning beaches and the town centre not only has a Roman amphitheatre, but it has an amazing fresh food market where you can buy super fresh seafood, meats and fruit and veg if you feel like doing a cook … Continue reading
Dubro Jutro! (Good day!)
I am back from a beautiful, magical, chilled to the max week in the beautiful Istria, known to many as the pearl of Croatia. Most people flock to the Dalmatian islands of Hvar, and coastal towns of Dubrovink and Split, but Istria on the north of Croatia and bordering Italy, is the go to holiday destination for Croats. The water is even clearer, the food is even better (as it shares much of the history of Italian neighbour) and the best thing is that it’s not filled with tourists so I could easily find a nice little sun spot!
Having only a week and wanting to really relax, I picked two beautiful very different to towns, Rovinj (known also as Rovigno) and Pula (the main town of the area).
Strangely most people speak not only Croatian fluently, but also Italian, and some even German and French!
This week I’ll share my favourite snaps!
Greece is high on everyone’s topic of conversation these days. The economic turmoil going is having its affect on the rest of Europe and the world economy. Greek fashion is also getting a bit of attention these days with the … Continue reading
So a few weeks ago I posted about Ceviche, a fantastic Peruvian restaurant with delicious cocktails in Soho. Not too far away in Fitzrovia another Peruvian wanted to join the invasion party, and ramped up the party levels. It was … Continue reading
A gem of a market in my favourite Paris area, the Marais, is Le Marché des Enfants Rouges (The Market of the Red Children). The market has the most wonderful little food stalls, one the favourites has to be the Traiteur Morocan, with … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to be treated on Saturday night to a magical evening by CocoRosie as part of Antony Hegarty’s Meltdown Festival at the London Royal Festival Hall. Two amazingly talented sisters with completely different sounds, Sierra (Coco) has … Continue reading
This year there has been a (very welcome) invasion by the Peruvian food movement in London. The first time I had ceviche was on a little “stopover” in Tahiti. I am a lover of raw fish, so the combination with … Continue reading