This post was written by Hanna Johnson. There are many things I like discovering when visiting a new country, and one of these is traditions. In Sicily, I was struck by the celebrations of Santa Rosalia, the main patron of Palermo, and by how people felt devotion for this young lady. If you want to … More The Santa Rosalia Festival in Palermo
It’s just been the usual work and standard life for me this week, nothing particularly exciting until this weekend, when one of my sisters came to London to hang and go shopping. And then today we got on the train for a quick trip to Cambridge to visit another sister at uni – it’s always … More Photo Of The Week: A Quick Trip To Cambridge
Whilst in Bangkok we tried to eat as much food from street carts and stalls as we possibly could, not only because it was the cheapest option, but because we wanted to flavour some of the local cuisines and had been told that this was the best way. Here’s my top 5 things we ate: … More Top 5 Friday: Bangkok Street Food
1. Pasta (any kind…i just love it) 2. Potato smiley faces (smiles all over the plate…who wouldn’t want that?) 3. Jacket potato, beans and cheese. 4. Rachel’s chicken pie 5. Leek risotto
Cuba is a country like no other (that I’ve ever visited). The buildings are both grandiosely beautiful and totally derelict at the same time and the (rarely marked) roads are filled with not only buses and (old 1950s) cars but also three wheeled and bicycle powered taxis as well as the odd horse and carriage … More Cuba Cuba!