Things to do if you’re bored or locked-down or just plain need a distraction.
I don’t know about you, but I love learning about Christmas traditions in other countries. Read on for some of my favourites. 13th December: St Lucia, Scandinavia Today is the feast day of St Lucia, or Saint Lucy. Unless you are from a Catholic country, are Scandinavian or have a particular interest in saints, youContinue reading “Christmas traditions from other countries”
Longer read ‘Marvelling at all that had befallen him, the fisherman returned towards the city and, coming to his house with the fish, filled an earthen pot with water and placed them in it. When they began to swim about in the water, he put the pot upon his head and walked with it toContinue reading “Food travels: the tagine”
Buen Provecho. Buon Appetito. God appetit. I’ve missed hearing those words said over delicious meals at faraway tables. I live for many things when I travel, but exploring new cuisines and trying bold, unusual flavours is the most satisfying thing about any trip – and most days revolve around what to eat, where to goContinue reading “Food Travels: From Home”
The best sushi I nearly never had
Stockholm, like the rest of Scandinavia, is really expensive, isn’t it? Well, no, it doesn’t have to be! Fresh from a long weekend in Stockholm, I’ve researched (eaten) some of the best food on offer in Stockholm right now, and none of it breaks the bank. Read on for my top 5 places in StockholmContinue reading “Eat for less in Stockholm”