When I think of our days in Ronda I remember the smell of cinnamon and freshly baked pastries. I’m not sure if it was coming from the charming coffee shops or if I was just imagining but what I am certain of is that Ronda is a bohemian little place where life was moving in sweet slow-motion.
Everyone has heard of the beauty of Phuket and it seemed like everyone was headed over there too. If you’re after the tranquil, deserted beaches you see on Pinterest then you need to do some research and venture out. When you find them it’s absolutely worth it!
Did I ever tell you how much I love food? Almost as much as I love travelling so when the two come together there’s nothing that can make me happier (except maybe some dessert and a cup of coffee!).
We spent a few days in peaceful Chiang Mai, falling in love with the nature, the food and of course the coffee.
Bangkok is equally intriguing and overwhelming – and we couldn’t help but immediately fall in love with it.
Dreaming of a few chilled days in a snowy Nordic capital we went on a city break to Oslo.
Endless rooftops, intricate mosaics in mesmerising colours, rich flavours and perfumes, Fez was everything I ever dreamt of and more. It was a complete cultural immersion and a lesson to celebrate life through music, food and beauty.
A few days taking in the unspoilt beauty of Crete and the last rays of Greek sunshine before the winter.
We visited Copenhagen in May last year and I’ve been daydreaming about it ever since. I love the laid back atmosphere, the friendly and way-beyond-my-level-of-coolness people, and of course the coffee.
What I loved about Florence is that it has its own colours, its own distinct flavour. The hustle and bustle you would only normally find in a capital, interrupted by quiet, pebbled streets and an endless number of enchanting piazze that come to life at night with classical music concerts.