Take a cable car to Fisherman’s Wharf and marvel at the Sea Lions on Pier 39. Stop by at the new Sea Lion Centre there for some educational info on marine mammals. Hello sea lions! #pier39 #fishermanswharf #visitcalifornia #travel #bestpicsofsf A photo posted by May London (@eatcookexplore) on Dec 24, 2015 at 11:41am PST Grab brunch and work it off with a hike up to Twin Peaks. Detour via this… [Read More]
I do love skiing. I have been skiing for quite a few years, much longer than I have been blogging. I don’t have a lot of pictures from the earlier ski trips but I do have some insights and opinions of the places I have skied before. Here is the roundup of some ski resorts from around the world : Skiing in France Learning to ski in France is great as you… [Read More]
Win Pol Roger Champagne. Planning my next ski season, thinking of these luxury ski in/ ski out chalets in Val d’Isere with outdoor hot tub and 5 star chefs cooking the dinners.
In case you missed the memo, the Milan Expo 2015 is well under way. It’s a great opportunity to visit the Expo so close to home. A visit to the Expo will showcase hundreds of booths by indisivudal countries highlighting their best food and drink cultures and traditions, in line with this year’s theme, “Feeding the Planet, Energy For Life”. The Milan Expo was launched in London at a glittering cocktail… [Read More]
The Colours of Dubai in Pictures. Where we see a whole different side to the modern Dubai of gleaming shopping malls and jaw dropping skyscrapers.
The Queens officially names P&O’s new Britannia Cruise Ship as a bottle of Wiston Estate Sparkling wine explodes. Here is our first look inside as we stay on board, take a tour of the ship, enjoy the Inaugural Celebrations black tie gala dinner with Olympians, celebrities and P&O’s Food Heroes.
This is a picture tour of P&O’s newest cruise ship and their biggest – Britannia. It’s maiden voyage is due to sail on 15 March from Southampton.
Dubai is a great gastronomy destination. Over the centuries, Dubai has been a big trade centre and the many cultures that have passed through and reside there now have shaped the food culture in this vibrant city. We ate street food on a beach, got local at a kebab shop, made like a bedouin in the dessert, drank champagne on roof top bars, indulged in a mega Friday Brunch. Do… [Read More]
Flamenco Dancing Lessons Dancing is something I love but really am pretty useless at. Flamenco Dancing is definitely something that I didn’t think I’d be able to do. It’s looks for graceful and way too fast and complicated. When Three Mobile invited me along to their Spanish themed event to announce the launch of adding Spain to their “Feel at Home” programme, I couldn’t say no learning Flamenco. Our Flamenco… [Read More]
Hong Kong is one my favourite cities in the world for a gourmets holiday. It is not only the best place for amazing Chinese restaurants, but they have some top Japanese, European and International restaurants with Michelin stars too. From my time living in Hong Kong as an expat years ago, I found that they take their food very seriously. On my trips to Hong Kong, much like my other… [Read More]