Travel/Food: Nepalese Cuisine

Dal Bhat. Pakoras. Puri. Roti. Momos. While I was in Nepal (see previous post for details of the project) we ate the staples and tried the local snacks, and I thought as a food blogger it was only right to speak a little about it. The Nepalese cuisine has influences from both India and China,…

Travel: ICS with Raleigh Nepal

Where has she been? This last 2 months I have had radio silence to the internet and so, the outside world – aka the reason for my lack of blog posts (sorry, but I am back!). I have been volunteering with Raleigh on the International Citizen Service programme in rural Nepal. Here’s a little about…

Travel: Bristol International Balloon Fiesta

Hey guys, wow what a busy few weeks it has been! I’ve been lucky enough to be in Mallorca, Wales, Bristol and at home over the past fortnight and I’ve got so many stories to tell! One of my favourite moments was going to the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta (held every year at Ashton Court)…

Food: Hubble Bubble, Gloucester

Hi guys, I seem to sitting inside writing blog posts on the sunniest days at the moment! I need to be outside making the most of the weather while it’s still nice, don’t I?! Anyway, the other day my friend and I took a day trip to Gloucester. It’s a really nice town right next…

Travel: An afternoon in Wells, Somerset

Exams have ended and I am back on the blog at long last! I visited Wells the other week with my family on the long drive back up from Devon and I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed our couple of hours there. We wanted to have a look at the cathedral and that certainly…

Travel: Kotor, Montenegro

An unsung hero, and one of the most beautiful places I have visited is how I described Kotor to a friend recently. I feel it is about time I write a post which is not about Birmingham, and instead about travel. Kotor in Montenegro seemed appropriate to start as it is, without doubt, one of…