As soon as you arrive in San Pancho, Mexico, the first thing you can’t fail to notice is the colourful houses lining the streets. Every single one is unique in colour and in design. San Pancho is the real thing, […]
Yesterday I flew. Flew like a bird, albeit a jet propelled one. I was like something out of the Jetsons, like Buzz Lightyear, like… the future! I hovered up to two metres above the sea and zig zagged my way across […]Read more...
I had no problem with the Mexico City Metro. I used it three times in my three days there and actually thought in terms of space, people’s attitude and understanding the Metro in Mexico City was better than the London […]Read more...
Way back in May when I decided I was off to Mexico I knew I wanted to go to San Pancho. I’d seen photos around and it looked hot, colourful and full of character. I looked around for things to do in […]Read more...
What I've been up to lately
Hallelujah Willy Wonka is alive! He’s gone off in his magic lift and set up this amazing sweet shop in Budapest. Sugar Candy Land knows how to respect the sweets – you don’t just go in with a paper bag and […]
Salty little fellas, aren’t they? As soon as I got to Manarola in the Cinque Terre and realised anchovies were the local delicacy I knew I was going to like the place. Anchovies are without a doubt one of my […]
Comprehensive festival packing lists are all well and good, but what if you want to take as little as possible? Dragging everything but the kitchen sink (could be useful) to a festival is crazy. Minimise your backpack with my 5 […]
I was like Simba in the ravine on my first day at Sziget, there were people coming at me from everywhere. I couldn’t quite get my head around the Sziget payment system and I definitely hadn’t had as much to […]
I feel attached to the St James’s Club Resort. It’s the longest I’ve stayed consecutively anywhere for months. We’ve had a great week together and I’d honestly recommend it to anyone looking for an all-inclusive holiday somewhere friendly and beautiful. […]
I climbed the Gros Piton this week. A 786m high mountain near Soufriere in the south west of Saint Lucia (the big one!). It was a lot harder than I expected. I naively turned up in my trainers with a […]