Its about time that All Bar One came to Southampton. I fell in love with this bar the first time I visited one near the Tower Bridge, London. All Bar One adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to the new Westquay Watermark. Although there is a variety of bars and clubs in the city, it’s just […]Read more "All Bar One | Southampton Westquay Watermark"
Another addition to the Westquay Watermark is a little taste of the Mediterranean…The Real Greek. As you walk down to the strip of restaurants the blue and white, classic Greek holiday looking booths stand out a mile away. I fell in love with this restaurant from the minute I saw it. The decor is so […]Read more "The Real Greek | Southampton Westquay Watermark | Review"
Its about time that Southampton’s City Centre had a revamp and with the new addition to The Westquay, The Watermark has done exactly that. Thaikhun welcomes a taste of Thailand to Southampton!Read more "Thaikhun Restaurant Launch | Southampton Westquay Watermark"
For those of you who don’t know I am going on another Trek America this year in August. I am going to Canada for 2 weeks to do a camping trip known as ‘Mountie’. Its going to be a completely different experience this time round and I am so excited. I booked in October and I […]Read more "Trek America| Mountie | Planning"
Southampton Airport is a small, convienant airport and infact my local! It’s the perfect airport for short, easy flights around Europe and even fly outside of Europe now as the airport expands. It’s just the right size, has everything you need and not to mention their ‘Breeze through’ buisiness lounge – which has recently had […]Read more "Southampton Airport Business Lounge"
I love discovering new travel blogs to inspire me for my trips, for tips and tricks for my travels and for inspiration for my own travel blog. There are some amazing blogs out there, with beautiful photography, funny travel anecdotes and travel tips. Today I’m sharing my current Top 5 Travel blogs that I’m obsessed with […]Read more "Top 5 Travel Blogs"
72 hours doesn’t sounds like enough time to explore an entire city! But it is plenty of time to cram in as much as you can and make a list for next time! I never really pictured going to Amsterdam, mainly down to preconceived ideas that I had and thinking it wasn’t really my scene. […]Read more "72 hours in Amsterdam"