Come check out the brand-spanking NEW Website which is now LIVE! 🙂 Click here to view it. A new series is starting tomorrow so be sure to check it out. It’s called #SundaySpotlight and I’ll be sharing a trendy new hotel I found in Brooklyn, New York. Can’t wait to hear what you think of… Continue reading Website is LIVE!
Hi Guys! This is just a quick announcement that my new blog website will be launching soon! It is so freakin’ exciting! (And very many months later than planned). You can find it here: theglobediaryblog.com. For Updates regarding when then the site will be officially launched, follow me on Twitter. No date has been set… Continue reading New Website Coming Soon!
#1: Stay Active while on Holiday Craig and I usually start off exploring on foot. There are just some things you never get to see if you’re always on public transport and it’s a nice way to get to know your way around the city. When we’ve tracked our steps on these holidays like in… Continue reading 10 Tips to Stay Healthy While Travelling
Another month’s flown by since last month’s round up here, and if you haven’t been keeping in touch, you might not know what we’ve been up to. Here’s a brief summary! Exams, Exams, Exams. The first two weeks of the month was pretty much directed towards not failing the first of three sets of exams… Continue reading Round Up | May 2017
March was one of those months that flew by under the radar. Especially on the blogging front. While I could write a whole blog post dedicated to the difficulties of the past month, I’d rather not bore you. Let’s just simplify it: it was tough. I am missing home (South Africa) so much and our… Continue reading Round Up | March 2017
This is my Edmonton Foodie To-do List! With new places opening up nearly every week (lately), I am barely keeping up! Here’s what I’m dying to try: Breakfast/Brunch: Cafe Mosaics (Vegetarian/vegan on Whyte Ave) District Cafe & Bakery (Downtown) Cafe Linnea Canteen (Only on weekends on 124th Street) Little Brick Cafe/Coffee Shop: Lock Stock Coffee… Continue reading Edmonton | Foodie Scenes to Try
Ever had dinner in the Chianti Hills? Well, you should. Chianti is located between Florence and Siena. I loved driving through the medieval towns and picturesque rolling hills covered in vineyards and olive groves, to reach our dinner destination, Ristorante I tre pini. We were welcomed with blue champagne (which looked odd but tasted great) and live… Continue reading Italy on Tour | Dinner in the Chianti Hills in Tuscany