REVIEW: Munnar Tea Country Resort – Munnar, India

I had such a beautiful stay here at Munnar Tea Country Resort which I’m excited to tell you about. Especially, if you’re interested in visiting this part of India. So get yourself a cuppa and get comfy… Ready? THE VIBES: Boasting some of the most fabulous panoramic views of Munnar, Munnar Tea Country Resort beholds […]


REVIEW: Matcha Mylkbar – Melbourne, Australia

What a lovely little place to eat. Just steps away from St. Kilda beach, Matcha Mylkbar has an awesome message to share which is very similar to that of Life Without Meat. Let me tell you more about that later though… The Vibes: First, Matcha Mylkbar boasts a relaxed chic dining experience. The interior is […]


REVIEW: Serotonin Eatery – Melbourne, Australia

I’m desperate to tell you about the beautiful food I had at Serotonin Eatery but first, you need to know where to find this place! They’re situated not too far from St. Kilda beach, walking distance from Burnley station. For the everyday backpacker, some would say it’s a little out of the way; but if […]

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StrEATlife Food Festival 2017: 5 Foodie Moments

What a weekend! Set in the beautiful high-rise grounds of Alexandra Palace, StrEATlife Food Festival was fab! Friends and I basked in the hot sun; devoured lots of food and drink; and listened to some great music. All whilst enjoying beautiful views over London city. If you’re going to festivals in the summer, there are […]

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Top 3 Foodie Moments: Düsseldorf, Germany

Düsseldorf is the seventh most populous city in Germany and it’s the capital of Germany’s state, North Rhine-Westphalia. It’s a modern city boasting some amazing architecture, a lively night life and in recent years, a multifaceted arty boho scene. All of which we had the pleasure of experiencing at the end of February. Banking, advertising, […]

REVIEW: The Old Bridge Inn – Aviemore, Scotland

Much like most of Scotland, Aviemore has some of the best outdoors and beautiful scenery the U.K has to offer. Nestled in amongst the action and sat opposite the River Spey is The Old Bridge Inn restaurant. Working closely with the local farmers and suppliers, their attractive array of dishes consists of fresh food that’s […]

REVIEW: The Rainforest Café – London

Sat right in the heart of the city and neighbours with London’s famous Ripley’s Believe It Or Not museum, the Rainforest Café is in an exciting location. It’s just a stone’s throw from Piccadilly Tube Station and roughly a 15-minute walk from the River Thames which makes it really easy to get to. It’s renowned […]

Besides Food: 5 Reasons You Should Visit London’s Borough Market

Borough Market is London’s oldest food market having existed for around 1,000 years! It’s rich in history and offers a huge choice of produce and ingredients for you to explore. It’s often described as a foodie’s heaven because you can find almost any ingredient you need, from sweet to savoury, from the ordinary to the […]