28 July 2016

Style It. July Celeb Street Style

We interrupt this travel post showdown for a quick fashion interlude. Take a peek below at all the hottest looks in celebrity-land this July. It's evident cheeky midriffs are in and the shoulder-baring trend hasn't let up yet.

24 July 2016

Suitcase. Capri, Italy - Travel Guide

Being the lover of luxury that I am, I figured no visit to Positano would be complete without a trip over to the island of Capri - playground of the filthy rich and infamously famous. What fun!

 

21 July 2016

Suitcase. Positano, Italy - Travel Guide

Positano.
Land of the mountain goat.
Not actual mountain goats silly, I mean me, us, the people visiting. If you've been to Positano you'll know what I mean, if not, simply think of a place with as many stairs as you can possibly imagine, now double that.

But boy oh boy, the view is totally worth it...

17 July 2016

Suitcase. Florence, Italy - Travel Guide

Our visit to Florence was a whirlwind of a few days. With so many sights to see, not to mention all the food we simply had to try, it was a busy, busy time. I almost felt like I needed a holiday afterwards. Ha! - says she still making her way around Continental Europe as we speak. Take a read below for all my top tips on what to see and where to eat.

  

14 July 2016

Eat Me. Ristoro Di Lamole, Tuscany

There's an age-old saying my Dad likes to quote - if you want a good meal, don't eat anywhere that has a view. Usually he's always right but I think I've found the exception to the rule. Ristoro Di Lamole in Tuscany.

  

10 July 2016

Suitcase. Tuscany, Italy - Travel Guide

Florence was our base last week and I've got plenty to share on the city, but first I simply had to post about the incredible two days we had driving around Tuscany. What magic. It was like we'd stepped into 'Under The Tuscan Sun'. Pull up a chair, pour yourself a glass of wine and have a read below; there's plenty of rolling hills, Chianti vines, Tuscan villas and wheat fields. Bellisimo.

7 July 2016

Suitcase. Cinque Terre, Italy - Travel Guide

Cinque Terre or 'the five lands' provides a little taste of the Riviera this side of the Italian border and was the starting point for my 4-week summer adventure. Each of the five villages has a personality all its own. They boast pastel paint jobs and lie perched on cliffs, looming over the edge of the ocean with some of the best views around.

3 July 2016

Eat Me. Vinoteca, Soho

My Italian adventures are well and truly on a roll but I've got one last London post for you, and it's delicious. When you're going away from a city for a while, it certainly creates a very hectic social schedule. There were so many people to catch up before I left London that I found I was simply out to dinner every night in the 2-week lead-up, which was great for my gastronomical adventures but not so great for my bikini body. But never mind that. Nothing a few sit-ups can't fix right?