Tomorrow is the beginning of Easter weekend which means, of course, my post this week is dedicated to chocolate. I’m recently back from a trip travelling around Peru, the world’s number one producer of organic cacao. I was interested to learn more about this crop that I absolutely love. I eat cacao blended into my …

I have chosen to write about the three main cities of Peru, which are in fact bursting with healthy hotspots. As opposed to them being ‘international’ hubs, they serve true Peruvian cuisine. Peru is the home of many western ‘superfoods’, from root powders like cacao, maca, lucuma, to grains such as quinoa, and even nuts …

New York was the last stop on my American adventure before I flew to Ireland to reunite with my family, and then back to England. This infamous city was of course bustling and there were so many food options, covering pretty much all cuisines. During my 5 days, I walked the sky line, visited the …

‘Burning Man isn’t your usual festival. It’s a vibrant participatory metropolis generated by its citizens.’ … And I’d have to wholeheartedly agree. Burning man is not an event you go to; it’s an event you create, you and your fellow burners. This was my first time and after hearing only incredible reviews, that all still …

After Burning Man, (which I will soon do a full post on!), I headed to Austin to visit my friend who I’d met while living in Sydney. We hadn’t seen each other for over a year and a half but straight away things fell right into place, exactly where we’d left off – what a …

I first flew into LA for a couple of nights then headed right up to Seattle, Washington. I feel like I had a really great overall view of the city in just the 4 full days I was there and I was lucky enough to be there during beautiful sunshine. Even though Seattle is infamous …