Zoe's Ghana Kitchen

A Taste of Ghana in London at Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen

My memories of Ghana are of a veritable feast of foods, views and faces. A country filled with magnificent beaches, gorgeous friendly generous people and quite a variety of tasty treats. Recently I got to relive some of those memories at Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen in London as part of a fundraising evening for Kick Start [...]


Wise words and travel tips from Iceland’s President.

Last week I had the honour of meeting the President of Iceland, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, in his home just outside of Reykjavik. It was a surprise addition to our already varied and exciting itinerary on a trip to Iceland with Flybe and one of those surreal moments of travel. We arrived to the President’s house [...]

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A Hot and Steamy Date with an Icelandic Geysir

We all know that dating a geezer could be a lot of fun… well the same is definitely true for a hot and steamy date with an Icelandic geysir. A natural phenomenon like no other, found mainly in the national parks of Iceland, rather than with a pint in hand in South East London. This week I [...]

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New York City Secrets

Last month I returned to New York City for my umpteenth time… yup I’ve been that much I can’t even remember how much I’ve been, what an achievement! Still New York never loses its wow factor, there is always a thousand new things to be uncovered. Here are a few new New York City secrets [...]

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Top Tips for Trekking America with Trek America

Two weeks ago I departed on an immense four day adventure with Trek America in the South West of America. I am not always one for organised tours, but instead more of a ‘fly by the seat of my pants, moment to moment’ (to quote Pretty Woman) kinda girl. However every once in a while [...]

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I’m Going Home… to The USA

I can’t quite control my excitement as the hours and minutes count down. I’m going home… to the USA! As an America addict and as someone who has spend two years of her life living and studying in this fine country, it is surprising that I haven’t written much about the USA before. However it [...]