Food, Days Out and Travel stories from Brighton, London and the Rest of the World


Travel - My Guide to Reykjavik, Iceland and how to avoid rookie mistakes

Having just returned from the frozen land of ice where I learnt a few key lessons in travelling, I felt inspired to share some insights in the hope that unlike me you can avoid brushing your teeth in water that smells of rotten eggs; spending an evening with salt encrusted hair; missing the Northern Lights and choosing a poor exchange rate.

Reykjavik, Iceland  photo by modern bric a brac



Valentine's for your baby at My Mini Disco, Brighton

There's one thing Brighton folks love to do and that's party. With Brightonians this love-affair starts early, so whether you're a babe-in-arms (literally) or you've just started pre-school that statement still rings true.  That's why Brighton-based My Mini Disco was made for you (and your mums and dads too, of course).

myminidisco, Brighton



Days out in Brighton - The Undercliff Walk

Forget the razzle dazzle of the pier and the showy, it's-all-about-me Pavilion, there are plenty of other Best Bits About Brighton to find out about and this one can be done all year round.

The Undercliff Walk

The Undercliff Walk, #BestBitsAboutBrighton


Upstairs at the Three and Ten moves to the The Basement

Exciting times lie ahead for the biggest and best production company in Brighton (in my opinion) as they upscale to a bigger and better venue.

Otherplace Productions Brighton
~ Otherplace Productions ~



Indian Summer in the middle of a Brighton winter

I recently found out Brighton has been voted a runner-up for the Curry Capital of Britain award. So where better to head on New Years Eve than the Indian restaurant in Brighton that has received numerous accolades and no one I know has a bad word to say about it (that's unusual). 

Indian Summer pea parcels with pomegranate
~ Indian Summer, Brighton ~

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