Tag: South America

During my first experience of club circuit comedy, a man with a guitar and a pirate dance stood out amongst others. That man was Stevie Gray. A likeable and hilarious musical act, Stevie hails from Oldham. A place, as he describes, where “people eat Jaffa Cakes just...
Escadaria Selarón
Rio is a city of contrasts. A beautiful beachfront just like in the pictures and movies through time. Behind the tropical paradise setting is the real Rio, set in the shade of the favelas perched on top of the hill. The Escadaria Selaron is the gateway to...
caminito buenos aires
After our bucket list tour at Boca Juniors stadium La Bombonera, we made the rather hazardous 500 yard walk down Valle Iberlucea dodging the stray dogs and potential muggers to reach one of the more colourful areas of Buenos Aires, Caminito.

Chocoversum, Hamburg

chocoversum hamburg
Chocolate, or ‘Schokolade’ in German is loved by everyone. So what about a museum that is both educational and interactive covering the process of chocolate making? One such place exists right here in Hamburg - Chocoversum.
Fierro hotel Buenos Aires
  Arriving at Ezeiza airport in the late evening, we needed to get to our hotel. No obvious buses or trains were anywhere to be seen so taxi really is your only option. Luckily a desk in the centre of...
the bar at heathrow t5 fortnum and mason
  Before every long haul flight, there has to be a moment of tranquility. A moment when the holiday truly begins. A glass of champagne and something tasty to go with it, what could be more perfect? Step forward The Bar at Fortnum and Mason in Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5. Terminal...
Sous-Vide Dulce de Leche Cheesecake
Flip back to 2016 when I sat down at a strangers table for a true taste of what an Argentine family gathering is all about. The dessert came in the form of a dulce de leche cheesecake, a pudding that couldn’t have been worse timed after stuffing my face...

iLatina, Buenos Aires

iLatina, Buenos Aires
Travelling to Buenos Aires opened up a whole new headache of which restaurant to start with. You see there’s so many good places in this city all themed around Spanish, Italian and traditional barbecue. Top of the pile in most people's reviews was a small place in the Villa...