I'm not going to tell you how long we spent in Vienna because this list of cakes is much bigger than it ought to be for such a short stay. Vienna has a long and delicious history of making sweets. There are bakeries and coffee houses all over the city,… Read more of "Five Viennese cakes"
After spending the autumn in smaller cities and towns, arriving in Budapest felt energising. There's so much to do, so many museums, galleries, markets, restaurants. It helps that it's beautiful too, with wide streets and art nouveau architecture. When I was researching the city I ended up with a huge… Read more of "A few fun things to do in Budapest"
A snowy January is the perfect excuse to snuggle up under a blanket with a cup of peppermint tea and a pile of books. And that's exactly what I've been doing. My New Year's resolution was to read a book a week (more on that soon), and I'm just about… Read more of "Reading on the road #9"
Belgrade isn't the prettiest city, but it's definitely interesting. It's been razed to the ground 44 times in its history; it's still settling into itself, trying to find its identity. Street art is a part of this. You'll see it all over the city, some of it created through local… Read more of "A street art guide to Belgrade"
We've been thinking about our 2017 travel plans a lot for the last few weeks and today they've finally all come together. This will probably be our last year of travelling full time. But it's going to be a good one. Here's what we'll be up to: January & February… Read more of "2017"
There are two sides to Kotor. Most of the time it's a quiet little town, almost like a village. Walking around you have the maze of alleyways to yourself, just a few cats, the odd person sweeping the street outside their house. And then the cruise ship rolls in. It… Read more of "A short guide to Kotor, Montenegro"