Whisky & Guinness – Dublin Day 2

After an action packed first day in Dublin our second day was a little more sedate, plus it was Stuart’s birthday so an excuse for some celebrating! Our morning began much like many mornings in Ireland, with an Irish breakfast. We wanted to head back to Tang but it was shut, today we were lucky enough to get a table at Beanhive.  The breakfast was tasty and the weather blissful. After we filled up on food and coffee we began… View Post

Dublin – An underwhelming top attraction and a bucket …

Dublin – An underwhelming top attraction and a bucket list item

As a lover of maximising my time in a destination we opted to fly from London to Dublin late Friday night to be ready to begin our week long Irish trip on Saturday morning. That plan worked perfectly apart from the fact our hotel (as gorgeous as it was) basically became a night club on a Friday and Saturday night. We woke a little tired but ready to get going. Of course, first up was some food as exploring on… View Post

The other side of Cuba – Varadero

The other side of Cuba – Varadero

Cuba is overwhelming, it is a culture shock for those of us who live in the UK, they speak a foreign language and the weather in warm. All in all after 2 weeks of on the go travel we knew we would need a rest. We went to an all inclusive resort in Mexico for our honeymoon so thought we would give it another go. Varadero is renowned for being the all inclusive centre of Cuba. It’s not far from… View Post

Trinidad stole my heart – what to eat & drink

Trinidad stole my heart – what to eat & drink

As I mentioned in post about what to do while you’re in Trinidad, it stole my heart. I still think about spending time there now and it was 100% my favourite place in Cuba. So, you know how to spend your time there but what to do when you fancy stopping for some food and drink? Small disclaimer – I am rubbish at taking photos food and drink and I am not a food blogger so you’ll have to take… View Post

Trinidad Stole My Heart – What To Do While …

Trinidad Stole My Heart – What To Do While You’re There

Part of Trinidad’s charm is that it’s a small city that has plenty of roads to wander, parks to sit in and architecture to admire. It also has its fair share of museums and things to do but if I’m honest my favourite thing was just sitting and watching the world go by. I feel head over heels for Trinidad. We spent a good few days here so got to know it’s streets and it’s quirks more than the other… View Post