• Portsmouth
  • Outside-In Food Court, Portsmouth

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      We were looking forward to visiting Outside-In Food Court on their launch weekend and we weren’t disappointed. Within a warehouse in Middle Street (where Portsmouth Tea once resided) are several street food vendors, all serving up something different. As soon as you enter the premises you receive a friendly welcome. The first food stall […]

  • Travel
  • A week in Limbo: back to Bangkok

    What to do? After a nearly a week of trying to decide which route to take around Asia I’ve realised that whichever route I choose I will meet a whole host of different people and even if I take the same route as others I’ve met, I am unlikely to have the same experience. That’s the beauty […]

  • Weekly Treats
  • This Week’s Sweet Treats: 14/02/2014

    What better way to start your Friday than with our weekly round-up of some of the many sweet treats we’ve eaten this week. Here’s five of our favourites! Clockwise from top left: 1. An unusual tasting Mooncake from Chinatown, Thailand. Read about Helen’s time in Bustling Bangkok. 2. Sweet palm cakes from a street market in Pai, Thailand. Read about the amazing adventure Helen’s having in ‘Pai in Love‘. […]

  • Travel
  • Jungle Trekking Chiang Mai

    Back to basics The sleeper train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai was surprisingly OK. I took the top bunk and despite the hard bed and pillow (standard in Asia) I was able to get a little sleep. We had a hearty but fairly rushed meal on the train consisting of a lovely Asian soup, stir fried veg and rice and pineapple, […]