Two weeks ago I had the pleasure to visit the French region of Dordogne, specifically the area known as Périgord Noir and its capital Sarlat. I had three days to explore this gorgeous part of France together with the local tourism board and in collaboration with Brive Airport.
Perigord Noir is the most visited region of the Dordogne, thanks to its beautiful villages, magnificent castles, stunning landscape and delicious food. Food is such an important element of French lifestyle in general, but even more so in this part of the country.
My three days in Sarlat were all… Continue reading
Last month I had the chance to experience one of London’s most loved restaurants, Le Caprice in Piccadilly. Le Caprice is a modern European restaurant, famous for its celebrity clientele as much as its good food.
Le Caprice are currently offering a special dining deal to their guests who want to visit the extraordinary Ai Weiwei exhibition at the Royal Academy. For just £44, you can purchase the exhibition ticket and enjoy a two-course late lunch or early dinner, plus a welcome cocktail, the Weiwei Martini. Tickets for the exhibition cost £17.60 per person, so the dining offer… Continue reading
As you may have noticed, I have been travelling a lot this year, at least once or twice every month. It was my main goal for 2015 to travel more and one the reasons why I left my full time job at the end of last year, so I am pretty chuffed with it!
Even though I may be visiting a different country every month, I still don’t feel like a “seasoned traveller”. You know one of those people who can pack a suitcase in ten minutes, get to the airport on time and – ultimately – be on a… Continue reading