Our Latest Journey
Today has been quite a change of pace. I am beginning to understand how an ancient Mughal emperor may have felt … sitting drinking spiced green tea with almonds from a copper kettle overlooking the impossibly beautiful Dal Lake (an
Hi from New Orleans! What a place - so animated! Tons to do, not enough time and it’s hot & humid. Cruised the Mississippi on a steamboat a couple of days ago - had great views of the city whilst
Morocco is just fascinating! Last week I was wandering through the medina of old Tangier, joking with stallholders and breathing in the pungent aromas of all the spice stalls. I even visited the infamous Café Baba (a favourite haunt of
Colombo is always buzzing with excitement and, rather surprisingly, even more so just before Christmas. So on Saturday morning I walked out to the Good Market, home of the best organic produce in the entire city. The unmistakeable smell of
By the time you read this, I am bound to have moved on to yet another part of the world in my quest to bring you the most outstanding dishes on the planet. I am what you may call a ‘seasoned traveller’ in the literal sense!
From Salvadore to Singapore From Kalamazoo to Timbuktoo I want to be your food guru. A gourmet fellow through and through From Cococabana to Indiana From Greece to Nice, Milan to Iran I'm setting out with joyful stride Pastures new
I had been thinking it was time for some serious exercise….all this eating and travelling means I seem to have spent far too much time sitting recently. I had resolved to rebalance this, so having hired a mountain bike in the village I have just taken the spectacular revolving cable car from Malcesine to the top of Monte Baldo..
There is nothing quite like flying into Cape Town early in the morning. A hint of mist clinging to the coast, and the rising sun adding wonderfully theatrical lighting to ‘Table Mountain’