Frici Papa: A place to eat in Budapest

Frici Papa is not for you if you’re looking for great customer service and attentive staff. Rather, it’s the place you’ll experience authentic Hungarian food slapped on a plate with a no fuss motto.

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KM Recommends: The Kindness of Strangers by Don George

This compilation of 26 tales by 26 writers pulls us into a world of intimate connections made during the very moments man can feel most vulnerable; whilst on his travels. Continue reading “KM Recommends: The Kindness of Strangers by Don George”

Alpaca Walking in the South of England

If there’s something I’ve realised this past year, it’s that I share a love for alpacas with quite a few friends (find out how my love for these creatures started here), and with one too many passionate conversations, it was only fitting I put my money where my mouth is. Continue reading “Alpaca Walking in the South of England”

London to Lake District

After a 6 hour drive we arrived at Windermere. It was too dark to see what our surroundings looked like, but from the smells and sounds I was sure we were in the middle of nowhere, just as I had wanted. Continue reading “London to Lake District”

The Wine Smelling Road That Leads to Saint-Émilion

I’m not kidding. It smells like wine as you approach this quant village in the southwest of France. This world heritage site sits quietly on the top of a hill, surrounded by an endless horizon of vineyards Continue reading “The Wine Smelling Road That Leads to Saint-Émilion”

KM Recommends: Diplomatic Baggage: The Adventures of a Trailing Spouse by Brigid Keenan

Diplomatic Baggage is what I now deem as one of my most memorable reads.

Brigid Keenan, an expat wife/mother/journalist/do it all, writes about her unconventional life traveling and living abroad. Continue reading “KM Recommends: Diplomatic Baggage: The Adventures of a Trailing Spouse by Brigid Keenan”

Quad Biking in Crete

If you’re into beach hopping, discovering small villages on mountain sides, and feeling the breeze run through your hair, then quad biking in Crete will be your cup of tea.

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The All-Inclusive Dilemma

Far too often we are faced with the all-inclusive dilemma. “What is this?” You may ask. Well, it’s the ‘hard’ decision of having to choose between an all-inclusive resort and a nice bed and breakfast (or just ‘bed’). Continue reading “The All-Inclusive Dilemma”