Edi’s Bratwurst Sausage Restaurant and B&B, KZN

The second of Albert’s friend’s recommendations was a German sausage place that when we googled it appeared it had shut down. We were disappointed but we had some really good foods in the Midlands Meander area, so weren’t too perturbed. As we were driving towards the final accommodation of our adventure, we saw a sign…

Clarens

For years now, Albert and I have wanted to go to Clarens. This year when we were having a look at the route we would need to take down to the Sani Pass, we noted that Clarens wasn’t too far and we made a plan to stop there for breakfast!

Haskins Garden Centre

One way you can shift me off the couch the day after an overnight flight with maybe a total of an hours sleep, is to bribe me with breakfast. A cooked breakfast. A proper cooked breakfast with bacon. And sausage. And egg.

The Bailiwick

After a wonderfully frustrating morning looking around the incredible Windsor Castle, and ahead of a long train journey home due to the stupid strikes, we stopped at The Baliwick for a little lunch.

Ascot Christmas Market

We had planned on heading into London to go to Winter Wonderland, but with the recent terror incident in London, and some free tickets to a local Christmas Market, we decided to stay closer to home. I was a little disappointed but mostly elated that I wouldn’t have to go on the train again so…

Cipriani, DIFC

Not to be mixed up with Cipollini (who is a bike riding superstar, and very tasty to look at), Cipriani is a very snooty but tasty Italian restaurant in DIFC. I’ve only been once before because it’s really quite expensive, and it was such a treat! I didn’t think I would really have the opportunity…

#SaltBaeBurger update!

As you all know, I went for lunch in the newly opened Salt Bae Burger in DIFC this week, and loved it! In fact, I loved it so much that I quickly wrote up about it and posted the next morning. This promoted two things…

#SaltBaeBurger

It’s always a big deal when a new restaurant opens in DIFC. Who doesn’t like new places to go and try? However, this may be the biggest opening for a while. Forever ago (ok, only a few months) the billboards went up around a closed restaurant space. Not too long after that, rumours started to…

The Seychelles – Part 1

After a seemingly very quick flight from Dubai, we arrived in the Seychelles just in time for a beautiful sunrise. The view from the plane is always one of my favourites because of the clouds (see here), but what made this extra special is the tiny islands you see all around you. I knew that…

Dubai Roast Dinner Diaries – Part 6

If you don’t know already, which is unlikely if you know me, I do love a good roast dinner.  Actually, it doesn’t even have to be particularly good for me to enjoy it.  It just has to have veggies and meat, and of course the all important Yorkshire pudding! There are a huge amount on…