31/03/2017

Under 30: Baked Eggs with Tomatoes and Kale (v)

Welcome to another brand new series; this month we'll be creating various dishes that only take 30 minutes or less to prep and cook. As we are full time workers and gym enthusiasts, we are always looking for quick and easy (mostly healthy) recipes to make! We hope you enjoy this series and do let us know if you create any of them and what you thought!



Serves: 2 | Prep Time: 5 mins | Cook Time: 15 mins

Ingredients:

- 1 tsp olive oil
- 100g black kale, shredded (£1)
- 2 x 227g tin chopped tomatoes (35p)
- 1/2 tsp ground cumin
- dash Tabasco, plus extra to serve
- pinch sugar
- 2 eggs
- toast, to serve (optional)

Total: £1.35

Instructions:

1. Preheat the oven to gas 4, 200°C, fan 180°C. Heat the oil in a frying pan and add the kale with a splash of water. Stir-fry until wilted then stir in the tomatoes, cumin and Tabasco, with a little seasoning and a pinch of sugar. Cook for 3-4 minutes until heated through.

2. Pour your mixture in ovenproof bowl dishes. Make a couple of holes in the mixture and break an egg into each. Pop the pan into the hot oven for 10 minutes, or until the eggs are fully cooked through. Serve with toast, if you like, and a drop or two of extra Tabasco.

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29/03/2017

Under 30: Thai Style Vegetable Stir Fry (v)

Welcome to another brand new series; this month we'll be creating various dishes that only take 30 minutes or less to prep and cook. As we are full time workers and gym enthusiasts, we are always looking for quick and easy (mostly healthy) recipes to make! We hope you enjoy this series and do let us know if you create any of them and what you thought!


It specifically says to watch the garlic because I managed to burn mine in 1.2 minutes! So be careful for that!

Serves: 4 | Prep Time: 12 mins | Cook Time: 10 mins

Ingredients:

- 200g (7oz) medium noodles (£2)
- 4 tbsp tamarind sauce (£1)
- 2 tbsp fish sauce (take out if vegeterian)
- 1 tbsp brown sugar
- 1/2-1 tsp tsp chilli flakes
- 2 tbsp vegetable oil
- 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped
- 2 large eggs, lightly beaten
- 1 x 320g pack vegetable and beansprout stir fry (£1.70)
- 50g (2oz) roasted peanuts, roughly chopped (£1)
- 1 lime, quartered (30p)

Total: £6

Instructions:

1. Heat the vegetable oil in a large frying pan and add the garlic. Cook briefly, watching it doesn’t burn, then add the tamarind, chilli flakes and fish sauce mixture. Let this bubble for a minute, then transfer to a bowl.

2. In the same pan, on medium-high heat, add the beaten eggs. Let them set for a minute, without stirring. Once set, break vigorously with a wooden spoon.

3. Add the stir fry vegetables and cook for 2 minutes, stirring from time to time. Then add the noodles, pour over the sauce, stir well and cook for another minute or two. Serve sprinkled with chopped peanuts and a squeeze of lime.

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28/03/2017

InterRail: The Research


Now we have officially finalised our route, which you can find in our previous post, it is time to plan where we are going to stay and what we're going to do.

For the sake of our safety (well you can never be too careful) and for the excitement too of future posts, we are not going to tell you exactly where we're staying in which country or what we're going to do. But what we will share with you is how we found inspiration, where to find it and some tips and tricks to show you what we did.

TripAdvisor

This is clearly our favourite as it's always mentioned when we do a planning holiday post. You just can't go wrong with reading some reviews and the website/app itself is so easy to navigate and organised into sections to go down to exactly what we want.

It has always been our go to for where to eat, always finding their number place to eat or number one attraction to visit or do.

Are you a TripAdvisor fan? Do you write reviews?

Lonely Planet

Although Lonely Planet is very popular, we've never used it as much until now. From our trip to Marrakesh we used one of their travel books about Marrakesh and realised how helpful it was - such perfect little pocket books.

We have yet to purchase the pocket books (well we hope to anyway) but for now we've been using their website which gives you a variety of videos, suggestions, from attractions to accommodation.

YouTubers

As vloggers ourselves we love simply typing in [insert country] vlog and watching whatever comes up. One, it's really fun to watch and interesting to see what others do and two, it's good research and inspiration on how to edit our own vlogs!

Who are your favourite travel vloggers?

Some may find it easier to visually see and get ideas, rather than just looking at pictures and reading a post, which brings me to my next inspiration..

Bloggers

We follow many bloggers and whether they are niche travel bloggers or not, you'd always find some sort of travel inspo everywhere. Just simply coming across some retweets, or in Twitter chats.

It's always so helpful to have of opinions from people doing the same thing as you (blogging) feels more easier to trust their opinion as if you know them already.

Do you have any travel posts? Or any travel blogger suggestions?

If you haven't already, do check out our Tips & Tricks: How To Plan a Holiday post!

We'd love for you to follow our journey, make sure to come back for future posts: 
The Details, The Reservations, The Packing etc.

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27/03/2017

Under 30: Baked Cod with Black Olives

Welcome to another brand new series; this month we'll be creating various dishes that only take 30 minutes or less to prep and cook. As we are full time workers and gym enthusiasts, we are always looking for quick and easy (mostly healthy) recipes to make! We hope you enjoy this series and do let us know if you create any of them and what you thought!


This is actually a tad but similar to something we created in our last series, which you can find here but with a few difference, either way both just as tasty! If you're a fan of cod, you'd love this dish!

Serves: 4 | Prep Time: 5 mins | Cook Time: 12 mins


Ingredients:


- 4 x 150g cod or haddock fillets (£6)
- 1tbsp olive oil
- 1 large yellow pepper (50p)- 1 clove garlic

- 4 peeled plum tomatoes (£1)
- 1tbsp (20g) red pesto (£1)
- 8 stoned black olives, sliced (£1)
- pinch saffron strands, optional
- 1tsp smoked paprika
- handful parsley leaves, chopped
- salt, to taste
- pepper, to taste

Total: £9.50


Instructions:
1. Preheat oven to 190C and dry the fish on kitchen paper.  Brush a non-stick baking tray with a little of the oil and sit the fish fillets on the brushed area.

2. In a small non-stick frying pan, fry the de-seeded and chopped yellow pepper over medium heat for 10 minutes until softened and slightly tinged gold, then add the peeled, chopped garlic and stir for a minute.  Add the tomatoes (no juice), pesto, saffron and paprika and stir for 2 minutes, then stir in the olive slices and chopped parsley, plus seasoning to taste.  Cook for a further minute then spoon the mixture onto the tops of the fish fillets. Bake for 12 minutes or until fish is just cooked through and topping is bubbling.
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26/03/2017

Event: Gelato Day @ Mercato Metropolitano - London


Yesterday (25 March 2017) I, Jessica attended Gelato Day at Mercado Metropolitano. Of course both James and I were originally invited, but unfortunately due to it being Mother's Day weekend, James had been away and couldn't attend, but I couldn't let this opportunity pass, so naturally I brought along my trustee fellow blogger, Ashlee Moyo.

Mercado Metropolitano is a community-based urban market based in Elephant & Castle with a strong focus on Italian, locally-sourced and socially-conscious products.



We had the option of attending either/both events during this day, one at 4 pm for the masterclass or at 9 pm for the tasting session. We thought we'd opt of the masterclass, as it consisted of two special guest, showing and explaining how to create gelato, as well as being able to taste them.

The two guests were Paolo Pomposi, winner of Gelato Festival 2015, and Giorgio Zanatta, winner of Sherbeth Festival 2016.



During the masterclass Giorgio and Paolo introduced us to the history of gelato and told us what are the secrets to the perfect gelato! Three different freshly made gelato flavours were produced live and we were lucky enough to try them all.

The first flavour was a basic original flavour, La Dolce Vita, which was award winning and the last Colombo. All of which was amazing to see being produced and just simply amazing, every single one, my favourite being.. actually can I just say all of them?



Other than just eating the gelato, we of course learnt the history how gelato came around, as the first gelato ever made was in 1539.

We also learnt the answer to the big question of what's the difference between gelato and ice cream?
How it was told to us is simply gelato is Italian and ice cream is American.
Gelato is more dense and intense, whereas ice cream is more fat and fluffy.


To end this event, there was a quick quiz on all the information we had just taken in exchange for the chance to win vouchers for more gelato in the market.

Sadly, neither Ashlee or I won, which we were honestly gutted about because we so wanted more gelato!

Disclaimer: we were given complimentary tickets to this event, but as always, all opinions and photos are our own

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18/03/2017

Restaurant: Farm Girl - Portobello Road, London

James - Rose Latte - £3.60
Jessica - Chai Latte - £3.70

It's finally the weekend and what better way to kick it off with some Brunch? Especially when it was somewhere we're we've been wanting to go to for so long. After seeing so many Instagram posts at Farm Girl, it has been on our places to visit in London for the longest of time.

As James is actually leaving me for the rest of the weekend to go back to see Olly Murs in concert and stay in Chester, he wanted to treat me with the sweet taste of cake before he left.


Other than the fact of it's popularity, it was of course right in the middle of one of the iconic streets in London, Portobello Road, it was bound to be super busy, so a long wait is what we expected and received. Starting from all the way from the back of the line, just about through the door, we had waited maybe just over an hour.

Madness, I know. Considering that this had been long awaited and for a fact that at any time we would have planned to come, it would most likely be the exact same, we decide to wait it out as we didn't even know when the next chance we'd be able to do this anyway.

Jessica - Avocado Toast - Lemon juice, fresh coriander & a sprinkle of pomegranate with poached egg - £9.50

First things first, coffee.

james went for their specialty coffee which was their Rose Latte and I obviously went for my favourite, Chai Latte. James for some reason wasn't expecting the rose to be so strong, but nevertheless enjoyed it and I felt my chai latte was not as sweet as usual, as if it was on the lighter side.

There was actually a good choice of brunch dishes on the menu, so you can imagine the struggle. James opted for the baked eggs and as much as I wanted it too, I just couldn't have the same - so I went with my classic love avocado on toast, with a poached egg on the side obviously - get that protein.

Yes I'm a blogger and I like avocados okay. I shan't get into this avocado drama again.

James - Oven Baked Eggs - Turkish eggs traditionally baked in a tomato, red pepper & parsley sauce and greek yoghurt - £9.50

James' dish was a real treat, hot, tasty and full of flavour, paired with freshly toasted bread. It was perfection and if we were ever to go back, I will be sure to get that for myself.

As only have seen instagram pictures taken from outside, the inside isn't what I imagined it to be - nothing bad, just different. Although it would have been so nice to have that 'blogger' shot outside, the weather wasn't that warm to complain we weren't sitting outdoors, but if given the chance in the summer - we'd love to come with some blogger friends.

Almond, Pistachio & Raspberry Cake - £4.95

With plenty of time to spare and of course the with dessert space in the tummy to fill, we of course had to get a slice of cake from the many variety of choices at their counter.

They had carrot cake, almond, pistachio and raspberry, matcha, chocolate and raspberry, apple and cinnamon, brownies, doughnuts and coconut and banana bread - spoilt for choice weren't we?

As you can see, we went for something a bit lighter than chocolate and got the raspberry cake. It of course was divine, sprinkled with edible glitter.

Food: ★★★
Customer service: ★★
Atmosphere: ★★★
Coffee: ★★

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17/03/2017

Restaurant: La Bodega Negra - Old Compton Road, London


Tuna Tostada - Serrano & Avocado - £7

It's Friday night and I, Jessica, have taken James on date. With all his amazing efforts and surprises for my birthday, I felt it was only right to spoil my love, as well as it just being our 2 years and a half (I know that's not long for some, but wharves)

As James has been full of surprises, so I wanted to keep this one a surprise for him too. Okay, so I know what you're thinking, but you're just at a restaurant. What's so surprising about that?

Well this restaurant from street view, does not look like a restaurant - given the area it is in, you wouldn't think twice seeing this place. With bright lights screaming 'Peep Show' and 'Adult Video' and a sign on the door saying 'Private Dance Downstairs' you would have no idea that there was simply a Mexican restaurant inside - hence keeping it a surprise.



Upon arrival, of course James thought I was joking when we stopped outside and with doubt still on his mind, I opened the door, still confused, we were greeted by a man sitting on a stall in front of shelves full of porn magazines and please note that I'm still in full swing of making James believe this is what it looked like outside. James walks in and says "Baby, what the heck?" and I am crying of laughter inside!

By the time we got downstairs, I told him it was simply a restaurant, as I couldn't hide it any longer. James at this point was still seriously confused and was still waiting for something to happen.


As mentioned previously, this is a Mexican restaurant, so it was completely intentional to get Tequila based cocktails and nibbles. We had secretly eaten at home beforehand, so everything we got we shared together.

The atmosphere was very lively, people in and out for drinks, groups of people on every table, very dim and very loud - as expected to be honest. The service was very efficient and smooth, we were served very quickly and everything was cleared up without question.

The food was so tasty, bursting with flavour in such little plates and all complimented with the taste of the tequila in the cocktails.

Sunflower Tostadas - Guacamole - £5.50

Green Goddess - Avocado, Baby Gem, Tomatoes, Radish and Pecans - £7

Char Roasted Mushroom - Crema Mexicana - £6.50
Braised Beef - Salsa Comal - £6.50

White Chocolate & Raspberry Brûlée - £6.50

Although for the little amount you would get, it would come up very pricing if you was to order enough to fill you, but there is more to the menu I'm sure, but overall a great experience.

We would recommend this place for something a little bit different, special occasion or simply for some drinks with your friends.

Food: ★★★
Customer service: ★★
Atmosphere: ★★★
Toilets: ★★★ 

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Review: Holi Festival with Urban Rajah & Kingfisher


As some of you may already know, this past Monday, March 13 marked this years Holi Festival of Colours.

Holi is celebrated every year in the Hindu calendar and marks the Vernal Equinox, in other words,  Spring. The Festival of Colours has become a global festival with revellers caking each other from head to toe in powdered paint and taking joy in each other's multi-coloured appearance. It's perhaps one of the most democratic festivals on the planet as formality is stripped away and regardless of creed or status everyone is regarded as fair game. But it's not just the celebration of Spring and waving goodbye to Winter coats it's also a fabulous celebration of food and sweet treats. 


In celebration of this festival, we were offered the opportunity to create these delicious Indian dishes ourselves, with the perfect combination, Kingfisher beer. We had also received our very own Holi paint within our package, but from what I believe we won't be celebrating Holi Festival until it's a bit more sunnier over here on July 29 - so I'm sure we'll be making much more use of it then.

Want to know how we made them? Keep reading...



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- 250g wholemeal flour
- 250g plain flour
- 1⁄4 tsp baking powder
- Salt to taste

- 1 tsp carom seeds
- 1 tsp crushed black pepper
- 1 tsp cumin seeds
- 2 tbs ghee
 or unsalted butter
- 150ml water

- 100ml veg oil

Sieve the flours, baking powder, large pinch of salt together and add the carom and cumin seeds and black pepper together. Now add the ghee/butter and water and knead the flour into a firm dough…it shouldn’t be slack or too soft. Tear off plum sized pieces and roll into a ball, then gently flatten them with the ball of your palm and shape them into ½ cm thickness for an organic feel and texture. Alternatively using a floured rolling pin and floured surface, roll out the dough to a ½ cm thickness and use a round biscuit cutter. Using a deep skillet or frying pan heat the oil over a medium heat and fry the mathri until gently tanned. Drain on kitchen paper and serve with a sharp and tangy chutney such as mango.

Although I don't think we did this recipe justice, as we believed we've made them a little bit thicken than asked for, but we plan on re-creating them again in the near future. 

As well as receiving this recipe, we had also received the recipe for the photos above, the Malpua Pancakes and another which we hope to make soon, the food of colour Gujiya.


We also have yet to make a dessert, Thandai, look out for it on our social media!

Disclaimer: we were sent the recipes and Kingfisher beers, but as always, all photos, views and opinions are our own

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InterRail: The Final Route



After a lot of discussion and thought, we have decided on a FINAL route!
Oh the dreams we had of going to ever country on our list, but in all honesty, our first initial thought was very ambitious and don't get me wrong, some people may have already done it but we wanted to be more realistic and practical with our time frame and our personal preferences.

Disclaimer: we do not own any of the following images

Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Berlin, Germany
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Prague, Czech Republic
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Vienna, Austria
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Budapest, Hungary
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Zagreb, Croatia
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Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Zurich & Bern, Switzerland
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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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Brussels, Belgium
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We are actually starting our official inter-rail travels in Amsterdam, as we are flying to Amsterdam from London to save a travel day and so we were able to add another country to our list!

As you can tell from the pictured route above, you may be able to tell the pattern that we were aiming for, to go around in a smooth(ish) circle, so we're not going back and forth or back on ourselves, which would result in wasting time and our energy.

With the amount of countries, number of travel dates and the overall travel days, we have concluded that we would be staying in each country 3/4 days each, and no journey between each country is longer than 8 hours.

We are hoping to organise all night trains, so of course the 8 hours would be sleeping time and that of course cuts down the price of accommodation!

We'd love for you to follow our journey, make sure to come back for future posts: 
The Saving, The Details, The Accommodation,
The Reservations, The Packing etc.

Have you been to any of these countries? Or been inter-railing? Share your tips or send us your posts! We'd love to know/read!

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15/03/2017

Restaurant: German Doner Kebab - Kilburn, London


On Saturday we had the fantastic opportunity to try out German Doner Kebab, but before you read this post you'll need to do one thing, and that is to forget everything you already know and think about kebabs. This is different, very different.

The main reason being is that they offer the healthiest kebab out there. In complete opposite ways to the average kebab operator, their meals are nutritionally sound and contain no preservatives or additives. All the ingredients are of the highest quality and exclusive to the GDK restaurants. The meat used is 100% succulent beef and chicken fillets, all vegetables are locally sourced, and only the freshest bread is used.


We were very intrigued and to be honest a little sceptical at the health aspects of it, so couldn't wait to get down to their Kilburn branch last weekend. There are a number of other branches across London (Ealing, Islington, Fulham, Ilford), and are also slowly branching out to other parts of the capital, and indeed the UK. 

Check out all of their store locations here.

When we first stepped foot in the restaurant, we both saw similarities in terms of layout and feel to the Taco Bells we have been to in Sheffield, this being a good thing of course! Electronic boards displayed the menu options, the kitchen was in view and just behind that, with the tills in front. There was plenty of seating, but there is also the option to takeaway, or even order via Deliveroo and Uber Eats. 


The store manager, Fahad, greeted us very warmly and treated us fantastically throughout. This being the other major factor which separates them from the average fast food brand. As we all know, service often severely lacks in the fast food sector, but although you do pay through it as the prices here are slightly higher than the usual, it is well worth it. It's almost blurring the lines between fast food, and relaxed restaurant. 

Fahad recommended the signature dish which I, James opted for, and Jessica went for another recommendation of the Durum Doner Wrap. Both came with either fried or onion rings, and also additional sauces and ingredients are on offer.

You can check out their full menu here:


First of all, I've never had any type of kebab before, so I can't benchmark it against the typical kebab offering, but regardless, I only have good things to say! The meat was as they said, succulent, and sauces and salad packed it out and made for a very filling lunch time meal. 

I am quite a messy eater on a normal day, and as you can guess from the picture, it ended up all over the place, but the tray, tissues, and anti-bacterial hand wipe which came with it made everything okay in the end and saved me from embarrassment! 


Their are clearly great initiatives they have to attract different types of people to the restaurant to. They have a 'Social Sundays' campaign which includes 4x kebabs, 2x fries and 4 drinks for £19.99, 2FOR1 Tuesdays, and meal deals at certain times in the day. We were already having talks about bringing a couple of friends down on a Sunday to make the most of the offer, or simply just coming back for ourselves and trying out more items on the menu.

We have to say, whilst it is the healthiest that is on offer, it's not as healthy as we thought in the build up to coming. This as you may guess from the pictures of fries, onion rings and side sauces. But it certainly is all high quality ingredients, and most of all, tasty and it was a very enjoyable lunch outing.

Food: ★★★
Customer service: ★★★★
Atmosphere: ★★★


*This meal was complimentary, but as always, all photos, views and opinions are our own

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10/03/2017

Long Weekend in Edinburgh, Scotland


Note: all highlighted words are links to individual posts about that place we've written ourselves.

DAY ONE
If you haven't already guessed from the 5 million posts and tweets in the past week, you would know that we took a long weekend trip to Edinburgh for my, Jessica's, 23rd birthday. All which was planned as a surprise from the other half James.


As mentioned, this was a surprise, so up until the night before, I had no idea where we were going. I truly believe if it wasn't for the long journey ahead, he would have liked to tell me the morning of, but I'm not one for journeys over 2 hours (as that's my limit) but this was about 4 hours and a half.


Upon arrival, our first stop was to go to the hotel and drop our bags/luggage. The hotel was further than what James had expected, but there was a tram stop not too far, which would bring us to the centre, which only took about 30 minutes.

Of course our first stop in the centre was lunch at Brew Lab, this is named one of the best coffee shops in the UK, take a read and see if we agree.


Right after, we had a nice stroll towards my next surprise, which was the Edinburgh Castle. Even though the search for the castle was a bit of an 'adventure' basically walking the long way around and up muddy hills and all sorts, it was definitely worth overlooking the views of Edinburgh.

We spent a great deal at the castle, until closing actually, it was so interesting and informative. Would most definitely recommend if you ever find yourself in Edinburgh.


After the castle visit, we had enough time to walk around and take our time to find where we needed to go next, dinner at The Scran and Scallie. James told me this was a pub restaurant, but it didn't seem like that at all, very nice and much like a posh restaurant.


You would think the surprises for tonight stop here right? Well you and I are wrong. James had planned for us to go to the Stand Comedy Club. It was really really good, although we didn't get a seat, it felt really really cool, like a local you know? The set up was quite tight but it's what created the atmosphere. We had the honour of seeing 4 acts, each as equally as funny as each other but all unique in their own way.

DAY TWO - MY BIRTHDAY!!

You'd think from the late night we had, we'd be having a lazy morning in.. Not this morning, not my birthday morning! Of course James had his amazing plan all set out for us, as he unfolded his plans after midnight.



The day began with breakfast at The City Cafe. Full English is what was on both our minds! How could we not on this special occasion - we both opted for the small plate and luckily we did as it was just the right amount, perfect for the busy planned day we had ahead!


The first stop was the Edinburgh Zoo, I am the biggest child at heart and you have no idea how excited I was to know we were coming here, let alone knowing we were going to see the only pandas in the UK!


Following the zoo, we had a somewhat time slot to visit the number one tourist attraction in Edinburgh - The Royal Yacht Britannia


As well as visiting the Yacht, we also had a spot of lunch, with tea and scones at Royal Tea Room. Already feeling like royalty, we had the best view (when the fog eventually disappeared) and such a relaxing vibe.

With it already being mid-afternoon and we were feeling the time, from having a late night to an early start, we decided to head back to the hotel to relax before dinner that evening. 


Forage & Chatter is hands down up there with one of the best restaurants we've been to. Food, services, vibes, just the whole overall experience. Read our food post to get a feel of exactly what I'm talking about or better yet, go and visit!


Followed by my amazing birthday dinner, we were advised to head to Panda & Sons for a drink. Panda & Sons look like a barbers on street level, but once you head downstairs and walk through the door disguised as a book case, you are taken into a dim light bar. How could we pass that up? So of course we went and what a perfect way to spend the last hour of my birthday in such a great location with amazing company!

DAY THREE



Our last day in Edinburgh, our train was mid afternoon, so we were up and ready to make most of what we had left here. We checked out but left our stuff at the hotel while we headed out for breakfast at The Caffeine Drip. Such a great last meal to have here!

After breakfast, we walked around and did a spot of shopping, as James also planned to purchase some earrings for me (as if he hasn't done enough for me already)

Since we had a limit amount of time, we decided to pop by the National Museum of Scotland before searching the internet to find where to get the famous fried Mars bar. Yes you read that correctly. if you didn't know already, Scotland are known for these, so of course we had to!

Let me tell you, there not as bad as they sound, James expected more batter around it, but other than that it was pretty much what I expected and really nice too. We luckily shared one because naturally they are so sweet and sickening. Let's put it this way - you can taste the guilt.

Before we knew it, it was time to head back to the hotel to get out things, before a quick coffee stop for James before boarding our train back to London.


I want to take this opportunity to say thank you, a big thank you again to my other half, the love of my life, the one, for planning one of the best birthdays I've ever had. He literately gave me everything  I wanted and more than I deserve!

As well as a very well planned trip, he also gave me a light box I've wanted since forever and earrings from Pandora. I have been truly spoilt and I am so so lucky.


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