What I Ate Wednesday | Mediterranean Tapas at Byzantium – Birmingham

It was a night we headed to King’s Heath to check Moon Duo’s gig at Hare and Hounds. So, why not starting the night with a couple of drinks at Fletcher’s and then go straight to Byzantium for the dinner. When in King’s Heath, you just make the most of nice bars and restaurants around. […]

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Money saving tips| How to act smart when handling your interior design?

Is cutting the cost on your interior a challenge you want to tackle? Do you want to improve the curb appeal, décor and eventually boost the value of your home? Today we have prepared a dash of simple, yet great tips to help you save money or cut the cost while redecorating your home or […]

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What I ate Wednesday | Veggie tapas at El Borracho de Oro – Birmingham

My What I ate Wednesday is a bit different of the usual ones. I usually talk about the challenging and pleasant way of finding vegetarian meals wherever you go. It is usually related to restaurants I have been to in no particular order or specific time. It’s only a bookmark of nice food around. :O) […]

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Customisable Subscription Box | Awebox Review

There was a time in my life I was addicted to subscription boxes. I started signing for the beauty, the superfood, and I was seriously thinking about purchasing the pet ones. Receiving products on your letterbox is a brilliant way of discovering different brands. Besides, it’s a practical and economical service as well. Last month, […]

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My Long Haul Flight Essentials

A long distant destination can challenge your imagination sometimes. What to do and carry to feel comfortable in the air? I always make a list of possible things to distract me and help me to cope with a long flight. Luckily, nowadays there are several essentials gadgets and tools to go through it smoothly. Here’s […]

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My Adagio Tea Indulgence

Ok. I confess. I’m a tea snob. And Of course, I like it in its essence. No milk. Please, don’t spoil this millenary beverage. The history of tea brings us straight to China when it was still used for medicinal purposes, in the beginning, becoming popular among its population quite quickly. Then, it was brought […]

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What I ate Wednesday – Plant-based restaurants in Covent Garden | London

When the sunshine decides to make its “special guest” appearance, walking through the streets of London can be pretty inviting. If you like a mooch around the city, Covent Garden is the melting pot of quirky places in the capital. It is fulfilled with restaurants, bars, shops, theatres, arts performances in the street and its […]

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The World’s First Conservation Boot Camp | Seychelles

Cousin Island, which belongs to the Seychelles islands in the Indian Ocean, offers a very different experience for travellers interested in ecotourism. The site has a camp that teaches about conservation of nature called Conservation Boot Camp. It is a program for anyone who wants to have a conservation experience on a tropical island paradise. […]

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