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A little while ago last year, P decided to have her hen’s party in Thailand – specifically an epic week in Koh Samui. Unfortunately, she caught an awful cold just before the trip and was ...
A mere hour away from London by train lies Cambridge, not just a university as I had always thought but an entire university town. I get a little faint-hearted when I think about all of the mayhem that you could get up to living in a town that literally grew up around your university.
As fast as it happened, summer in London is almost officially over. Looking outside of the windows right now it’s all doom and gloom, and somehow I’m thinking the hype about how rubbish the weather is here is 100% true. I’ve never been a person to embrace wintertime, perhaps it’s because I was born in the summer but I feel like perhaps the best things in life happen when the sun is shining down on you.
There’s a waiting list of approximately 6 months for Dabbous, our booking was made back in April, and it’s my luck (and someone else’s misfortune) that I’m able to squeeze onto the table. There’s a considerable amount of hype behind Dabbous, but tonight we’re here for a celebration and the £54 tasting menu.
The es&t team have been writing together for almost 4 years now (where did the time go??) and while this slow patch has definitely been our worst, please rest assured knowing that in the end we will always return to the blog.
Somehow Chicago’s architecture, food and the ridiculously nice people won me over and Chicago turned out to be my favourite city on our entire holiday (the copious amounts of alcohol we consumed may also have something to do with this).
I have a small confession to make. I keep calling my holiday the Road Trip, but the truth is we only actually drove for half of the holiday! After realising that we didn’t actually want to visit ...
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