South Tyrol: Day 4

Wait! I didn’t finish telling you about Day 3! We left the peace and quiet of the countryside and headed for Bolzano, the capital of South Tyrol. City life here, however, isn’t what you’d expect. A quaint town with an outstanding quality of life, ranked highly amongst all of Italy, with a combination of youthfulness from … Continue reading South Tyrol: Day 4

South Tyrol: Day 3

For a better view of our stunning surroundings, we decided to take a hike. A moderately challenging hike up Alta Pusteria on the Stoneman Trail ascends 120km, and is more than worth the climb for the view from the top. But we’ll start at the bottom, where we made our first friends. Fluffy sheep traversed the terrain … Continue reading South Tyrol: Day 3

South Tyrol: Day 2

There’s an energising effect about fresh mountain air that awakens the soul. A morning spent on the balcony, filling your lungs whilst taking in the view of vast mountains is more stimulating than any cup of coffee. After a quick fill of the extensive offering of the breakfast bar, including goats milk yoghurts, mountain cheese, … Continue reading South Tyrol: Day 2

South Tyrol: Day 1

Over the past year+, I’ve been on a collection of life changing, memory making trips around the world. But, I’ve been too busy to properly tell you about them. I know I’ve shared tidbits and some of them are published, but I’d love to sit down with a cup of tea and share some of these … Continue reading South Tyrol: Day 1


You’re hungry. You want copious amount of food that will comfort your stomach, ease your mind and soothe your soul. I hear you’re dealing with a tube strike in London (I’m on a beach in California, not sorry), so now, more than ever, you need an edible hug. Take yourself to Soho, get your bum on … Continue reading Bao