I’m a little ashamed to admit I probably now know more about San Francisco’s history and streets than I do of my own capital city where I lived for almost 7 years. So, on a recent trip back to London I decided to educate myself a little more about the history of the streets and … More Camden Markets and Musical Legends
I loved visiting Waikiki Beach, but it was certainly a huge contrast to Kauai and an assault on the senses following 5 days in paradise! … More Waikiki Beach
What it’s like to volunteer with the SFSPCA … More Volunteering with the SFSPCA
Last week I was incredibly lucky to see some awesome (and I don’t use that word lightly!) wildlife while traveling the Northern California Coast. … More West Coast Wildlife
My guide to seeing & tasting San Francisco’s most famous and interesting neighborhoods. … More A Picnic Tour of San Francisco’s Local Neighborhoods
My first time skiing was brilliant! I’d definitely recommend Heavenly for first-timers. … More Heavenly Skiing as a Beginner
Chicago has something for everyone; foodies, craft beer fans, architecture geeks and sports fans alike.
My advice is to plan a spring or summer visit to really make the most out of this fun city. … More My Kind of Town (Chicago is)
There is an awful lot to do in LA and squeezing a trip into a weekend is difficult! Here are my highlights from a lovely sunny weekend in the City of Angels. … More Two Days in Los Angeles
Kaua’i was so incredible even my edited down blog post is humongous! I loved every second of visiting the incredible ‘garden island’ of Hawaii. … More Kaua’i – The Garden Island
No dry January here…
While many San Franciscans head to Lake Tahoe for skiing in January, we decided to take our first trip up to wine country. We headed to Sonoma Valley rather than its more famous cousin Napa.
One benefit of taking a trip to Sonoma in winter is that it’s quiet and offers a more intimate experience. … More A Wintery Wine Weekend