The Rare Welsh Bit

Carriacou, Grenada: The Isle of Reefs

Views over Hillsborough, Carriacou from Hillsborough Fort

The largest island in the Grenadines at just seven miles long, Carriacou (pronounced “carry-a-coo” or “carry-coo”) is one of three islands comprising the state of Grenada, also known as The Spice Island. Located 23 miles north-east from its big sister, Carriacou (or ‘Isle of Reefs’) is perhaps best known for its traditional boat-building and fishing […] Read more…

Nomad Travel: The Best Countries to Live, Based on Food

Butter prawns at Empire Seafood Restaurant in Sandakan, Sabah

Does the nomad travel lifestyle appeal to you? You’re certainly not alone. Let’s take a look at some of the best countries to live in based on the food available locally. Have you ever explored the idea of developing a location-independent lifestyle based around the things you love? Living a location-independent lifestyle is the big […] Read more…

5 Delectable Dining Experiences From 10 Years of Culinary Travel

Nasi Lemak

This month, I’m excited to be co-hosting Adventures of a London Kiwi, Binny’s Food and Travel and SilverSpoon London’s August Travel Link-up. We’re writing about the most memorable meals from our travels and we’re inviting our fellow travel bloggers to join in! To get involved, simply write a blog post about the most stand-out dining […] Read more…

Grenada Hotels: 7 Places to Stay to Suit All Budgets

The two infinity pools at Mount Edgecombe Plantation Resort, Grenada

Discover why Grenada – the so-called Island of Spice – is a top destination to watch in 2020, and check out five of the best Grenada hotels to book for your stay to suit a range of budgets, as tried-and-tested by yours truly. A tri-island archipelago in the eastern Caribbean, Grenada comprises of the island […] Read more…