If you are heading to Prague then you probably want to try some amazing traditional food. Where can you go to make sure the food you are eating is authentic Czech food and not just mediocre tourist fare? These are some of the best restaurants to try Czech food in Prague and they all have… Continue reading The 6 Best Restaurants to Try Czech Food in Prague
Surely, it is every little kids dream to get behind the bars at the zoo and help out the zoo keepers? From feeding the monkeys to stroking snakes, it is probably on the bucket list for a lot of grown ups too. It has definitely been on ours ever since we heard that we could… Continue reading Loving London – Zookeeper for a Day at ZSL London Zooo
London’s Soho is the West End’s most diverse and exciting zone. Emerging from its seedier days, in recent years a wave of gentrification has swept through, opening it up as a more family friendly destination. One of the things that has long made Soho an interesting place, is the amazing range of food options. In… Continue reading Eat Your Way Around the World in Soho, London
When you think of winter activities there are few that immediately spring to mind. I bet dog sledding is one of them! That is why it has always been on our bucket list and so dog sledding in Russia was must do” for our TransSiberbian travels. After a little research we found out that the… Continue reading Dog Sledding in Lake Baikal – TransSiberian Travels
During our visit to Perm, a small city that is a day’s train ride from Moscow, we enlisted the help of a tour company Evrasia Travel Bureau. They set up a day tour from Perm to GULAG Perm 36 and Kungur Ice Caves.
London is swarming with bottomless brunches. They vary wildly in price and value for money. Some cost a small fortune and only serve alcohol for an hour, or an hour and half. The Aeronaut, however, offers two brilliant brunches, and the Turbo Brunch at The Aeronaut is, in our opinions the most exciting bottomless brunch… Continue reading Loving London – Turbo Brunch at The Aeronaut
“Being cold sucks” – So reads the tagline for “>Ravean‘s winter gear, and I couldn’t agree more. I am a complete nightmare when I am cold and so it beggars belief that I booked a trip to northern China and Russia in January (average temperature -20°C/-29°F). Panic set in about just how miserable I was… Continue reading Ravean Down X Heated Jacket – A Review
Din Tai Fung is a mild infatuation for us here at flying Fluskey. We ventured out to the Hong Kong branch of Din Tai Fung on our first visit there in 2012, and have thought/dreamed/obsessed about it ever since. That is why, when we visited Taiwan (the home of Ding Tai Fung) we made a… Continue reading A Visit to the Original Din Tai Fung – Taipei, Taiwan
Planning for our trip to Russia, I started to panic about just how cold it was going to be. I mean, -30°C is pretty cold, especially as I have always struggled keeping my hands warm. I have been wearing thick gloves, shoved deep in my pockets and still, I have had freezing digits. After browsing… Continue reading 30Seven Gloves Comfort Stretch Waterproof – A Review
When I say the words “business hotel” what springs to mind? Dull rooms? An ageing computer centre? A fusty bar? Well, the Mergen Bator in Ulan Ude is a business hotel with a difference. A bit of fun and a lot of class, the Mergen Bator surprised us at every turn.