On our first night in Menorca, we headed away from the seafront in search of good steak and I remembered that I had bookmarked one with great reviews on my TripAdvisor app: Es Forn de Torre Soli Nou. So, we headed down a dark lane somewhere between Es Migjorn Gran and Alaior following signs for ‘Torre Soli Nou’. The restaurant is brilliantly signposted once you are down this lane, so…

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I recently spent a weekend in Guernsey taking in the sea, sights and restaurants. If you have never heard of Guernsey, it is the second largest of the Channel Islands, located in the English Channel between England and France, although a lot closer to France than I thought. A tax haven, Guernsey is not part of the EU or the UK which makes it a kind of anglo-french Switzerland if…

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On our first day on Menorca, after a couple of hours diving off rocks and sunbathing at the stunning Es Calo Blanc, we drove into Binibeca Vell, an old mock fishing village resort designed in the 1970s by Spanish architect Antonio Sintes with accommodation¬†and restaurants, bars and shops. (You can read more here.) Now, I know I make a big deal of this on the blog, but I hate walking…

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Last week I had the pleasure of dining in Brussels for an evening, after being invited by P&G to join them at the launch of their new Fabric Care campaign (more on that to come). My obsessive, compulsive¬†Trip Advisor addiction tends to kick in when I don’t have control over where I am eating. I just want to try all of the best food! However, I did trust who I…

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