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California girl living in Singapore by way of London. I've been fortunate to travel and live in some amazing places around the world. Love finding hidden gems, hanging with the locals, and enjoying great food and wine.
The The Anchor & Hope gastropub on The Cut is one of my favorite restaurants in London. I always recommend it to friends traveling there. You can't make reservations and there is usually a wait but it is worth it. They have a bar so you can grab a dr... See More
I'm going to be spending some time in New South Wales in December and January and plan to head to the wine country for at least one day and night. Looking for the best wine regions and wineries to visit. I'm not keen to go to the big name, Na... See More
Hi Katharina,I'm not sure if this place would be considered trendy, but a few months back I did a food tour in HCMC and we went to this hidden rooftop restaurant Secret Garden Vietnamese Restaurant & Tea House. It serves traditional Vietnamese food, ... See More
...A couple of pubs off the beaten path that I can't recommend enough are The Olde Bell in Hurley (very near Henley) and The Swan at Streatley. The Swan has dining right on the Thames near a lock and is a beautiful setting for lunch... See More
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Hey Birk,A few cafes/informal restaurants are: Caffe Amici right near the university is a favorite for LSE students. Wright's Bar on Houghton Street right in LSE is another favorite of students and staff. They do sandwiches, fry-ups etc and is very c... See More
A stroll along the South Bank is always a great London experience - between Waterloo and London Bridge. If you wanted to do this I recommend a fabulous gastrobpub, The Anchor & Hope near Waterloo station. You can't make reservations and its always bu... See More
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Hi Edouard,A few years ago I spent a few days in a charming town on the Southeastern coast called Torre delle Stelle. It's a beautiful place to spend one or two nights and enjoy the beach. The town is built up on the hillside and only has a handful o... See More
A friend and I are heading to Siem Reap for a few days in August. Looking for recommendations of good places to stay and eat/drink. For accommodation, would like to be in a location that is fairly central to all the sites and is also clean and safe.... See More
Hi Zoë I lived in London for a few years and afternoon tea was one of my favorite things to do! I've been to quite a few and my favorites are Connaught Hotel, The Chesterfield, and The Park Lane Hotel.The Connaught is a gorgeous hotel and they have t... See More