Family Thai Dinner At Chaophraya

This restaurant is in a wonderful location with gorgeous views of the Edinburgh castle in the background not sure why I had never been there before. The ambience at Chaophraya is such a vibe. Thank goodness we booked a table because it was jam-packed in there, we didn’t have to wait for ages to get…

A Crispy Fish Supper at the Newhaven Fish Market

Edinburgh has got such a dynamic mix of different types of food options that it is difficult to eat everywhere but I knew exactly where to go for fish and chips. Newhaven has a long history of fishing dating back to the 18th century and as much as some things have changed other things stay…

A Floral Wimbledon Theme at Tigerlily

Plans to go and watch the Wimbledon finals in London didn’t quite go according to plan, so watched on screen. Being back in Edinburgh was just awesome as always because I got to see my family and friends and of course, go to my old stomping grounds to chill. Tigerlily is known for its instagrammable…

An Agronomy Lesson at AGCO Future Farm

Initially, I wasn’t too eager about going to a farm as I wasn’t sure how the day would pan out purely because I didn’t know what to expect, but I stayed open-minded about it.‌ ‌By‌ ‌the‌ ‌ ‌afternoon having experienced the AGCO Future Farm I left there feeling very informed and thoroughly enjoyed being there….

Travel: Exploring Historic Stone Town

Zanzibar boasts one of the world’s most beautiful coastlines with its white sands and turquoise waters, a trip there is one of the most spectacular experiences in East Africa. Stone Town located on the western coast of Unguja, the main island is the old part of Zanzibar City and is one of the most interesting…

Relaxing Beach Views at Zanzibella Hotel & Spa

After several hours of delays getting from Lusaka to Dar es Salaam which is only a two-hour flight, finally made it to Kiwengwa in Zanzibar to relax with beach views at Zanzibella. Although check-in was a little shaky to begin with, things were eventually sorted out. As a gesture of apology, we were offered a…

A Moroccan Lunch at Dar Lalla

After taking a wrong turn, came across this place which actually turned out to be very convenient because I was famished and have been wanting some Moroccan food for a very long time and finally got it. Located in the Lilayi area of Lusaka away front the hustle and bustle of the city, this restaurant…

Midweek Garden Salad Vibes

This summer has been a roasting hot one for most of us in the southern hemisphere and the vegetable garden is thriving. Having hot food does not always work in hot weather so we opt for something simple and light like a colourful and healthy garden salad on the side as we barbeque. Ingredients 1…

Swift Tea Break at Ciêla Resort and Spa 

It was a strangely gloomy drizzly summers morning but went to briefly see some folks playing in the charity golf tournament at Bonanza. Although the hotel has been open for a while now, have not set foot this side of town in ages and the last time I ventured there, the only thing there was…

Recreating Mum’s Peanut Butter Chicken Dish

My mum passed away twenty-four years ago this month, and I had a memory of how she used to make this peanut butter chicken dish, remember the smell like it was yesterday. Paying homage to her memory by recreating the flavours and taste how I recall them. Added spices and hot chilli sauce courtesy of…