As we’re crossing over (get it?) into autumn, the nights are colder and the weather seems to have given up on us. I have FINALLY made myself export the photos that I took on our little escapade to Rome. I had wanted to do this for so long but I had been too sad to accept that this trip seems so long ago now. Luckily, Barcelona’s on the list up next in 2 weeks (yay!).
I adore Rome, it’s definitely in my top two favourite places in Europe, up there with Vienna. Unfortunately, we’ve only had a short break there (4 days), but I’m definitely planning a trip back soon! I won’t go on about what’s there to see as I think there are much better guides out there, but I will leave a few recommendations for food (if you know me, you know I love food – especially Italian food). Continue reading “attraversiamo”
It doesn’t matter if you’re religious or not, Easter is always a nice little break to get together with family and friends or just to have some time off work. I think for me, this is the first Easter that I spend with only my other half and not any of our relatives or close ones. So it got me thinking what should we do? We weren’t really in the mood to travel anywhere so we just decided to spend the time we had off for Easter at home. Initially we said that we won’t go crazy about food and making any traditional dishes from home, but then, as I started thinking about this more and more I kind of craved them. And so I decided that why should we only have these deliciousness only when mama cooks it, when – not to blow my own horn here (clearly blowing my own horn here!!) – my mama’s recipes and my cooking go pretty awesome together. Continue reading “Happy Easter!”