One of Georgia’s national dishes, Khachapuri is a soft, cheese-filled, egg-topped bread which is often served at breakfast and a traditional way to welcome friends and family to the table! Here is a delicious recipe for Khachapuri Adjaruli from King Arthur Baking Company!
This year I’m sharing some of my favourite recipes from around the world! Hailing from Eastern Europe, Pierogi are a delicious dumpling which can be filled with tasty sweet or savoury fillings!
Hostels are such a great option for a safe and inexpensive accommodation. If you’re a solo traveller, they’re a great choice for getting to meet new people and to get to know the area.
So I thought I’d share my top 6 hostels from my travels around the world…
We spent just over a week in Warsaw, discovering just what makes this capital city so special, and exploring a new world of food, history and culture.
Planning a trip to Warsaw? Make sure you read on to discover what you need to visit during your time in Poland’s biggest city!
One of our main reasons for visiting Ukraine was to head to Chernobyl. It’s always been on my radar and so I was determined to try and visit the site whilst we were travelling around Eastern Europe. We visited Chernobyl with a tour group… Continue Reading “Chernobyl, Ukraine”
We visited Krakow and Auschwitz last summer as part of our European adventure. Find out what we got up to in Krakow here. Auschwitz was one of the most interesting yet harrowing things I’ve ever experienced. And to be honest, words can’t truly describe… Continue Reading “Auschwitz”
Bratislava was a bit of pit-stop for us. We spent 36 hours in the city, mainly catching up on sleep, washing, and eating some proper home made food. But we still made sure we explored the city, visited some of it’s main attractions and… Continue Reading “Bratislava, Slovakia”
Georgia had been on my radar for a while. I didn’t know too much about it’s history, the geography, the culture; and that just made me want to visit even more. I was excited to discover just what this country had to offer and… Continue Reading “Tbilisi, Georgia”