Tsukiji fish market – Tokyo, Japan

Today’s blog won’t be very pretty to look at, mostly if you are vegetarian! I am taking you to Tsukiji market, Tokyo’s fish market. This is one of the main sights to visit when in Japan. What I didn’t expect though is that it would look rather rough and like a slaughterhouse (well it is […]

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Nishiki Market – Kyoto

Kyoto is amazing, that’s a given. It is full of history, world-famous sights, shops, and it is a foodie’s heaven. If you like to eat, and you are not afraid to try new things, the first place you have to head to once in Kyoto is Nishiki Market. You will find the market in the […]

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Christmas 2017 – Gift guide for Travelers

You are a wanderluster still wondering what to put on your letter to Santa? Someone close to you caught the travelling bug and cannot stay still? This gift guide is for you! I know it is still a little early to talk about Christmas but I personally like to plan what I am going to […]

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The prettiest Cotswolds villages

The Cotswold is one of the prettiest areas of England I have ever been to. Rolling hills, green valleys, quaint villages, everywhere you look is out of a postcard. We stayed at The Wood Norton and woke up bright and early to make the most of the 2 days we had in the region. On […]

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Travelling in style – Rimowa, worth it?

With an average price of £400+ for a medium size luggage, one could wonder if buying a Rimowa suitcase really worth it. What justify such a price tag? Is it made of gold? Does it roll itself across the airport? The answer is no, there is no gold or self-driven functionality. Rimowa developed a strong […]

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French Pharmacy guide – 10 products to buy

For those of you who have been visiting my little corner of the internet for a while, you will know that there are three things I love more than anything! Well… After my cat, and my husband. I guess. I love travelling, decorating rooms and skincare. I am actually obsessed with skincare. I have so […]

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14 foods to try in Japan

It is not all about sushi in Japan, far from it! I would almost compare Japanese cuisine to French cuisine, there is so much diversity! Meat dishes, fish dishes, pastries, Japanese food is varied and you won’t get bored while eating there. Now it can be a little overwhelming and intimidating to order in a […]

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Travelling in style – Best small bags

Today’s post is a mix of travel and fashion. I am a girl after all, and I am French, so I like an ‘oh so chic!’ touch even when I am hiking up a steep hill in Lisbon or petting a deer in Japan. I just cannot help it, there is nothing I dislike more […]

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