Jordan | Movenpick Bitter Orange Marmalade

Jordan | Movenpick Bitter Orange Marmalade

Almost 90% of the produce at Movenpick Dead Sea Resort & Spa is locally sourced which is an incredibly high figure, and you can taste it in the food that you eat, everything tastes fresh, is packed full of colour and full of flavour. Each year 2000 kilos of organic oranges are harvested by the team and made into Bitter Orange Marmalade which you can find as part of the breakfast buffet. We were lucky enough to take part in a cooking class to see how it was made.

Jordan | Petra by Night

Jordan | Petra by Night

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]”It takes about 3-4 hours and ten people to light the 1500 candles” which pave the way from the Siq through to the Treasury our guide tells us as we walk leisurely on the same route the next morning.  This time Petra is...
How to Host Great Travel Trips for Media and Bloggers

How to Host Great Travel Trips for Media and Bloggers

Media, Fam and Press Trips I’ve been lucky enough to go on quite a few trips over the years and here are some of the ‘Best Practice’ tips I’ve picked up along the way either as personal experience, or feedback with other travellers on what works well and preferences....
Kilimanjaro | Moshi

Kilimanjaro | Moshi

This is one of those posts, that was in draft and should have been published a long time ago, but it’s too precious not to post now.  A recap of my time in Moshi before starting Mount Kilimanjaro trek. Day T – 3 Dubai – Kilimanjaro via Nairobi...
Silom Cooking School

Silom Cooking School

Silom Cooking School, Bangkok It’s not great secret that I love spicy food ! Thai food hits the spot perfectly, spicy, fragrant and packed full of flavour. Packed full of fresh ingredients it’s a popular treat here in Dubai and when I’m travelling in...
Thailand | Chanthaburi Tales Part 2

Thailand | Chanthaburi Tales Part 2

Next morning, after a surprisingly good nights sleep, we took a walk to the market which is over 100 years old and enjoyed breakfast whilst touring the streets again, some amazing hot, fresh spring rolls with crunchy crushed peanuts and a sweet chilli sauce plus bits...
Thailand | Chanthaburi Tales Part 1

Thailand | Chanthaburi Tales Part 1

After rather reluctantly leaving our beautiful Chansumut homestay in the Prasae Community (you can read about it here), we left Rayong and drove to the next Province, Chanthaburi which is famous for it’s “magnificent waterfalls, fruit, peppercorns, gems,...
I don’t want you to come to Dubai ….

I don’t want you to come to Dubai ….

I don’t want you to come to Dubai … and leave thinking that Dubai is all about Five Star Hotels, VIP Experiences, pristine Hotel Beaches, Expensive Night Clubs, Shopping and the Desert ! I want you to come to Dubai and see it all !! See Dubai, the place I call home,...

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