Celebrating my best friend’s birthday in the middle of the desert at Scarabeo Desert Camp with a Camel Ride and a candle lit Tagine Dinner.
A stay fit for Royalty at Cliveden House, complete with afternoon tea aboard a 100 year old boat floating down the Thames and a special VIP menu for dogs.
Discover my favourite things to see, eat and do in Marrakech including a Camel ride, a trip to the desert and experiencing a traditional Morrocan Hammam!
Let’s go fly a kite, up to the highest height – that’s where you’ll find kite’s flying from the rims of champagne glasses anyway. Mary Poppins has returned to London and put her supercalifragilisticexpialidocious stamp on afternoon tea at London’s highest height; Aqua Shard!
As my blog namesake, I am astounded that I’ve never thought to have Kalanchoes (Flaming Katy) in our flat. They flower, but they’re actually succulents, which means they barely need watering (just once a week) and stay in bloom for 10 weeks at a time; little wonder, then, that they are the second most popular houseplant after orchids!
Arriving into St Tropez, the first thing we noticed was that there are no high rises. Just beautiful cobbled streets filled with flowers growing up the side of buildings and beautiful colourful shutters on sand coloured buildings.
Chateau De La Treyne has literally been pulled out of a Fairy Tale and carefully positioned on top of a cliff overlooking the Dordogne river.