Berry Beetroot Smoothie Recipe

The benefits of beetroots are endless and I have a love/hate relationship with them. I use to hate them growing up, but as you get older your palate starts to appreciate different tastes. Take red wine for example, I could never understand why anyone would choose to drink it. Now I crave it in the evenings (although I try not to give in).

Well with beetroot I have days when I just can’t wait to devour it, then somedays I hate it. But I have found a way to keep it jazzy with this mixed berry beetroot smoothie.

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Uncovering the ancient ruins of Pompeii

While we were staying in Sorrento as our hub to explore the enchanting Amalfi coast, we took a day trip out to Pompeii to visit the infamous ruins. Many people decide to rent cars when exploring this mediterranean coast however, I advice against it. I am so glad we stuck to public transport, with the Circumvesuviana train it takes around 45 minutes or less to get to Pompeii from Sorrento. It is almost midway between Naples and Sorrento. Driving is not only less cost effective,  but it also means you miss the great views along the way.

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The Best of London’s Street Art

London is known for many things and while there are the glamourous things to see like the Buckingham palace and MI5 building, there is also a more artsy and expressive side of London.

Many know of Shoreditch and Brick lane – home to the hipsters and some great graffiti and artwork.

london streetart

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Oxford’s Gem – Pitt Rivers Museum

Most people associate Oxford with the infamous Oxford University (sorry Mom that I didn’t decide to get my degree here) and of course, Harry Potter. Spending a day in Oxford allows you enough time to walk around the city centre and take in the great architecture. Continue reading “Oxford’s Gem – Pitt Rivers Museum”