I love rum! Whenever I visit a different country, this is usually the souvenir I will bring home. I love the fact that they hold memories from the places I have picked them up from too…. 1. Don Q – Puerto Rico: Working as cabin crew I don’t always get to leave the airport
Author Archives: Nicola Dunkinson
My first guest post for My TNT is now up online: Volunteering Abroad. I discuss volunteering abroad and an orphanage in India which I spent some time at….
Hong Kong is a wonderful mixing pot of east meets west. One minute you could be on a street full of swanky cocktail bars, the next you could find yourself wondering down a side street with markets full of fruit, vegetables and strange unrecognisable dried things! I spent a few nights in Hong Kong with
I love the Caribbean and one of the islands I have visited a lot is Antigua, my favourite beach on the island is Dickenson Bay, I recently blogged about this lovely place for Tropical Sky: Dickinson Bay, Antigua Beach Holidays.
Kew is a leafy suburb in the South West of London. I was there at the weekend and just happened to stumble across Kew village market, which takes place on the first Sunday of every month. The sun was shining and there was a nice atmosphere as people strolled about and browsed the delights of
*Updated in January 2019* I love nothing more than visiting New York in the winter. It’s a great city to visit in any season but there is something about it in the winter that is just so magical. I love the Rockefeller Christmas tree, along with all the glitzy decorations and twinkley window displays that
I recently visited family in Denver, known as the ‘mile high city’ it can be found around 5280ft above sea level. I was really interested to discover that not only does altitude have an effect on our bodies, but also cooking and baking and having always lived at sea level this is not something I
The Shanghai Mansion in Bangkok’s Chinatown is a tranquil retreat away from the hustle and bustle of this chaotic but exciting city. Welcomed by the friendly staff with a refreshing iced tea, the scene is set with vibrantly coloured lanterns hanging from the ceilings and ponds filled with colourful fish; creating an oriental feast for
I was in Mauritius during Diwali, or the Festival of Lights as it is also known. During the festival celebrations clay pots are filled with oil and burnt overnight in households symbolising the power of good over evil. The first evening I was there I stumbled across a free open air dance performance, put on as