“I’m going to really get under the skin of leafy, suburban London on my gap year,” said no-one, ever. But here I was, cast on my arm, dosed up on painkillers wondering when I could get out of the country again. I’ll admit there were a few moments where my frustration ran high, but the […]Read More Gap yearing in Berrylands
Burgers are in vogue. Everywhere you look these days there’s one for sale; from pop-up stalls to pubs to restaurants, the choice is endless. This is a food that has morphed from being predominantly a quick way to bag a bite to eat to high dining and a specialist cuisine. The cynic might say, “A […]Read More On the hunt for London’s best burger
For background on this road trip please see the Atlanta and Savannah blog entries. Asheville and Knoxville – Beers, pulled pork and Hugo Asheville has a reputation as being one of the homes of the micro-brewery in America and it does not disappoint. A city high up in the mountains with stunning views at every turn, this […]Read More Southern sun, BBQ and country music – A tour of the deep south – Asheville and Knoxville
When Hugo, Matt and I sat down to plan this trip we pretty much prioritised the three items in the title of this blog entry (we also decided we wouldn’t be adverse to a cheeky beer or two). We got our fill of all of these along with drinking moonshine, visiting the home of blues […]Read More Southern sun, BBQ and country music – A tour of the deep south – Atlanta.