Tuesday, 12 March 2019

A little announcement: my contribution to two books

When I was 18-19 years old I started developing an obsession with travel.  I watched every single travel documentary on French TV and my mam even bought me a subscription to a travel magazine called GEO which I loved reading.

At that time, I already knew I wanted to pursue tourism studies, live in an English speaking country and see the world. Many years later, not only have I done all these things but I also started French Foodie in Dublin and Delicious Dublin Tours which have both brought me some great opportunities.

Saturday, 2 March 2019

The Gastronomic Digest #4


I have to admit not being good with this column. I blame my thesis for taking all my writing and reading energy these days, but I only have two months left of this excuse. Anyway, I hope you had a good week and got to enjoy the few rays of sunshine we were lucky enough to experience earlier this week. So here are a few things that I found interesting or, in some cases, topics that made my blood boil this week...

Sunday, 24 February 2019

Argentinian Flair in Portobello: Alma (Dublin 8)

When people happen to know that I've done a round the world trip they always ask me what my favourite country was. Without a blink, I always reply "Argentina". Barbecues with the locals in Buenos Aires, seeing penguins in their natural habitat in Puerto Madryn, cycling around the vineyards in Mendoza and sipping hot chocolate in snowy Ushuaia are some of my favourite memories of my six weeks there. Not only were some of the places we visited incredibly diverse and beautiful but the locals were some of the most laid back and friendly people I've met. I'd go back in a heartbeat.


Saturday, 16 February 2019

The Gastronomic Digest #3


I completely forgot to write the third edition of my Gastronomic Digest this week for publication yesterday.  I knew it would be a tough commitment when I decided to start it but sure, it's still ok to post it on a Saturday morning.