Jake and Dannie are two photographers who just sold their house and put their established photography studio on hold to free themselves up for a big adventure. They have just embarked on a one-year journey across Europe with their baby girl, Lisa. You can follow their great journey at: https://www.jakeanddannie.com
Stéphane is a French catering manager from Paris. Recently, he realized that he no longer saw the people and the things that surrounded him. He decided to travel and capture images by releasing his sensitivity...
Stéphane is not a photographer but simply a person who has decided to open his eyes to the world around him.
His work is an introspective initiatory journey through my travels in Vietnam.
48 Hours in Singapore - today we will be featuring my home city - Singapore. We wouldn't really say Singapore is a country. It is rather a city state. First and foremost, Singapore is so so small with 710 km² land area that you can hardly see it on the world map. Perhaps the text 'Singapore' label on the map is way bigger than the dot-sized area of Singapore itself. Contradictorily, this "small dot" is quite an impressive city being so advanced and progressive. Compared to the other Asian countries, cities or European capitals, the artistry of Singapore's tourism efforts also makes it deserving an online guide of how to optimise your stay. In case you are planning a 48 Hour trip to Singapore, we hope the following notes help. So let's cut to the chase and start with 8 P.M. Esplanade Theatres on the Bay
Esplanade is where you can experience a real lifestyle – shopping, dining and performing arts. The remarkable and unique architecture, what locally people called it the fruit 'Durian'. There is a roof-top garden, library@esplanade, cafes as well as an outside food court offering the best Singaporean cuisines. Clean, well-maintained yet beautiful sights and well-lighted place. This is a good place for relaxation after a busy day and best to go after the Merlion Park. Next morning, how about a swim at the Infinity Pool?
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Then start the morning with Singaporean favourite breakfast item - Roti Prata!
7 A.M. Roti Prata
Some people might disagree with me that this is a
snack. It is a common breakfast item with its recipe deriving from the original
pancake recipes from India and Pakistan. People also eat it as a supper item.
In case if you do not know yet, Singapore is a multi-racial society, pretty
cosmopolitan place - and a melting pot of British (Eurasians), Indian, Malay and mainly
Today, Singaporeans enjoy our diversity in
particular the influences onto our meals from different cultures, be it Indian,
or Malay, Chinese or Western. The places you can find Roti Prata upon touching
down is the Changi Airport Departure Transit Lounges at Terminal 1 & 3.
It is 24 hours, so proceed straight to Level 3 for your first crispy Roti
8 A.M. Marina Bay
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Then have a morning walk in the Marina Bay area and then walk to the Central Business District, Tanjong Pagar, Club Street and Singapore River. Head to the Gillman's Centre for Contemporary Art if you want to see some exhibitions and artist-in-residence programs. From
Gillman’s Centre for
take a 30-minutes walk to reach the 274-metre steel ribs and local wood bridge
called Henderson Waves. Next to Chinatown area and smoke into its original charm. There several streets such as Smith Street and Pagoda Street, the oldest Hokkien temple, Thian Hock Keng Temple at Telok Ayer Street. Procced next to the URA Gallery at Maxwell Road then have a lunch at Maxwell Food Centre along South Bridge Road.
12 P.M. Char Kway Teow
One of the recommended national favourite dishes to try is Char Kway Teow. Kway Teow are flattened rice noodles and cut into strips. So 'Char' is a cooking style that means 'to stir-fry' over very high heat. This national favourite is a popular noodle dish. Mainly the ingredients are bean sprouts, prawns, deshelled cockles, small wallop
of belachan, chilli, dark soy sauce that gives it a dark colouring, light soy
sauce, chopped chives, stir-fried egg, fishcake, Chinese sausage, pork lard croutons.
2 P.M. Food Republic
flickr/Dr Norbert Heidenbluth
Go for a personable brunch or lunch experience with multi-cultural food offerings at the best of hawker fare and restaurant dining. Here at Food Republic, only food from highly rated and well sought-after food stalls are offered. Whether if you just want a coffee or some small snacks, you can find out the best local food all at one stop. Or have a High-tea Dim Sum and Dim Sum places in Singapore:
Asia Grand Restaurant at Odeon Towers (North Bridge Road)
Bosses at VivoCity (Harbourfront Walk) #02-156
Cherry Garden Chinese Restaurant at Mandarin Oriental
(Raffles Avenue) 5F
Crystal Jade Palace at Ngee Ann City (Orchard Road) #04-19
Din Tai Fung at Paragon (Orchard Road) #B1-03
Yum Cha at Chinatown (Trengganu Street) #02-01
Yum Cha Garden at Serangoon Garden Country Club (Kensington
Park Road) 22
6 P.M. Singapore River
Singapore River and the most beautiful part of this area is the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Do explore the Chinatown Heritage Centre, visit the oldest mosque Jamae Mosque at South Bridge road, Pinnacle@Duxton Skybridge, Red Dot Design Museum, Singapore Coin and Notes Museum which features the local commemorative coins, history of coinage and local currency. The most important Hindu Sri Mariamman Temple. Peranakan culture and traditional Straits Chinese households furnishings at Neil Road's Baba House. For history buffs, do check out the Sir Stamford Raffles’ Landing Site, Boat Quay and Perankan Museum on Armenian Street.
7 P.M. Merlion Landmark
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Head on to the Merlion landmark at One Fullerton Merlion Park. Enjoy the breeze and experience the night view at the vantage point for the Singapore Flyer, Esplanade theatres and Marina Bay Sands. Grab an ice-cream wafer or ice-cream sandwich to recapture a retro experience next to the waterfront promenade.
9 P.M. Chilli Crab
9PM might be considered late night eating (but it really depends on your culture) for some may not. If you are not used to having late night bites, you
may want to skip this, but supper hot spots in Singapore is pretty common.
people eat Dim Sum like paper-wrapped curry chicken, phoenix prawn, stir-fried
dishes from zi char establishments, Fried Brinjal with pork floss, Salted Egg
and Butter Pork Ribs, the Roti Prata, Bee Hoon, Porridge, Chicken Pie, Frappe
or 3-colour milk tea (of coconut sugar, fresh milk and tea), ice homemade
barley drinks, Nasi Lemak, Mee Rebus, Nasi Padang, Grilled seafood, Korean
Barbeque, Hong Kong style porridge and desserts such as sesame paste. Bak Chor
Mee, Sliced Fish Been Hoon, Ban Mian, Wanton Dumpling Noodles, Ampang Yong Tau
Foo, the peppery Pork Ribs Soup (Bak Kut teh), Fish head steamboat, seafood
like pomfret, red garouper,
Doubled-boiled brewed soup. Roasted spring chicken, Baked fresh prawns.
Meatballs and fishballs. Kambing Soup, Mutton Cheese Murtabak, Teh Tarik, Teh
halia, Ramen in chicken or pork broth. Singapore is a food paradise, so you can
find these almost any part of the island.
10 P.M. Super Trees Grove
flickr/tommy ga-ken wan
Supertrees are vertical gardens with
environmentally sustainable functions up as high as 50 metres high. There are
photovoltaic cells embedded on these trees to harvest solar energy. Large
canopies as high as 16 storeys high. Besides, there three other parts namely, the reinforcement concrete core, planting panels of the living skin and its trunk.
At Supertree Grove and the Golden and Silver Gardens, there are altogether are 18 of these super trees. One recommendation is to stroll along the 128-metre OCBC Skyway at the height of 22-metres to
take in the views of the Gardens. There are over 162,900 plants, ferns, orchids,
tropical flowering climbers and many varieties of bromeliads (monocot flowering
plants). In addition, there is a bistro for chilling and capturing panoramic
views of the surrounding Marina Bay area.
11 P.M. Double Helix Bridge
This pedestrian only bridge itself offers a good
photography opportunity when it is lighted at night in particular. It is not
just an engineering and architecture marvel. It gives a very futuristic appeal
too. You may observe from the viewing platforms for the Singapore skyline along
the waterfront from the bridge that connects Ritz Hotel and the Shoppes at MBS.
Walk four kilometers around the bay from the Helix Bridge and you can cover:
Singapore Flyer ferris wheel, Flight Experience Flight Simulator, Marina Bay
Sands Skypark, Makansutra Glutton’s Bay, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay.
If it is beautiful of any sights mentioned above, you need not do all of them within one day. Leave some for Day 2, or you can checkout the night version (or the day version vice versa) for more coverage. Other interesting culture related sights includes: Arab Quarter, Haji Lane, Little India, Asian Civilisations Museums at Empress Place, Tiffin Room high tea at Raffles Hotel and Jumbo Seafood. Might be good to see those old shophouses at Ann Siang Hill and Club Street, Keong Saik Road, Yong Siak Street and try the highly recommended "Tim Ho Wan" Dim sum at Orchard Road.
If you still have sometime in the evenings, chill with some drinks at Clarke Quay which is lined full with pubs and restaurants. Have a beautiful lookout over the glittery pulse of the area. Extending your trip a little later into the night? Then watch a light show at night from Ku De Ta - the finest entertainment destination in Southeast Asia. We hope you enjoy a great 48 Hours of rich cultural tapestry, vibrant arts scene, great food and amazing street life that we have in Singapore.
So the thing is, I had been writing a lot about our travels in different European cities and Asia and my husband said I forgot to cover one important city – that is the city we used to live in – Budapest.
Today you will see not just beautiful panorama photo of Budapest like this, I will also bring you around to show you how you can maximize your trip, if you only have 48 hours in Budapest.
1. Castle District
flickr/ Marius Roman
Buda Castle district and Chain Bridge (Lanchid) is the other amazing sight besides the innovative nightlife, culture and ruined gardens. These establishments using abandoned properties also give the creativity outlet for young startups, extending their businesses to the younger group, affording their beers and beverages at very little expense. If you touched down at the Budapest airport, take the airport shuttle (shuttle.hu) or taxi services (Fotaxi which is the more reliable taxi provider). Whether you are traveling to Budapest by flights (offered by Wizzair, BA, Easyjet or Jet2.com) or by trains, you can see this beautiful night scene crossing the Danube River. If you come by train and arriving at Nyugati Station, you can take tram no.4 or no. 6 to cross the Danube river. The Royal Castle and the Castle District (Neo-gothic Matthias Church) and Fishermen's Bastion (Halaszbastya) can be your day one program. See the seven turrets on this mock rampart which symbolises the seven Hungarian tribes who came to Europe at first.
Recently, there has been a lot of write up on CNN travel, on BBC and major online websites that Hungary/Budapest is really one of the most inexpensive city to visit. The value is so great (1 Euro is equivalent to 304 Hungarian Forints) plus Budapest is so beautiful. How exactly can you make your 48 hours so fun-filled? Where exactly are the places and sights to see? And since we used to be living in Budapest, this makes us one of the best people around to provide you an online Budapest guide to spend your 48 hours well. Let's start with the famous Hungarian snack, Langos. 2. Langos
So this is the much brag about Hungarian flat bread speciality called Langos. This is made of flour, yeast, salt and water. What is so special that you must try it is that, it is very crispy. The toppings gives it one of a kind, unique taste. In Hungary, you must try the sour cream. The other classic topping is cheese and some garlic juice sprinkled on top. Nothing more. After you've tried it, should you decide to make it at home, you may check out the recipe here. Do not underestimate this Langos. It is very heavy and the best places you can eat it on the spot is at the Central Market Hall or the market (piac) behind Mammut shopping mall. Then spend the next 2-3 hours walking around the free places to burn it all off. Here is a list of free places to walk and suggested sights to explore the beauty of Budapest. 3. New York Cafe Budapest
Flickr/ Glenn and Lina
Walking on the Grand Boulevard is a must. Then, do not missed the opulent edifice architecture where the New York Cafe Budapest is. It is part of the Boscolo Hotel, a luxury 5-star hotel on the Erzebet korut 9. The reason why you must check it is because, it was famed the world's most wonderful cafe. In those days, the elite of Hungary's literary world hung around here often. 4. Confectionary (Lukacs Cukraszda)
flickr/ Richard and Jo deMeester
If not, you can stopped for a freshly brewed coffee at Lukacs Cukraszda for some beautifully made confectionary. This confectionary (in Hungarian is 'Cukraszda') is located in the inner city and central pest area. Perfect after walking the Andrassy Avenue or if you are somewhere near the Heroes' Square or near the Vorosmarty street.
5. World Heritage: Andrassy Avenue
Lots of villas of the noble families lined the Andrassy Avenue which is an elegant World Heritage Site connected to the City Park (Varosliget). The eclectic neo-Renaissance houses, villas and palaces by distinguished architects can be found here. Try the first subway line in continental Europe, the yellow line or the Millennium Underground Railway M1. Some key places to check if you are around here are: Elizabeth Square, Oktogon, State Opera House, Liszt Ferenc square, Kodaly Korond, House of Terror Museum, Bajza utca (residential villas), Heroes' Square. 6. Cafe Gerbeaud
If you like these outdoor traditional coffeehouses setting, you may also check out Cafe Gerbeaud. The interior design of this confectionary has special stucco ceiling of Rokoko style of Louis XIV of France. There are also Maria Theresa of Austria inspired chandeliers. 7. Ruined Pubs and Gardens
flickr/ Laura Aitchison
However, if you want to check out the currently famous ruined courtyard and gardens, you may check this Szimpla kert. Kazinczy area has a good list of ruined gardens and ask for a 'froccs'. In the spring, have a coffee and in summer, you're recommended to have a cold beer. 8. Goulash
Must taste the authentic Hungarian goulash when in Budapest. Best is when they are served in pots like this.
9. Fresh Produce of Hungary
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Fresh vegetables, whole and mostly close to perfect are presented nicely. The thin skin TV paprika are mild even sweet, while the eros paprika (the light green ones) are hot, peppery hot. The large vine ripened tomatoes are ever so beautiful and delicious. In Spring, the strawberries and raspberries are in season and not to be missed! You can find them sold by kilos in markets and various fruits and green grocers stalls.
10. Gothic Revival Parliament
flickr/ Zsolt Bugarszki
This Gothic Revival style, notable landmark of Hungary is the Hungarian Parliament building in Budapest. It is one of Europe's oldest legislative buildings and one of the tallest building in Budapest. You can find it on the Lajos Kossuth square on the bank of the Danube where its main facade faces the River Danube.
11. Tram No. 2
First, do take tram no. 2 for a sweeping view of Danube and Pest after you've purchase some BKV public transportation tickets. Be sure to validate your tickets before the ride and Tram No. 2 runs from Jaszai Mari ter by the Margaret Bridge (Margit hid). So it serves as an enjoyable introduction to the city down to the Pest side of the Danube river.
When you pass the neo-Gothic Parliament and Museum of Ethnography, you can see some Hungarian folk art, just be sure to avoid it on Mondays. From Kossuth ter is how you can get there. Then pass this Szechenyi Chain Bridge as it is historically the first bridge between Buda and Pest. Castle District is right on the Buda side. Other two worthwhile places to see is the Fovam Square (Fovam ter) and the Central Market Hall (Nagycsarnok). Today, the addition to this area to sight see is the multi-purpose Balna (formerly known as CET Building) which looks like a whale. This glass-roofed Balna Budapest is the latest state-of-the-art cultural and entertainment shopping center. For culture seekers, there are galleries, shops, cafes, exhibition, restaurants etc. So from Mondays to Thursday, it is opened from 8am til midnight, and weekends til 2am. 12. Palace of Arts
Classic attractions are Palace of Arts (mupa.hu) which is the finest concert halls in Europe. If you like to shop for some souvenirs, the best suggestions are paprika, fresh vegetables, salami. The thing to note is to avoid the stalls on the right hand side as they are targetting tourists mainly. Then in the afternoon for lunch, do check out the Hungarian styled tapas and fuller meals with a fresh duck salad. Of course we want to mention the Hungarian wines. 13. Thermal Baths
You can make the second part of the afternoon a cultural tour to the Applied Arts Museum (Corvin negyed station) and check out the Art Nouveau elements of Hungary - Odon Lechner that has a pure white interior. It encompasses the Hungarian and Turkic ornamentation on the outside and features permanent displays in particular the Art Nouveau wooden and gold clock.
For the health-conscious, try the Themal bath (szechenyibath.com). If you want to also have a swim, do *bring your swimming cap! It is optional to schedule some time to Szentharomsag utca 7, to see the Golden Eagle Pharmacy museum at Tarnok utca 18 (and again except Monday please). The other is the Semmelweis.Museum.hu where you can see those questionable medical tools and cures. For the artistic and soulful people, the Royal Palace and the Hungarian National Gallery (except Mondays) offers you works by Hungary’s finest artists: Tivadar Kosztka Csontvary who used to be the 19th
century visionary whom Picasso admired. Other worthy to mention artist are Jozsef Rippl-Ronai who features Art Nouveau canvasses.
In spring or summer, you can access the Siklo Funicular to get down the river bank. Cross Lanchid to the Art Nouveau Gresham Palace on Szecheny
ter is also a nice activity. Then proceed to the glass-roofed lobby of Four Seasons Hotel and enjoy yourself to a cuppa coffee. 14. Glorious Hungarian Cuisine
Brunch places which are child/baby-friendly restaurant which we have personally tried is the Pest Vakvarju Restaurant at Pauley Ede street. In their menu is this pork knuckle dish called the Squealer that is cooked in "Joasszony style", and it is definitely worth a try. After the meal, have a nice stroll or walk in the park. Parks you can choose from the Hosok ter to Varosliget walk, the City Park, to museums to playgrounds. 15. Fairy-tale like Vajdahunyad Castle
If you are adventurous enough or being there as a couple, do try the Rowing Lake in the spring or summer. Of which, it turns to ice rink in winter for some ice-skating. One of my favourite place is the fairy-tale Vajdahunyad Castle.
If you like beach lifestyle, Sydney is a great place to
explore surf beaches, boating and sailing, kayaking, doing outdoor fitness,
snorkeling and outdoor pools. Must do beaches include Bondi Beach, Cronulla
Beach, Dee Why Beach, Manly Beach and Narrabeen Beach.
Particularly in summer, Sydney has a vibrant beach culture –
sunning in the sand, taking to the water, or simply chilling in a beachside bar
With family and friends, snorkel, build sandcastles, play beach volleyball,
dive, take a scenic coastal walk, or even run along the sand.
The Sydney Opera House has such a beautiful architectural
design – inside out! It is not just iconic, it is a place that provides a great
treat to the senses. Photography lovers will certainly love the sunrise and
sunset locations from Sydney skyline, CBD (downtown), Kirribilli, panorama of
Sydney Harbour, Mrs Macquarie’s Point from the Chair or walking path on the
Farm Cove bay bank and Milson’s Point in the late afternoon.
The other great spots are Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon
Lookout, McMahons Point (Blues Point), Cremorne Wharf at dawn, Balls Head at
Waverton, Larkin Street Lookout, Bennelong Point, Circular Quay at Sydney
Passengers Terminal, Darling Harbour at Cockle Bay, and last but not least at Bradley’s
Most important part of your travel planning of course is traveling to
Sydney Australia, you will need to have a visa.
Traveling to UK, first stop is London. London is a metropolitan area of more than 13 million inhabitants. This capital city of England possess the beautiful historical River Thames, Tower of London, Palace of Westminster, Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, London Eye, Trafalgar Square, Tate Modern, British Library, National Gallery, London Underground and of course Tower Bridge.
The best time to visit London is March which bears the first signs of spring. Great to be at the Kew Gardens or London's top gardens - just any one! You can visibly see the lawns covered in purple and white crocuses.
- A giant open air market that offers clothes, cosmetics, food, and restaurants and bars.
2. Meiji Shrine (明治神宮) - This Shinto shrine, surrounded by beautiful forest, is extremely significant. 3. Ryogoku Kokugikan (両国国技館) - Even if it's not fight season, you can go to the free sumo museum and eat sumo chankonabe. 4. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden (新宿御苑) - The garden is a beautiful attraction in Tokyo, with French gardens, Japanese gardens, and a green house. 5. Ginza (銀座) / Yurakucho (有楽町) - Ginza is a great area of town for upscale shopping and dining, while Yurakucho is famous for Izakaya bars and restaurants under the railroad track. 6. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building (東京都庁舎) - There are a lot of things to do in Tokyo where you have to pay, but here, you can go to the 45th floor for free. 7. Tsukiji Market (築地市場) - One of the most famous attractions in all of Tokyo is the Tsukiji Market (築地市場), the biggest seafood market in the world. 8. Shibuya (渋谷区) - With the busiest intersection in the world, Shibuya (渋谷区) is also home to shopping and restaurant. 9. Sumida River (隅田川) - At Tokyo's Sumida River, you can either just walk around the park and enjoy the riverside views, or you can take the Tokyo Cruise in a boat. 10. Tokyo Imperial Palace (皇居) - This is the home of the emperor of Japan. To enter the grounds, you have to make a tour booking on the official website 11. Ueno Park (上野公園), Tokyo National Museum (東京国立博物館) - Ueno Park is a huge public park in Tokyo with shrines, gardens and a number of museums. 12. Tokyo Skytree (東京スカイツリー) - They call it Tokyo's biggest attractions. It's a huge communications tower with various viewing decks and galleries. 13. Harajuku (原宿), Takeshita Street (竹下通り) - Famous for its street market and cosplay that takes place, this is a place in the city to see and be seen. 14. Senso-ji (金龍山浅草寺) - Visiting this temple is one of the top things to do in Tokyo, frequented by both tourists and religious pilgrims. It's the oldest temple in Tokyo. 15. Edo-Tokyo Museum (江戸東京博物館) - It looks a little like a UFO, but it's one of Tokyo's main museums, that aims to preserve the history of the city. 16. Fine Dining - Let's just face it, Tokyo is one of the best cities in the world for high class dining - atmosphere, presentation, food, it's all just stunning! 17. Akihabara Electric Town (秋葉原電気街) - If you love electronics and gaming, you're going to love the area of Akihabara. You'll also find those infamous maid cafes here. 18. Tokyo Stock Exchange (東京証券取引所) - Another free attraction in Tokyo is to be a guest at the stock exchange where you can see the Japanese Nikkei being traded. 19. Roppongi (六本木) - Home to the Mori Art Museum and a hotspot for nightlife in the city, Roppongi is an exciting area of town. 20. Odaiba (お台場) - This area of Tokyo is full of things to do like Legoland, and Palette Town, an indoor amusement park. It's also known as Tokyo's entertainment island. 21. Yoyogi Park (代々木公園) - Located next to Meiji Shrine, and just a short distance from Harajuku and Shinjuku, this park is popular for exercise and dance. 22. Nezu (根津), Yanaka (谷中 (台東区) - Tokyo is a truly modern city, but there are a couple places like Nezu and Yanaka that have held strong to their traditional and cultural roots. 23. Onsen (温泉) - You've got to strip down naked before you can enter a Japanese public bath. 24. Mount Takao (高尾山) - Just 50 km from central Tokyo, this mountain is popular for climbing and is a sacred religious mountains. Makes a good day trip from Tokyo. 25. Food - Finally, food is the reason I visited Japan, and I think eating is by all means one of the best things to do in Tokyo. Food is everywhere, and not only does it taste amazing, but the care that goes into Japanese cuisine is incredible.
Banff is a resort town in the province of Alberta, falling within Banff National Park. The peaks of Mt. Rundle and Mt. Cascade, part of the Rocky Mountains, dominate its skyline. On Banff Avenue, the main thoroughfare, boutiques and restaurants mix with château-style hotels and souvenir shops. The surrounding 6,500 kilometres of parkland are home to wildlife including elk and grizzly bears.
Travelling in Europe in February can be pretty cold for some people. Those who prefer warmer weather Lisbon is one of the optimal choices. Lisbon has a mild climate, with the most rain falling from December to February so certainly it can be wet and windy but it certainly will be a lot warmer than Northern countries. Average daytime temperature in Lisbon in February is 14 - 16 C, often warmer. Night-times 8 - 9 C. The highest recorded temperature for February in Lisbon during the past 20 years of records was 24 degrees.
If you happen to be in Lisbon during 24th February 2017 to 28th February 2017 it is highly recommended to take part of Rio Carnival, a major event in Lisbon, also known as The Lisbon Carnival celebrated at end of winter. The party is celebrated all along the coast where people wear masks and juggle down the colorful streets.
"How I lost my heart and mind in Indonesia. On my travel blog about Indonesia, I share my stories about travelling through Indonesia. Also, I post about other Indonesia related things I have an interest in. You can read more about Indonesian food, but also Indonesian markets. Until now I have travelled to Sumatra, Java, Bali and Flores. I hope I can share my love for Indonesia with you and my experience can be useful for you. Enjoy!"
Brambells Glamping is set on a family farm on the Norfolk/ Suffolk border. Run by Tom and Holly with help from their four children, their aim to give you a taste of the farming life and above all a great holiday. Come and stay in one of their luxurious bell tents and enjoy the comforts of home in their peaceful unspoilt countryside. The wildflower meadows and woodland offer a true escape from today’s hustle and bustle, yet the surrounding area has enough to keep the busiest bee buzzing.