It's me....

I can't believe it's been almost seven months since I posted on here. I was surprised Blogger even let me log in!

This isn't going to be one of those 'I'm so sorry for leaving you all', because let's face it, you probably didn't even notice I was gone! But honestly, blogging became a chore, and not something I was enjoying, and that's not what it was ever about for me. I was obsessed with documenting everything and anything when I was travelling or dining out that I wasn't enjoying the moment.  

I know I sound like one of 'those bloggers' who is literally a drop in the ocean when it comes to the vastness of the blogosphere, but I really have missed writing, sharing and connecting with you all. So with that being said, blogging will be resumed on A Married Couple & Their Travels and I'm planning on starting with my two most recent trips to the greatest city on earth, New York. Stay tuned!

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Introducing...Adonia London


Woah, it's been very quiet around these ends recently but I promise I have a very good excuse. I am so excited to officially announce the launch of my new jewellery line, Adonia London. It's been in the making for quite a while and I'm so happy it's finally come to life! 

Feastin' at Flesh & Buns


A few Fridays ago, I had the pleasure of meeting up with Angie from Silverspoon London and Andrea from Andrea's Passions (who I brunched at Granger & Co with a few months ago) for what can only be described as a feast at Japanese restaurant, Flesh & Buns

Throwback Thursday: Captivating Cappadocia


Whilst not exactly a huge throwback, our trip to Cappadocia seems like a lifetime ago. It's definitely up there as one of the most memorable holidays we've been on yet (found out why here) and unfortunately, we weren't able to enjoy it as much as we'd hoped. As I don't really have enough content to share with you about our trip, I thought the least I could do was share with you some of our favourite pictures of our time in the otherworldly region!

We stayed in the town of Goreme which is home to the Goreme Open Air Museum, a vast monastic complex composed of various cave churches dating as far back as the 10th century, complete with beautiful Byzantine frescoes, some of which have retained their rich colours today. The museum has been a member of the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1984 and was the first stop on the Legend Tour we took with Argeus Travel.

A Celebratory Dinner at Benares, Berkeley Square


On Friday I received some good news (and Lord knows I needed it after the few weeks I've had!) which called for a very last minute celebratory dinner with Indy. It's so difficult to get last minute reservations at a good restaurant in this great city of ours, but Angie recommended I use Uncover Dining, an app which lets users book last minute at some of the best restaurants in London. After browsing through the options for Friday evening, I came across availability at the Michelin starred Indian restaurant, Benares and quickly snapped up a table.