Things I Did In Porto

In December I took some much needed time off and visited my best friend who lives in Porto. Here’s some very basic advice on what to do over a long weekend there. Getting there I flew to Porto for less than £80 (about €90) return from Gatwick via EasyJet. The flight is just over two … More Things I Did In Porto


The Pole Dance Guide To London

Becoming a pole dancer has majorly impacted what I want to do when I travel and in the city I live in. For this reason, I’ve decided to write a “Pole Dance Guide To…” the cities I have lived in/travelled to to help other pole sisters or fun people make the most out of them. … More The Pole Dance Guide To London

Exploring The Vatican

My mum is from Rome. My grandparents are from Rome. I am Italian. And in 25 years I had never seen the Sistine Chapel. #fail – Time to change that! Here’s my itinerary for a quick day in Rome exploring the Vatican, visiting the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and shopping in Italy’s top department … More Exploring The Vatican

Melbourne: Fitzroy & Collingwood

As I mentioned in my previous post, I ended up booking the best Airbnb in the best location ever. Hip, weird, close to the main city area but special in its own kind, here’s what to do in Fitzroy, Melbourne’s part Brooklyn, part Shoreditch neighbourhood. BREAKFAST Proud Mary’s  Melbourne is a mecca for coffee lovers … More Melbourne: Fitzroy & Collingwood

Seven Dials Shopping Event: cocktails, cold brew coffees and talks from Esquire and Elle 

My idea of fashion consists in putting on something that doesn’t make me look like a walking sausage, so I thought that going to the Seven Dials Shopping Event last Saturday to listen to style talks from Elle and Esquire might have helped. And they had free food and drinks.  Every season, London’s Seven Dials … More Seven Dials Shopping Event: cocktails, cold brew coffees and talks from Esquire and Elle