New Yorkers are obsessed with brunch. 

Eggs Benedict, bacon, mimosas and avocado toasts... almost every place I have been to have these dishes on their menus. Manhattan has a lot of offer in terms of restaurants (approximately 10480). Adding this to the fact that most brunch places will make you wait 30 mins before getting a table, the late breakfast experience can seem quite complicated.

Find below my top choices and safe bets :


​Delicatessen - American
(picture above) 
54 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012

Jack's Wife Freda- Mediterranean
50 Carmine St, New York, NY 10014

Dudley's- Australian
85 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002

The Fat Radish - British
17 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002

Nomo - American
9 Crosby St, New York, NY 10013


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I don't know by which miracle all of my uni crew got motivated to book last minute flights for a Madrid reunion.

Our improvised weekend couldn't have gone better ! It involved lots of quality time catching up, lots of tapas and lots of walking, especially around the vibrant neighbourhood of Malasaña where we were staying.


Here are some places to discover in the Spanish capital:

Lateral - Spanish Restaurant
Plaza Sta. Ana, 12

Circulo de Bellas Artes - Rooftop
Calle de Alcalá, 42

Museo del Prado - A must
Paseo del Prado, s/n

Gabana - Night Club
Calle de Velázquez, 6

Mercado de San Miguel - Culinary Market
Plaza de San Miguel

Arts Club - Trendy Restaurant / Bar
Calle de Velázquez, 96


* Flamenco dancer emoji *


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They say travel is the only thing we buy that makes us richer.
My trip to Cambodia confirmed the statement.

Eventhough I only settled in Seam Reap for two days, the city really got under my skin. I tried to seize every moment of my stay. I had never been a morning person but for the first time in my life I would wake up at 4am excited for the day to come. Visiting imposing temples, navigating around the rice-field lakes and meeting local villagers are memories that I will always cherish.

Hope to come back soon !!


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 A tiny list of things you can do when visiting Singapore:

National Orchids - Botanical Garden
1 Cluny Road

Tanjong - Beach Club
120 Tanjong Beah Walk, Sentosa

PS Café - Trendy Restaurant
28B Harding Road

Raffles - Hotel
1 Beach Road

Plain Vanilla - Cupcakes Bakery
1D Yong Siak St

Louis Vuitton - Boutique with incredible views
2 Bayfront Avenue

Ce La Vi - Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool
10 Bayfront Avenue, Tower 3

National Gallery - Museum
1 St Andrew's Road

Employee's Only - Speakeasy
112 Amoy Street



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When your sister invites you to London for the weekend in order to celebrate her 18th birthday you say yes. And so, just installed in Milan (post coming soon), I headed back to good old England.

With 1,572 km2, London has so many to offer and although I have already been several times, the versatility of the city amazes me every time I visit.

Here are my little discoveries of the past two days:

Zuma - Japanese Restaurant
5 Raphael Street, Knightsbridge

The Vintage (Up) - Market
91 Brick Lane, Tower Hamlets

Coya - Peruvian Restaurant/Bar
118 Picadilly, Mayfair

Abstract Expressionism - RA Exhibition
Burlington House, Picadilly

NOPI - Healthy Quick Bites
21 Warwick Street, Soho


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