Granada Rocks! Whether you are a dreadlocked juggler with two dogs by your side or a sophisticated fine diner there is something here for you.
When dining out in Spain don’t expect to take a seat at one restaurant and stay there. The towns and cities of Andalusia in the country’s south are all wall to wall with food experiences so stopping at one place just won’t cut it. Like the bulls that this area is famous for its people also graze long and slow.
The old walled city of Split is full of character and charm. Narrow walking streets wind between centuries old stone buildings and the base of each building is usually the home to a cafe or restaurant.
I am usually one to avoid the tourist traps as we travel. Preferring the real street life of a town without the chaos and competition for the dollar that tourism brings. When in Athens, Greece however viewing the ancient Acropolis at close quarters is worth the bumping of shoulders and selfie background avoidance.
We set off on a cool day in Lyon to meet with renowned Michelin star chef Pierre Orsi to show him the result of our film tour from a few days earlier. The weather had changed for the worse and so our plans changed.
When arriving in Limassol, the sunny port city on the south coast of Cyprus, you could be excused for thinking that nobody in this town eats.