There are three things I actively seek out when traveling: a killer view, great food and strong drinks. Cave Bar Dubrovnik checks all of these boxes.
I originally sought out Hotel More because I was intrigued by their underground cave bar.
If you follow me on Instagram you’ve probably noticed that my feed has been pretty damn basic lately. I actually grammed a latte for the first time in my life… and I was proud of it! I honestly don’t even know myself anymore.
I’ve been to London a few times over the years, so on this visit I decided to skip the main tourist attractions and spend my days standing on stranger’s porches and taking photos of their homes.
I’m obsessed with London’s Sketch restaurant, and not for the same reason as everyone else. Yes, they have an all pink tea room, and the most uniquely beautiful bathroom you’ve ever seen. But this restaurant’s social marketing tactics are next level.
Cappadocia is one of the most unique places I’ve ever traveled to. Home to fairy chimneys, incredible landscapes and one of a kind rock formations, I was in complete and total awe of the place for 3 days straight.
As the sun rises over Goreme, hundreds of colorful hot air balloons fill the sky. Their journey is a quick one, but it’s magical. Whether you decide to fly in a balloon in Cappadocia or partake in the experience from the ground, you will not regret this sunrise.
Goreme thrives on tourism and sometimes it’s hard to find an authentic meal in touristy towns like this one. We had very little time in Turkey and I was determined to seek out the best meals I could find while in town. Keep reading for my best Cappadocia restaurant recommendations..