Author Archives: Rachel Williams

Setting goals for Spring

I’m absolutely baffled that we’re in April already. Despite so much happening so far in 2018, this year seems to be whizzing by, but I’m determined to make the most of it before it’s over. The New Year’s resolutions are most likely left in February or perhaps they have simply become less of a priority […]

Bigmoose Coffee Co

There’s something pretty great about businesses that have a true purpose, something bigger than simply making a profit or making their brand well-known. The latest company to join Cardiff city centre is Bigmoose Coffee Co, a brand with one hell of a purpose and a positive message. After spending several years supporting the homeless people […]

Lush Cardiff bloggers event

Have a Lush Easter

One of the many things that I love about Lush is that the company releases seasonal products, always ensuring that its range remains fresh and innovative for its loyal audience, which obviously encourages people like me to regularly pay my local store a visit. Easter is one of my favourite times of year for its […]

Where to eat in Venice

As a city with a major tourist pull, seeing 20million visitors per year, it’s no wonder why Venice has so many food and drink venues on offer, tempting visitors with a place to sit down and enjoy some hearty seafood pasta. But as with all cities, some eateries in Venice rise above the rest in […]

Pier 64 Penarth

Pier 64

Based on Penarth Marina, Pier 64 is a wine bar and steakhouse, in what can only be described as a location nothing short of picture-perfect. It’s a restaurant which has certainly built up a positive reputation in Cardiff and South Wales, especially since it was taken over by Craig Bellamy and has been featured on […]

Top things to do in Venice

A beautifully romantic and incredibly famous city in Northern Italy, Venice is regarded by most as a place that they ‘have’ to visit at least once in their lives. I’ve visited just once before for a short day trip, so I was very excited to return and see much more of the city. With its […]

The Spanish Bucket List

For quite some time, Spain has been firmly planted in my mind as a typical tourist destination centred around beaches and warm weather, with package holiday deals, probably due to the fact that these were the type of holidays I experienced when I was much younger. But my trip to Spain last year really opened my eyes […]

Curado Bar

Curado Bar

If you love Spanish tapas, Curado Bar has been hailed as one of the restaurants to visit in Cardiff to satisfy your craving or get your fix. Just opposite the famous Principality Stadium on Guildhall Place, Curado Bar is in a prime spot to draw in both Cardiff visitors and the locals. I’ve tried to […]

Where to eat in Barcelona

As a busy metropolitan city which has attracted over 9million tourists since 2016, Barcelona is just bursting with different bars, restaurants and other eateries competing for your attention at every turn, all which have something very different to offer. Not only does this provide you with an incredible amount of food options but it also […]

Sagrada Familia

Top things to do in Barcelona

We landed in Barcelona midweek, flying directly from Seville after spending a few days in the city but despite the off-peak season and time of day, the airport was still packed full of arrivals, ready to explore the city. As a leading tourist, cultural and economic city centre and the capital of the Catalonia region, there is […]