“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine
This sums it up! I don’t want to stay on page 1 or even chapter 1!
It has been a long while since we hopped on a plane and took off!
Sometimes the stresses in ones life just brings you to a situation where you wish you could pack your bags and just go… ok… pack your bag, your husbands bag and your children’s bags and then go!
Where to?! Wherever really! well, maybe Paris, London, Spain, Portugal, Seychelles, Mauritius, Turkey, Japan, Hong Kong… I’ll stop here…. or else I would be in trouble!
I even have a list in my head of the people I would love to travel with! (insert rofl emoji here)
We have a saying in Arabic that you only get to know how a person is really when you travel together! This is very true indeed.
Who are your best travel buddies? Where was your best trip and what made it so special?
And oh boy do I have tons of stories from traveling! Lots of memories, scents, perfumes which remind me of places and of course extremely delicious food. (well mostly delicious)
To take you on a little culinary journey to England where the original Eton Mess was created, here’s my Eton Mess Cake!
It was first served at Eton College in England at a cricket game in the 19th century.
Can you smell the freshly mowed grass? People dressed white… beautiful hats and pearls…I see lots of pearls! (It feels like Downton Abbey)
For those who haven’t watched Downton Abbey, It is HIGHLY recommended.
Everyone loved this cake except my eldest brother who was removing the meringue pieces and eating the rest!
I’ve done a new way of posting my recipes. Let me know if you like this way more than the usual