Last weekend, my mother and I were immersed in the world of Arabian nights when we went to see Aladdin the musical as a birthday treat for me. I booked through Travelzoo for a Friday night stay at London Tower Hotel and an evening show of Aladdin. Breakfast was included in the price for £179 each for the hotel and the theatre show. I have seen quite a lot of musicals over the years, so was intrigued to see how I would compare this show to the others that I have seen.
Ever wondered what may be lurking in my handbag?? Well I will have you know that it will probably not be much different to what’s in yours…As I have mentioned in other posts, I always have snacks for on the go, as I always have a fear of going into the middle of nowhere and not being able to find a single gluten free chocolate or energy bar! Okay, things have vastly improved in these past few years, but still you never know when you might need something! Let’s get cracking!
This year I travelled to Greece for a week. I visited Lefkada, and pretty much the whole of the Ionian! Being a Coeliac abroad isn’t always easy, so in this post I have featured some of the food I had that will be fine for someone with coeliac disease and of course the places that I visited along the way. Opa!
So, you are going away! Yippee! It could be a mini break in the UK, a weekend stay in Venice, or a honeymoon in Barbados! Wherever you are going on your holidays, you need to be prepared! Here are some tips on what to think about when you are packing for your holiday as well as tips for when you get to your destination.