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Kam Jey

Kam Jey

snapped in the moment

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Sitges escape…

Sitges escape…

It’s so close and it’s a shame I don’t visit Sitges more often. I recently signed up to a car sharing service, Avancar, and decided to take a spontaneous trip with nub neigbour to visit our friend it beautiful Sitges. We just needed to get […]

Super Super

Super Super

It’s just super super! A small quaint bar in the heart of Born. The wines are great and the setting is calm and relaxing for any time of the day. If you don’t like wine then there’s a lot more to choose from including coffee, […]

Casa Guinart

Casa Guinart

There are so many great places in the city that often I overlook some of them in heavy tourist zones, like this one for example. Casa Guinart is quite well known with its top notch location at the La Boqueria market off the Ramblas, one […]

Jardí de Ses Bruixes

Jardí de Ses Bruixes

A little boutique hotel in the heart of Mahon. Wherever you may be staying, this is definitely worth a visit for a nice breakfast or meal. It is decorated with attention to detail and creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Also a great way to […]

Dining Under the Stars

Dining Under the Stars

Who would have thought that a small island would be an idyllic place for a vineyard? Unlike the other world famous wine regions, Menorca is not so commonly know to grow grapes. What’s even better is to dine al fresco at this beautiful vineyard enjoy […]

The Green Spot

The Green Spot

Vegetarian restaurants are often hard to find so I’m always making notes of great finds for when my veggie friends come to visit. The design of the restaurant is absolutely gorgeous. If you closed your eyes and forgot for a moment that you were in […]


My Diary

Casa Guinart

Casa Guinart

There are so many great places in the city that often I overlook some of them in heavy tourist zones, like this one for example. Casa Guinart is quite well known with its top notch location at the La Boqueria market off the Ramblas, one of the most dreaded streets for locals, and understandably. This is one of the reasons I’ve avoided it for the longest of times. On Sundays the market is closed so I figured it’s a good time to check it out as it will be more calm in the surroundings and of course no market foot traffic. I have to say it was definitely worth the trip. There are so many tapas places in the city so why choose one over the other? I can recommend this one for it’s price and quality. On a busy Sunday we were lucky enough to get a seat on the terrace and without the busy foot traffic of the market, it was actually an enjoyable experience. Would I go back? Maybe on another Sunday.

Featured pic: the small portion of their classic seafood paella