Full disclosure: I was invited to try this gluten free afternoon tea for the purposes of this review. All opinions on how fit it is are my own (and Lizzie’s) If there’s three things on a weekend that I love, it’s a day out in Liverpool, a cheeky gin & tonic and on an ideal… Read More
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Hi, I’m Francesca
I’ve loved travelling for as long as I can remember, though during my first years in the sunshine I probably had much less appreciation for cultures, architecture and scenery and more for the amount of ice cream I could eat and the quality of my sandcastle building.
That being said, the one thing I have always been is a foodie – pretty much the only thing I remember about my Year 6 SATS exams was writing very passionately about the Spanish dish paella – all swirling flamenco skirts and imagery and mouthwatering smells.
A relatively new change in my lifestyle has brought about a new relationship with food – I started experimenting with going gluten-free in 2016, and many tests for Coeliac Disease followed. I’m now firmly decided that my health is greatly improved by being gluten-free, which rather throws a spanner in the works when I’m travelling.
So here, for what it’s worth, is a bit of rambling from me about my wanderings and ponderings, all whilst searching for those Gluten Free Horizons!
My Travels So Far
I’ve managed to get a fair few countries under my belt. So far I’ve got to:
- Antigua and Barbuda,
- Saint Kitts and Nevis,
- Saint Lucia,
- Puerto Rico,
- Sint Maarten,
Turksand Caicos Islands,
- Trinidad and Tobago,
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,
- U.S. Virgin Islands