A History of Britain in 21 Women by Dame Jenni Murray

In a world where our history is defined by men, this is an account that is long overdue.

Restaurant Review – Aromas, St. Helier, Jersey

I do not go to Aromas enough. I last went at the beginning of this year, there were four of us and we all had an excellent meal. This is a small, intimate, family run restaurant, so it is advisable to book. I rang up a couple of days before and luckily they managed to... Continue Reading →

OH! Cafébar has the WOW! Taste Factor

I have eaten at the Oh! Cafébar at Jersey's Opera House twice in two weeks. For a pre-show meal or just a gourmet experience, you would be hard pushed to find anywhere better. The service is excellent, the menu is varied and the food first class. Their duck pate is probably the best I have... Continue Reading →

Trouble House

I have been to the new look Trouble House Café Bar 3 times in the last two months and had exactly the same meal every time! Double Gloucester Cheese Omelette with warm new potatoes and rocket salad. A delicious combination. Well, if hits the spot, why go for anything else? The Trouble House is located... Continue Reading →

Revisiting Maria’s

In the old days, Maria's was accessed via a track, more suitable for a 4 x 4, rather than a conventional hire car. In our case, we often took a leisurely stroll through the pine trees from Vale do Lobo, to what was then, a wooden shack on the beach. Not any more. In 2012... Continue Reading →

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