I do like to be beside the sea! The London summer (as hit and miss as it’s been) has brought with it a craving for swimming in, and just generally being near, the ocean. Luckily I’ve had a few opportunities to take a dip and enjoy the refreshing salty sea water, the latest of which was a lovely camping trip to the South West English coast in Dorset.
Cycling is a great way to see a city – you can get a good feel for a place riding past its buildings and parks, hearing snippets of conversation of the pedestrians you pass, and even getting wafts of local aromas (delicious food if you’re lucky)!
It’s also a great way to see further out than just the city centre of a town – which is what I did in Edinburgh. (Oh, and if you’re like me and eat your way around a city, it’s a good way to work off all the extra calories consumed!)
I’ve written a post about my trip but decided that a dedicated post was needed just for the food and drink side of things! From a michelin-star lunch to trying a buffalo burger at the local farmers’ market, I definitely tried to make the most of my time eating my way through Edinburgh.