Arthur’s Seat is a small mountain right in the heart of Edinburgh. Hiking to its peak takes about 45-60 minutes, depending on where you start. Unfortunately it was getting a bit foggy when we reached the top, but the view is supposed to be rather spectacular. Don’t miss out on that one, you’ll feel like wandering around in the wilderness, even though you’re in the middle of the city!
If you’re a sucker for Japanese food (like me), Harajuku Kitchen will sweep you off your feet! The sushi was most likely one of the best I’ve ever had and the dumplings tasted amazing as well. Plus, the restaurant’s interior is very tastefully furnished and designed - I absolutely adored the paintings on the wall, which you can see in the pictures above.
A must when in Edinburgh, no doubt about that!
Harajuku Kitchen 10 Gillespie Place Edinburgh EH10 4HS www.harajukukitchen.co.uk
Lovecrumbs 155 West Port Edinburgh EH3 9DP http://www.lovecrumbs.co.uk/ Instagram: @hellolovecrumbs
At the end of July I set foot on another part of the world that I had desired to visit since forever but specially since watching the Harry Potter movies, I guess ;) - Scotland it is!This post is dedicated to Airbnb, which is probably the invention of the century. For those who never heard of it before, Airbnb is a website where one can rent private apartments or also guest rooms at someone’s place - all over the world! In our case it was a cosy apartment in the city center, which we shared with a charming British/Colombian couple.