Pizza, museums and record shops in NYC

You wouldn’t think it was that difficult to find good pizza in New York City. Maybe my mind has been irreparably damaged by an excess of good Neapolitan pizza, and maybe I even, at some psychological level, didn’t really believe that I would find as good pizza in the US as in Italy, but whatever…

Sorrento and nearby

This post continues from the previous post on Pompeii. Eventually I managed to drive us and the car to Sant-Agata, without crashing, which was a relief, and then we went and had dinner in the village, and drinks at Bar Orlando, a very unassuming and casual open air bar/cafe with a jovial owner named Orlando…

Pompeii

This post continues from our September 2018 trip to Napoli. The next day we said goodbye to Naples, and rented a car from the Avis at the central train station. I was a bit wary of driving in Italy, having never driven anywhere outside the UK, but there wasn’t really a better way to get…

Napoli

It’s been a while and I’ve not published anything about the holiday we took in early September to Napoli, Sorrento and surrounding areas. Since Naz is based in Milan and I am in London, we travel all the time just to see each other and didn’t want to do anything too tiring, so we decided…

Carioca, Brixton

I was going through some photos and found this one of me looking displeased in Brazilian brunch cafe Carioca in Brixton Village. I live quite close to Brixton, and often end up going to Carioca on weekends because Brazilian brunches are fucking amazing. They do this thing they call a Favela da Rossa which has…