Switzerland brings to mind mountains, snow, woodcarving and fondue so we set out to find them all in the short time we had in the country.
Lucerne is in the German speaking part of Switzerland but luckily for the language challenged Brits, as they do in so many countries, they all speak English. Other parts of the country speak Italian, French or Romansh which is not an official language and only spoken in a few mountain valleys. So in the shop labels are in three languages meaning, even without help, bad french and guessing get you what you need.
Skinny Kitchen is in St. Peters Street right in the middle of Canterbury.
Every meal has a calorie count but none of them are too high!
The Beaney cafe is on the ground floor of the library building in the High Street.
Everybody has heard of Carthage, founded in the ninth century BC, on the Gulf of Tunis.
I know a little about the three Punic wars and Hannibal crossing the Alps to Italy on an elephant. That’s the extent of my knowledge but it was enough to make me keen to visit.
We had breakfast in Bills just after it opened. It was ok but not great. The pancakes were a bit sad with not much fresh fruit despite Bills website telling you they are 548 calories.
But the coffee was good and we thought it was worth another try especially as they sent us a buy one get one free offer on mains.
Willows is tucked away in Stour Street away from the shopping area. Its very small and can only seat around twelve.
The Medina (old part of city) in Sfax as in other cities has different souks within its walls. Shopping in these places is always more fun than in the supermarket