Having said farewell to 2018 to hello to 2019 it’s time for me to reflect on the year just gone, and it’s been quite a year for me for many reasons. But it’s my year in blogging that I’m going to look back on here, where I’ve had quite a few highlights in 2018 including the launch of a new travel blog.
If you’ve read the articles on this blog you will have noticed that most of the posts on here relate to food and leisure, and this got me thinking about whether these types of posts look out of place here on WorksByAdam. So I’ve now created TravelsByAdam, a new blog focusing on travel, food and leisure.
Like most foodies I like trying out independent food & drink outlets, whether on holiday, or on a simple day/night out. Now for me moving to a new area such as Cambridge will give me the chance to try out such small outlets that are on offer there. Indeed I’ve already started this when I visited Cafe Milano in the city recently. This time I tried out Indian street food restaurant The Tiffin Truck.
Picture the scene – you’ve just arrived at a pub and it’s absolutely heaving with customers, but at first this doesn’t put you off and manage to find a table. Next you head to the bar to order some food and drinks but it’s so busy that there is a long wait just to get served. Eventually you get served and place your orders – all is sorted, but all that time spent queuing to order could no doubt be better spent relaxing at your table whilst your orders are being prepared?
Well thankfully a solution to this problem is now at hand thanks to a nifty mobile app that allows you to order food and drinks from the comfort of your table, and in doing so bypassing the long queues at the bar. The app in question here is JD Wetherspoon’s ‘Order and Pay’ app.