Category: Travel Miscellany

A taste of Malaga in five historic dishes

A taste of Malaga in five historic dishes

Andalucian cuisine presents a tantalising array of flavours rooted in historical influences introduced by the Phoenicians, Romans, Islamic Moors, Jews and Christians amongst others. All is based on the freshest of local ingredients and here you find the finest fresh seafood, wild game and fowl, and an abundance of exotic spices such as saffron and […]

The top 10 travel movies of all time

The top 10 travel movies of all time

Whether you are getting ready to embark on your next adventure, looking to indulge your curiosity about other cultures, have an affinity for learning about travel routes or history, or are simply looking for a good laugh or compelling dramatic tale on the road, here is our list of the top 10 travel movies of […]

Arabic Baths in Barcelona

5 unmissable Autumn treats in Barcelona

Each season in Barcelona has its own special pleasures, from wrapping up warm and feeling the crisp sea breeze as you take a walk along Barceloneta in winter, to long lazy summer evenings in the city’s many terrace bars. Autumn has arrived, bringing with it the whisper of several treats that are especially pleasant to […]

4 unusual things to do and see in Vancouver

4 unusual things to do and see in Vancouver

In Vancouver, British Columbia, most visitors head to the renowned Granville Island with its public market, restaurants, and boutique stores. Others stray from the roads most traveled and are surprised at Vancouver’s many attractions. Trolleys and trains, primeval (but passable) forests, native and contemporary art, innovative food, and its island setting make Vancouver one of […]

A perfect Winter break in Toronto

A perfect Winter break in Toronto

However you measure entertainment, Toronto has to be one of the most exciting destinations out there. With a vibrant dining scene, world-class shopping and iconic sight-seeing, Toronto is the perfect place for a city break this winter. Rather than slowing down during the colder months, Toronto leaps into the festive spirit with a range of […]

5 ways travel can change your life

5 ways travel can change your life

Everybody dreams of traveling and seeing the world, but most people do not follow through with that dream. They let it remain as a dream and continue on with their “busy” life. What most people don’t realize is that traveling can change their life. Traveling can give you this new sense of life after seeing […]

Discover Carmel-by-the-Sea’s hidden gems with a walkabout

Discover Carmel-by-the-Sea’s hidden gems with a walkabout

Living proof that “smaller is better”, Carmel-by-the-Sea consists of one square mile, fabulously jam-packed with 45 cozy to elegant inns, 60 scrumptious eateries, about 80 unique art galleries and even a doggie therapist! For geographically challenged tourists like myself, it’s a dream come true since once you make the scenic 120 mile drive down from […]

Interview with Alexander Coles, Owner of Bespoke Yacht Charter

Interview with Alexander Coles, Owner of Bespoke Yacht Charter

Alexander is the Owner and Senior Yacht Charter Broker at Bespoke Yacht Charter, a company he founded in 2014 after 13 years’ experience arranging luxury yacht charters in the south of France, throughout the Mediterranean and worldwide. More than half of his bookings are repeat clients or referrals from existing clients that include ultra high […]

4 vegan friendly luxury hotels in Saigon

4 vegan friendly luxury hotels in Saigon

Saigon, or Ho Chi Minh City, is known as the Southern capital of Vietnam and is a ‘must visit’ location when exploring South East Asia. It’s a fast growing, bustling and energetic hub of activity with shops, restaurants, iconic sights and some of the country’s busiest traffic that will leave you transfixed. Development is happening […]

5 dishes you must taste in Singapore

5 dishes you must taste in Singapore

When wandering among the neighborhoods of Singapore, you’ll find yourself among different cultures, all with their own unique color, character and taste. From Chinatown to the Arab Quarter, from Little India to the Malay neighborhood and from there to the Hawker Stalls, this amazing island state is home to people from all over the world, […]

Trisara Beach

Special feature: Trisara, Phuket, Thailand

There are many faces to Phuket. What started off as a backpacker hippy heaven now offers much more. Trisara is one of the island’s best exponents of the very opposite end of this scale – ultimate luxury, where privacy and minimalist elegance are complemented by a spectacular location. The resorted was opened in 2006 by one […]

The top 5 Champagne bars in London

The top 5 Champagne bars in London

“My only regret in life is that I did not drink more Champagne,” is a quote attributed to John Maynard Keynes, and one that I can totally get on board with. It’s luscious stuff; sharp, sweet, and synonymous with decadence, Christmas, birthdays and weddings. Happy times. It’s also pretty good if you’re feeling sad, bored […]

The other 'miracle' of the Japanese bullet train

The other ‘miracle’ of the Japanese bullet train

Trains running along Japan’s network of high-speed railway lines known as the Shinkansen are widely referred to as bullet trains thanks to their incredible speeds of up to 150-200 miles per hour. But 200 mph is only their maximum operating speed – test runs of an even more amazing 375 mph have been recorded for […]

An introduction to 4K photography

An introduction to 4K photography

Photography has come a long way since the advent of the digital camera, the commerical origins of which date back to the late 1980s, and now it looks set to make further advances still, with the growth of 4K photography. Having collaborated with Lumix UK, I’m going to give you a brief insight into how it looks […]

6 unusual things to do during the New England Fall

6 unusual things to do during the New England Fall

Everyone knows that the Autumn colours in New England are glorious. However, I suspect that not everyone know the range of quirky activities that go on in this pretty part of the world. If you happen to be in New England this Fall and are looking for things to do, keep an eye out for these […]

4 destinations to embrace the holiday spirit (rum)

4 destinations to embrace the holiday spirit (rum)

Stunning white sandy beaches, clear crystal blue waters – what better way to relax and get into the holiday spirit…..by getting into the holiday spirits!  As well as the stunning scenery, first class service, idyllic views some of our favourite island destinations seem to have one thing in common – their love of rum! Here […]

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