Category: Travel Miscellany

Soon you'll have to travel to the UK to eat fish and chips

Soon you’ll have to travel to the UK to eat fish and chips

With Article 50 having now been triggered and Brexit becoming a reality, there are a number of small changes that are happening that many people are not aware of. Among them is that the traditional meal of fish and chips, which has its origins in the UK dating back to the 1860s, will be outlawed […]

5 great reasons to visit Malaysia

5 great reasons to visit Malaysia

An inspiring mix of wild nature and dynamic cities, Malaysia is a country of inspiring contrasts. It’s strategic trading position has provided a fertile ground for enterprise and exchange, creating stunning architecture, a good modern infrastructure and a welcoming diverse culture. With so many experiences on offer, here we’re sharing our top 5 reasons to […]

Under the radar day-trips in Costa Rica

Under the radar day-trips in Costa Rica

When you think of activities in Costa Rica, you probably think of ziplining, surfing, hiking, bird watching, sunbathing, and seeing sloths (if you’re lucky!). But this small Central American country has more than just forests and beaches to offer visitors. Check out a few of our favorite lesser-known activities in Costa Rica: Oxcart Parade (Desfile […]

Spiced apple cider apres ski drink

Top 5 delicious après ski drinks… cheers!

Après ski, those magical hours when a day to remember on the slopes comes to a close and morphs into an evening of inebriation, suitably complimented by the social activities and entertainment that follows. You have waited all year for the afternoon to roll into the evening when you can indulge in your favourite après ski drink. It’s […]

Elephant in the wild

15 things you should do to be a responsible traveller

Travelling is a fantastic experience. Whether it is viewing the sunset at Halong Bay in Vietnam or snorkelling at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, soaking up local culture and what our planet has to offer can be enriching, inspiring and something to tell your kids one day. Ethical travelling is something that all of […]

6 reasons why foodies need to head to the Dordogne

6 reasons why foodies need to head to the Dordogne

“Good food and good wine, this is heaven on earth,” said Henri IV, the best loved of all French kings. Sitting on little plastic chairs eagerly awaiting their meals, locals and tourists chat pleasantly amongst themselves in between gazing at the beautifully picturesque landscapes through the quaint windows of the farm restaurant. The owner is […]

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6 of India’s best festivals for the foreign traveller

India undoubtedly has the globe’s largest collection of events, festivals and happenings. The joyful clamour and colour of festivals spread their tentacles from the smallest villages to the largest cities, giving the most eye-opening glimpse into local culture. Ancient ceremonies and contemporary customs merge together to create the world’s most buzzing calendar of both religious […]

Austrian Cakes: Patisserie Demel

9 of the best Austrian cakes… and where to eat them

Real luxury food in Austria comes in the form of dessert. Torten have outruled  Habsburg Emperors, calorie counters and health gurus. Here are nine of the most powerful Austrian cakes, along with the best Viennese patisseries that serve them. Sacher torte Simple ingredients, delicate manufacturing:  Vienna’s signature cake by Hotel Sacher is a chocolate sponge with a […]

4 vegan friendly luxury hotels in the Philippines

4 vegan friendly luxury hotels in the Philippines

The Philippines has long been known for it’s beautiful beaches, rich cultural heritage and having one of the largest megacities on earth; but it’s also well known amongst some for being one of the most difficult places to travel as a vegan or vegetarian. This is because the diet of the local population of the […]

How to do Barcelona in one day

How to do Barcelona in one day

Chock-full of culture, history, food and architecture, Barcelona is nothing short of amazing. Trying to fit any city, let alone one as action-packed as Barcelona into 24 hours is not an easy feat.  Follow our comprehensive one-day guide to Barcelona to ensure that you make the most of your time here. While you won’t be […]

Why Canada is the perfect destination for Mother's Day

Why Canada is the perfect destination for Mother’s Day

Celebrate Mother’s Day the luxurious way with a trip to one of three beautiful cities in Canada: Ottawa, Calgary or Edmonton. Ottawa is the inspired hub of Canada and its capital, Calgary is metropolitan and modern, and Edmonton is industrially historic and serene, located right on the banks of the river. With fine dining, luxury […]

The 5 best restaurants of Rio de Janeiro

The 5 best restaurants of Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro, “a cidade Maravilhosa”, latest host to the Fifa World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games, is home to some of the world’s best restaurants, serving up local Brazilian dishes, exotic tropical foods, and gastronomic fusions that will blow your tastebuds’ mind. Some of the most delicious foods on offer are the Brazilian […]

5 history bites about your cup of Ceylon tea

5 history bites about your cup of Ceylon tea

Ceylon tea is famous and according to most experts it is the best and the most flavourful black tea in the world.  2017 is a landmark year for Ceylon tea where 150 years ago the commercial production of tea began in Sri Lanka. Here are some nerdy history bites that you may find interesting and […]

5 fabulous Denver Union Station experiences

5 fabulous Denver Union Station experiences

Denver Union Station is a must for anyone visiting the Mile High City. Recently renovated to perfection, this 1920′s train station is a bustling hub of coolness. With the brand new Light Rail Route from Denver International Airport, you can deplane and be at Union Station within an hour, hassle free. Denver Union Station, though […]

Expanding luxury horizons in Malaga, Spain

Expanding luxury horizons in Malaga, Spain

If 2016 saw a burst of luxury developments for the Andalusian port city of Malaga in Spain, 2017 is shaping up to continue apace. With a stellar increase in Michelin rated restaurants, two new world class museums in the Russian Museum and Pop-up Pompidou, increased port facilities hosting the world’s largest cruise ships, and yet […]

5 stylish reasons to visit Portugal

5 stylish reasons to visit Portugal

The past few years A-listers (think David Beckham, Ronan Keating, Pamela Anderson…) have been flying to this tiny country to go under the radar and it is all very hush-hush. So until now, the 300 days of sunshine a year are reserved exclusively for those in the know. Portugal, unbeknownst to most is a glamorous […]

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