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A Taste of LatAm

Anastasia Miari
10 March, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

Foodie or not, you have probably noticed Peruvian cuisine permeate the London restaurant scene of late.  Forget gluttonous gastro-burgers and haute-hot dogs; it’s zingy fish dishes and potatoes-a-hundred-ways that we’re now salivating over. Since 2012, ceviche restaurants have popped up over the capital, with DJ-Producer-turned-Restaurateur Martin Morales leading the way ...

Hotels from the Movies

Anastasia Miari
9 March, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

Hollywood is well-known for its lavish sets and often fabricated settings. What the audience is told is an authentic 1950s New York hotel is actually a big budget manufactured film set in Los Angeles (ahem, HBO’s Mad Men). In short, movie and big budget TV locations are the stuff of ...

Top Ten Apps for Travel in 2015

Anastasia Miari
6 March, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

While it’s nice to imagine a tech-free get away, sometimes it’s only practical to let your Smartphone take the reins. For who actually likes fumbling with conversion rates or leafing through guidebook recommendations? Once discovered and downloaded, handy apps have a way of becoming indispensable to you. They make your ...

A Novel World

Anastasia Miari
5 March, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

In celebration of world book day, we take note of a number of best-sellers that inspire wanderlust in even the most seasoned of travellers...Unlike the prescribed images of film and television, a book can transport you into the world of your imagination. A great writer conjures setting with recognisable symbols ...

Freewheeling

Anastasia Miari
4 March, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

Cycling has become à la mode in recent years. The hipsters of London’s Shoreditch and Hoxton took to the streets on their single gear vintage bikes a couple of years back and since then, boutique bike shops - offering coffee and cake as well as a pick-me-up for your trusty ...

Kenya's Constant Appeal

Anastasia Miari
3 March, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

Jonathan Scott, author and presenter of BBC’s The Big Cat Diaries, recently declared in an article for The Telegraph that “the joys of safari are one reason why so many visitors fall in love with Kenya and long to return.” Having lived in Kenya for the best part of forty ...

Cherry-Oh, Cherry-Oh Baby

Enjoy the cherry blossoms on a wonderful trip to Japan Kathy McLeman
3 March, 2015 by Kathy McLeman

Japan’s ‘Cherry Blossom’ season produces one of nature’s most beautiful displays and seeing it is high on many peoples’ bucket list. But it’s not quite as straightforward as you may think, as where you are in Japan will determine what you see and when you will see it.   The blossom season ...

Japan in Full Bloom

Anastasia Miari
2 March, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

If the sight of blooming daffodils and crocuses has you excited about the on-set of spring this month, then you’ll understand Japan’s national adoration of the Sakura Cherry Blossom, now well on its way to full bloom across most of the country. Our wild flowers have nothing on the pink ...

Summer 2015's Best Alternative Festivals

Anastasia Miari
27 February, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

There’s light at the end of the tunnel. Winter’s grip is slowly giving way to spring and we’re well on our way to summer festival season once more. Before booking any tickets (you may well regret bagging Glasto early-birds this year), look to combine this summer’s festival experience – be ...

Coasting Nature Down-Under

Anastasia Miari
25 February, 2015 by Anastasia Miari

Sampling fine wine and soaking up the sun are obvious options where a trip to Australia is concerned but the North East Coast of the land down under has something a little more adventurous to offer.To really make the most of your trip, consider Queensland’s Nature Coast, spanning from Brisbane ...

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