Category Archive: Travel

Jan 11

The Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards  Announce 2018 Shortlist 

Edward Standford Travel Writing

The Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards, in association with luxury tailor made travel specialist Hayes & Jarvis, has announced its shortlist for 2018. The Awards celebrate the best travel writing and travel writers in the world. With 43 titles whisking readers to over 150 countries across seven categories, these awards celebrate both multi-award-winning authors and inspirational debuts from over 15 countries. These …

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Oct 31

Pasta Remoli – A Must for Italian Food Lovers

There is nothing more satisfying than hearty Italian food especially as the nights are getting a little more chilly. Personally, finding a good pasta restaurant is surprisingly quite the challenge in London and i’m still making my way through the catalogue of recommended Italian restaurants. One of the things I look for is a menu …

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Oct 10

My Murgh Makhani – National Curry Week

We are if you are unaware in a celebratory culinary alignment of epic proportions it is National Curry Week, Seafood Week, Chocolate Week and National Porridge Day. “Go on”, I hear you cry, “You’ve had all year have you come up with a recipe combining all of these?” Well no. We had porridge for breakfast, …

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Sep 26

The Holiday Home Industry and Brexit

Whether you are new to the market or a holiday letting expert, you should be aware of the changes in the political arena that have resulted in a decline in the purchase of family homes abroad. Staycation is the new vacation as booking a lodge in the lakes or renting a flat it Manchester replaces …

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Sep 17

No Rhyme Or Reason: Searcy’s At The Gherkin Plays Host To New Opus Art-Curated Exhibition…

No Rhyme Or Reason: At Searcys, The Gherkin 11 September – 10 November 2017 An exhibition curated by Opus Art in collaboration with G X Gallery Featuring works by Martin Foot, Eddie Hara, Claudia Meyer, Wu Mingzhong, Sheng Qi and Mitchell Schorr At Searcys | The Gherkin Visits by appointment only. Imagery: Shane Finn at …

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Sep 14

Accommodation apps: how are traditional hotels being affected?

The hospitality industry is bigger than you think, and with travelling becoming even easier, it is continuing to grow. The industry contributes towards a large proportion of Britain’s overall GDP – whilst employing a significant number of workers too. Overall, the total gross value-added contribution to GDP was estimated to be around £143 billion in …

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Aug 23

Family London: Fun Days Out With Children From Tots To Teens By Jimi Famurewa

Family London: Fun Days Out With Children From Tots To Teens By Jimi Famurewa This brilliant little book has over 100 great things to do in London with children. From little ones to teens, there is something for everyone. Great when you are stuck or want to try something new. It is not too heavy …

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Aug 22

What to consider when travelling to Vegas

Las Vegas is well-known for luxury casinos, dive bars and glitzy entertainment – but if you’ve never been to Vegas before, you’ll be in for a few surprises. To help make the best of your trip, here are just a few things you should know before travelling to Las Vegas for the first time… It’s …

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