Wat Arun


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Experiential travel in Bangkok – part 1

By on November 18, 2017

Bangkok is my favourite ever City, despite its numerous changes since my initial visit I’ve been fortunate enough to be a frequent visitor and, as such, watched the City change and evolve.

But firstly, what is experiential travel? Google the phrase and you’ll see different and varying explanations. Mine is…

Duck and waffle, the signature dish at this top London restaurant


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Duck and Waffle

By on October 21, 2017

Duck-and-waffle, a London restaurant with a view

Location

2 mins walk from Liverpool St underground lies the private Bishopsgate Entrance to this luxury London restaurant where you’re fired up 40 floors in 40 seconds, vertigo inducing for some, fun for me!

https://duckandwaffle.com/

Greeted on arrival in a warm manner within a…


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Dubai

By on July 14, 2017

Known for its luxury shopping and ultramodern architecture I’ve witnessed Dubai change through the years from when I first looked at investing here (I didn’t, what a mistake!)

Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates on the southeast coast of the…


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New hotels round up

By on June 4, 2017

Mama Shelter

Mama Shelter, the Parisian originated boutique, hip hotel is heading to Dubai. Those familiar with the lifestyle hotel from France, the USA and South America will look for its customary blend of artistic influences and styles.

Roof top bars, restaurants, swimming pools, volleyball and basketball courts and…


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Bun House

By on June 2, 2017

Bun House

If you’re obsessed with baos as I am this Soho newbie offers a slight twist on the phenomenon with Chinese as opposed to Taiwanese style buns.

The major difference being that the Bun house’s chine bao are completely sealed, smaller with a lighter dough.

I opted for something…


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India

By on June 1, 2017

So, I found Rajasthan, the “Land of the Kings,” a visual fairy tale delight. Bordering Pakistan in Northern India most are familiar with its capital Jaipur (the “Pink City” in which lie the 18th-century City Palace and Hawa Mahal, a former cloister for…


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Sri Lanka

By on May 25, 2017

Sri Lanka

This beautiful island lies in South Asia, south east of India. An array of varying landscapes from rainforests to stunning beaches make this Country a must see.

History –  visit the Buddhist ruins, the amazing Anuradhapura, Temple of the Tooth, Siguiriya and the fascinating Dam bulla Cave…


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Paris

By on May 22, 2017

What  can I tell you that you don’t already know?! Yes it’s the capital city, yes it’s home too iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Gothic Botre Dame cathedral and  it’s known for it’s romance but do you know why? That’ll I’ll go…


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Santorini

By on May 4, 2017

Overview

Santorini is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. It was devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC, forever shaping its rugged landscape. The whitewashed, cubiform houses of its 2 principal towns, Fira and Oia, cling to cliffs above an underwater caldera…


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Switzerland – Geneva the peace Capital

By on April 7, 2017

Geneva

Geneva, the peace capital, is one of the most efficient cities I’ve been too where everything appears to run like clockwork. It’s Switzerland’s second biggest city with only half the population of Zurich.

Located at the southern end of the Lac Leman Geneva is surrounded by the both…

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London, UK

Mystery is intriguing don’t you think? I’m a trained journalist and marketer with four different Instagram accounts with a combined audience of over 500,000 followers. I spent my youth backpacking around the World. Whilst I had, quite frankly, the time of my life the ideologies of a hedonistic youth and that of an affluent, older gentleman are vastly different. Consequently, in the manic 24/7 World in which we currently operate time, the great commodity of the 20th century, is increasingly short. I therefore am continually driven to seek more luxurious surroundings, specifically those boutique or luxury.

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