As anyone who’s been camping or caravanning will know, when you choose to live a little more frugally some home comforts every now and then can be immensely enjoyable. So when Kasha and I arrived in Wellington after nearly two weeks on the road in our Escape campervan Honey, we were longing for a Read Post
Everyone knows bringing hold luggage on short flights is pretty much pointless, especially given the reasonable cabin allowance you get for free and fact that hold luggage can cost you almost as much as your seat. In the interest of fighting costs, passengers have resorted to all sorts of creativity: tough wheelie bags made Read Post
I don’t know about you, but when my body craves comfort food, I inevitably end up daydreaming about Italian pasta dishes. There’s something about the rich tomato sauces, melted mozzarella and a creamy carbonara that just gets me.
Tree houses hidden in deep forests, house sized yurts, converted courthouses and seaside lookouts; the UK has some of the most gorgeous and unique accommodation you can find anywhere in the world. So when I was asked by TravelSupermaket if I fancied spending the evening in one of their more unusual hotels I jumped Read Post
Occupying the basement of the Hilton Hotel’s Park Lane branch, you’d be forgiven for never spotting Trader Vic’s, but drinkers in the know will be well aware of this establishment’s fabulous reputation. Running for over 50-years, this tropical themed tiki bar and restaurant has been serving thirsty Londoners the original Mai Tai and whipping Read Post
Nightjar Review The Nightjar is a nocturnal bird, often camouflaged due to its mottled plumage; an apt symbol for this illicit underground drinking den. The fevered mutterings about this basement bar have recently reached an all-time high, especially since the establishment’s most recent accolade by Drinks International as the 3rd best bar in the world. Read Post