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My WeekendNotes - 43
A mere three hours bus ride from the capital, Essaouria is a laid back coastal town that feels far from the madding crow... [more]
Last year's Craft Beer Rising festival was named one of 'The UK's Hottest Tickets of 2014' - so don't miss your chan... [more]
19/02/2015 - 22/02/2015
Hvar, the sunniest island in Croatia, nestling in the beautiful blue waters of the Adriatic sea, is fast becoming a popu... [more]
"How do I have a better sex life?" It might seem a brazen question, but one that author, entrepreneur and expert Nicole ... [more]
26/09/2014
Last night, we took advantage of a special offer to dine at a top notch eatery for the princely sum of only 20. Lim... [more]
I've always been interested in the lost art of foraging - the acquisition of food by hunting and gathering plants from... [more]
"If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair..." goes the famous song by Scott McKenzie.... [more]
Last weekend we took advantage of the sunshine's long awaited arrival in London to go out walking. Even though I hav... [more]
Last weekend we took advantage of spring's first appearance and headed down to the South Bank to explore the Alchemy F... [more]
27/03/2013 - 26/04/2013
Tucked away near a parade of shops on Goldsmith Row between Hackney Road and Broadway Market, Little Georgia is a hidd... [more]
The 'Matrimandir' or 'Temple of the Mother' is the spiritual and physical heart of Auroville, a community in Pondicherry... [more]
An incongruous pink building resembling a wedding cake, you wouldn't immediately think 'Gandhi', but this wacky building... [more]
Speedboat is the only way to get around in Koh Samet. We got our own private boat off the island in a trip that only too... [more]
In a recent trip to the canal side town of Hebden Bridge, we stumbled in to Stubbing Wharf Inn. About 10-15 minutes wa... [more]
Along with tracksuits, scousers and ferries across the Mersey, TV sitcom 'Bread' is a Liverpudlian institution. The sh... [more]
Tucked away on a side street just out of sight of bustling Upper Street lies 69 Colebrooke Row. The 'bar with no name' ... [more]
Located deep underneath the streets of Margate lies one of England's most curious and unexpected of attractions - the my... [more]
From the moment we entered Camp and Furnace we were surprised and delighted with what we found. Located in an unprepos... [more]
Nestled at the bottom of quiet, suburban streets lined with Georgian town houses, Chatsworth Road is one of East Londo... [more]
Curiouser and curiouser, you might well ask! Nestled away in one part of the old town in one of Margate's quaintest st... [more]
Head down the staircase into the subterranean gloom and close the bathroom door behind you. Entering the cubicle, you pe... [more]
This weekend we got our drinking caps on at the Craft Beer Rising Festival which took place for the first time at, fitti... [more]
22/02/2013 - 23/02/2013
Creperie Du Monde is an atmospheric little cafe located right in the heart of Clapton's coolest weekend spot, Chatswor... [more]
1. Have Brunch on the Bund Home to nearly 145,000 foreign nationals, Shanghai is a haven for Westerners and these peo... [more]
Standing opposite the historic Smithfield meat market in London, Smiths of Smithfield (SOS) is a grade II listed buildin... [more]
East London's Hackney is home to approximately 5,000 Vietnamese residents due to the arrival of migrants in the 70s. The... [more]
The Clowns Cafe in Cambridge has, as you might guess from its name, a certain theme. Inspired by owner Raffaele Columb... [more]
I popped into Yalla Yalla for a mid week lunch in town with a friend. It was surprisingly busy and bustling with crowd... [more]
We recently spent a wonderful weekend in the historic village of Haworth, home of the Bronte sisters. Whilst enjoying ... [more]
It sounded at first as if there were people inside the exhibit: chatting, talking. I walked around the corner, expecti... [more]
The Royal Armouries are national museums of arms and armour and we have three in Great Britain. The first (as you migh... [more]
Formerly Scruffy Murphy's, The Wick at Both Ends is anything but. It is now an opulent yet cosy bar with a fabulous ... [more]
The extensive network of underground tunnels in Cu Chi, which were used by the Viet Cong guerrilla fighters during the V... [more]
1) Sample the food Whether it is mango salad, spring rolls, squid cooked in lemongrass or shrimps in tamarind sauce, Vi... [more]
Hidden away on the top floor of the Emperor Hotel, one wouldn't expect that this discrete little number would boast ... [more]
The bohemian, university neighbourhood of Nimmenhaemin is unsurprisingly home to a number of boutique cafes and bijou ... [more]
Along with full moon parties, ping pong shows and the pre requisite falling out of bars on Khao San Road, Mui Tai boxi... [more]
Quite possibly the most laid back state in India and former outpost on the great Hippie Trail, Goa has long captured the... [more]
Rishikesh, the self-dubbed 'Yoga Capital of the World' is spiritual consumerist central and in amongst the ashrams and... [more]
. We were tipped off about this place by some Pai long timers who assured us the food was the best in town. Our source... [more]
Strung with hundreds of red Chinese lanterns and stretching over one kilometre, Gui Je (as it is officially known) is Be... [more]
Vietnam is famed for its fabulous food. With this in mind, it is no surprise that cookery classes are one of the mo... [more]
The Beijng Bookworm cafe is even more than its name suggests - it is in fact a restaurant, events space, library and bar... [more]