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Journey to South West Germany: Discover Baden-Baden

So good they named it twice, Baden-Baden is located in the south-west of Germany, just a few kilometres from the border with France and a few minutes from the Black Forest. Its hot springs and thermal baths (popular since Roman times),...Show More Summary

How to Host the Ultimate Family Night When Staying in a Villa

A family holiday can be a balancing act. When going on vacation it’s because you are wanting to de-stress and bring yourself back from the brink of exhaustion. It’s a need for some serious relaxation time and pampering as well as outlet for your children’s everlasting energy. To find a holiday that balances both can […]

Beyond the Cities: Exploring France to Discover Its Real Soul and Culture

France is a unique country that has so much to offer to its visitors. Even if there are main cities to discover, if you plan wisely your trip a car hire may be the perfect solution to make the most of it and explore some amazing and not so common areas of this picturesque and […]

Heidelberg and Karlsruhe: Two Gems Not to be Missed in the South West of Germany

Once upon a time…? Long ago and far away…? As opening sentences go, there really is no better way to introduce Heidelberg. On first impressions, the Baden-Württemberg town is like a real-life Disneyland, a pop-up book of a place, complete...Show More Summary

Money Savings Tips for Cruise Holidays

Cruises have skyrocketed in popularity in recent times. This is, in part, due to the industry targeting a younger generation by offering a range of different destinations and proving all kinds of amazing facilities on board. Nowadays, cruises are multi-generational trips and a fantastic way to travel and see the world. Due to the nature […]

Match Day Must Dos

IT’S FOOTBALL SEASON! I can hardly contain my excitement. For the next few months, every single week, some men and some other men will play sports really hard against each other, and one group will sports better than the other, and everyone will either cheer with joy or weep desolate tears of utter despair. Show More Summary

How the Super-Rich Travel and an Evolution in Luxury Travel

The super-rich people in this world have the luxury of choosing much more glamorous ways of travelling. Instead of hanging around at the airport and cramming on economy class flights, the wealthy can travel in a lot easier, quieter and more luxurious ways. For the wealthy elite, travel is often as enjoyable as going on […]

La Cabana Restaurant in Benalmadena

La Cabana restaurant is situated on the Prom in Benalmadena. After walking down from Benalmadema railways station through the market and Parque de la Paloma, we were ready for sit down and some food. We were attracted by the 10 Euro three course set menu at La Cabana, The price also included bread and a […]

Review of Sky Lodge Perth Scotland

I stayed at the Skylodge Perth in Scone on a Saturday night in late May 2017. I searched for the cheapest single room in the Perth/ Blairgowrie area on the HotelCombined price comparison website. The Perth Skylodge was by far the cheapest. I found a single room for £27 on When you turn into […]

The Great Tapestry of Scotland

The Great Tapestry of Scotland is on display in Alloa Library until 18 August 2017. It’s free to see this wonderful pictorial history of Scotland in Alloa. Below are photos of some of my favourite pieces. Bank of Scotland founded 1695 Home Weaving, Reeling and Spinning Listen to the surge of the sea George Smith […]

This Will Ruin Everything: 10 Years of Recoat at The Lighthouse Glasgow

This Will Ruin Everything by Recoat runs until 30 July 2017 at The Lighthouse in Glasgow. You’ll need to get your skates on to see this great exhibition celebrating the 10th anniversary of Recoat,a Scottish arts organisation which specialises in contemporary urban art. Below are some of my favourite pieces.

An Insiders Guide to Bologna: Terracotta Towers and Tortellini

Tortellini. Lasagne. Mortadella. Bologna is a city which has earned its accolades as a gastronomic paradise by giving the world some of Italy’s best loved dishes, including that glorious rich meaty ragù we’ve all come to know and love as ‘bolognese’. Show More Summary

How to Make the Most of a Weekend in Kaunas

Located 100km to the west of Lithuania’s capital Vilnius, Kaunas is a great value destination with more than its fair share of great restaurants, interesting museums and green leafy spaces. Choose Kaunas and prepare to be pleasantlyShow More Summary

Top 7 Places to Drink Beer in Europe

Europeans have some of the best beers in the world. In fact, it is absolutely possible to base one’s entire holiday on a holiday surrounded by Europe’s diverse breweries. The reason for this is that Europe’s oldest and best breweries are in some of the most stunning cities that Europe has to offer. Some examples […]

An Amsterdam Food Tour by Withlocals

As one of my friends is thinking of visiting the Dutch capital, I decided to have a look online to to get some ideas for her on things to do in Amsterdam. I thought that going on a couple of tours would give her an introduction to the city, and be an opportunity for her […]

Add It Up Exhibition by Jac Leirner at Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh

The Add It Up exhibition featuring the work of Brazilian artist Jac Leirner runs until 22 October at the Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh. Much of Leirner’s work is constructed of everyday objects. Below are my favourite pieces in the exhibition. Leveled Spirit consists of 38 spirit levels. Blue Phase is made of 50.000 obsolete Brazilian […]

Centre Pompildou Malaga Spain

As I ascended towards Gibralfaro Castle in Malaga, I was curious about the coloured glass cube that I could see near the port. The following day, I decided to investigate. It turned out that it was an installation at the Centre Pompidou Malaga. I found seat in the shade to do some research on the […]

Enjoy the magic of XLSIOR Festival at Mykonos Panormos Villas

Mykonos is liberal, magnanimous and open minded. In fact it has been so ever since the 1960’s. This is why Hollywood stars, royalty, celebrities, tycoons and A listers -even the famously reclusive, “sad” princess Soraya- come here to...Show More Summary

Caminos de Exilio Outdoor Photo Exhibition in Malaga, Spain

The Caminos del Exilio (Paths of Exile) outdoor photography exhibition is located in muelleuno shopping centre, close to Centre Pompidou Malaga. The exhibition was organised by the French Institute of Spain. The photo above, depicting migrants wrapped in foil, was hauntingly similar to the Ghosts installation by Kader Attica (photo below) on display at the […]

Weekend Escape with the Kids: Gothenburg, Sweden

Filled with bars, bistros and boutiques, Gothenburg is much more relaxed and maybe a bit edgier than capital Stockholm.  Catering to a young university crowd, Sweden’s second city might not be your first choice for a weekend away with the kids.  But Gothenburg surprised us with its chilled, child-friendly vibe and  attractions. Show More Summary

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