Costa Rica has no shortage of beautiful beaches. With the powerful Pacific Ocean running along its West side, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to picturesque bays. The Guancaste area on the North Pacific coast is a good place to start your beach search, with its array of relaxed seaside towns which capture… Read More A Trio of Beaches on Costa Rica’s North Pacific Coast
A hazy afternoon in London, high-rise apartment blocks in the distance, wading through a meadow of knee-deep wildflowers dressed as an astronaut. No, this isn’t a surreal dream; it’s a beekeeping workshop at Woodbury Wetlands with The Local Honeyman. Did you know that you can try beekeeping in the UK capital? There are, in fact,… Read More What’s The Buzz About London Beekeeping?
By Alice Mariscotti-Wayatt I knew Rome was going to be packed out with tourists, so once I’d got the essential activities out of the way (Sistine Chapel and eating my weight in pizza) I was keen to find some slightly more off-the-beaten-track experiences. The Secret Palace Beneath Rome Which is how I came across Nero’s… Read More Nero’s Golden Palace – The Roman Treasure You’ve Never Heard Of
Lovely lavender, as far as the eye can see. Swaying in the breeze. Just outside London, lies the beautiful fragrant fields of Castle Farm and The Hop Shop. A burst of purple and scent amid the rolling green fields of the UK’s Kentish countryside. How to get there There are a few different train routes… Read More Lavender Fields Forever
Two grand macaron cafés sit side-by-side on Paris’ famous avenue, Champs Elysées. Although both Ladurée and Pierre Hermé feature a stylish interior and, most importantly, a delicious selection of macarons, they offer their visitors a very different macaron experience. While Ladurée represents the decadence and grandeur of tradition, Pierre Hermé stands for contemporary elegance and… Read More Macarons of the Champs Elysées
Help filmmaker/dancer Camille Mỹ Giang take her beautiful Tahitian dance story from page to pictures as she raises funds to create a new short film, The Vahine: https://www.ulule.com/lavahine/ Camille is a French-Vietnamese filmmaker who developed a deep love of Polynesian dance when she moved to London and discovered London School of Hula and ‘Ori (LSHO).… Read More Script to Screen: Camille Mỹ Giang’s Tahitian Dance Tale
by Bianca Ohannessian Spring is one of the most enchanting times to explore the Italian regions of Tuscany and Liguria. Although, that being said, every season is a beautiful time to visit these two neighbouring regions which sit in the centre of the country. If you want to catch fields full of golden sunflowers and… Read More Spring Awakenings in Tuscany & Liguria