Nero’s Golden Palace – The Roman Treasure You’ve Never Heard Of

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

Macarons of the Champs Elysées

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

Script to Screen: Camille Mỹ Giang’s Tahitian Dance Tale

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