Roughly a two hour flight and a short taxi ride from the UK lies the centre of Palma, an underrated weekend break destination that is definitely worth a visit. From culture, history and shopping, to a picturesque waterfront and fantastic food, Palma really does have it all. The current place to stay is the Scandinavian owned Hotel...Read More
Paris is always a great idea. Not only because of the freshly baked buttery croissants but because of the endless art exhibitions that enlighten the city. Home of the Mona Lisa, the French capital has that certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ that continuously inspires artists and fascinates art admirers who, like me, will always find an...Read More
I’m on my second week in Colombia, and the bright, bustling and hot city of Medellín. I wasn’t sure what to make of this country at first, it’s so alien and confusing in its architecture, design and casual atmosphere. But now I’ve got to know it better, I think that I’m adjusting to this new...Read More
I’m a jack of many interests and a master of none. Greek mythology is one of the many, but my knowledge mostly comes from trawling through Wikipedia pages for days on end. But even a rudimentary reading of the complex and devious world of the Greek gods reveals how much of our basic culture came...Read More
Walk the streets of London and you’ll come face to face with the echoes of the long lasting love affair between its people and the humble leather jacket. A fashion staple in any wardrobe; surpassing fleeting trends and withstanding the test of time. From days past of dirty rockers, to the fashion elite of the...Read More
This week I stumbled across a series of photographs by Maud Fernhout tackling the issues that men face expressing emotion and the shame women feel for their laughter – being beautifully shot and accompanied by the words of each subject, it successfully presents the issue in a way that cannot be ignored and deserve to...Read More
In November, to break the monotony of everyday life I went to Oslo for a week. I’d been wanting to go for a while, and every Scandinavian country is on my list as I like the general culture and history of that part of the world. Oslo has plenty of that and it certainly didn’t...Read More
I know this is a bit late, but the bombings that occurred in Brussels last week made me flinch and grind my teeth with anger. This is not how Belgium should become a household place name, it’s not how people should hear of Brussels or see its architecture, beauty and culture. I’m sad to see...Read More
I admit it, I’m a misanthrope. My social skills are next to none, and I constantly worry whether I’m making a fool of myself in front of people I talk to. The anxiety is something I’m working on, something I had to confront on my recent trip to Oslo if I wanted to go anywhere...Read More
It might sound drastic to us right now, but it won’t be long before scheduled TV is out of business. Gone are the days of ritual viewing habits, with the introduction of on demand and online streaming services audiences are now the ones to decide when and how to watch media. YouTube has been an...Read More
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