Travelling without leaving home – reading the Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch brought back memories of my own London trip in 2014.
A look back at the past year and where I’ve been to. 52 days of overseas travel with a full time day job and just 18 days of leave? Here’s how I managed to maximize travel in 2014
Ever been a part of a performance art piece? I got to catch Marina Abramovic’s 512 Hours at the Serpentine Gallery when I was in London, it was real bizarre!
Here’s a little about why and how you can add a little arts and culture into your next holiday itinerary to make it a more memorable one.
I took a street art walking tour with Alternative London to check out the street art scene up in Shoreditch, the East End of London.
Here’s a look at some of my favourite stories set in London – Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes and Neverwhere – and how I paid homage to them on my trip there.
My first work trip was a week in London, and what an artsy week it was. Here’s a little about how it went and where I managed to squeeze in before, during and after the trip.
The old adage goes that you get what you pay for, and unfortunately when we’re talking about hotel rooms, that means budget rooms are often smaller. If you’re traveling somewhere where space is a real commodity, cities like London and Hong Kong, for example, you’re going to have to make the best of being cramped in a small hotel room or hostel. Here are some tips on living in small spaces on your trip: Pack Accordingly When you pack your stuff, use that time to organize. Think about your itinerary for the next few days and order your luggage …