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Holiday in London – Itinerary & Travel Tips

London is a real life museum with a rich history and culture. It is cosmopolitan, proud, flamboyant, open but at the same time conservative, reserved and subtle. We wanted to put together an itinerary and travel tips from a Londoner’s perspective for someone who is visiting London for the first time. An itinerary that is practical and enjoyable. One that captures the spirit, the history … Continue reading Holiday in London – Itinerary & Travel Tips

All you need to know about driving from UK to France

Although UK has stopped being a member of the EU on 31st January 2020, the rules for driving a UK vehicle in France remains unchanged until the end of the transition period on 31st of December 2020. There is no decision yet on the new requirements post the transition period. We will keep you posted when we are aware of it. Till then, below is … Continue reading All you need to know about driving from UK to France

The Cambridge Chop House

3 hours before we were due to arrive in Cambridge, we suddenly remembered that being a Saturday evening, we should probably book a table for dinner. Having not done any research or having very good internet connection we tasked the concierge at our hotel (The University Arms) to help out. Only too willing to oblige and after a quick search (on the good old internet) … Continue reading The Cambridge Chop House

10 Fleeting Transit Hours in Istanbul

Realising too late that I had mistakingly selected the wrong connecting flight in Istanbul when I booked my flight from Singapore to London, I was rather annoyed, but there was little I could do to rectify the situation. Paying almost ticket price again to change the flight was not an option! Note to self: do not book flights at 2am when dog tired and always … Continue reading 10 Fleeting Transit Hours in Istanbul

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One Week Holiday in Seoul, South Korea – Itinerary & Travel Tips

Seoul is the thriving capital of South Korea. It is the beating heart of the emerging economical as well as cultural capital of the world with global brands like Samsung and BTS. April and October are the best time to go. The weather is ideal, generally dry with high of 18°C in the day time. Below is our recommended itinerary and travel tips for an … Continue reading One Week Holiday in Seoul, South Korea – Itinerary & Travel Tips

Top 5 Restaurants for Dinner in Les Deux Alpes

After the sunset and an awesome day on the slopes of Les Deux Alpes, it is time to find an equally amazing restaurant to fill the stomachs with the best the French has to offer. Below are my Top 5 Restaurants for dinner at Les Deux Alpes. 5. L’Alisier If you are craving seafood, L’Alisier is the place to go to. This spacious and bright … Continue reading Top 5 Restaurants for Dinner in Les Deux Alpes

Suzi Tros – Minimalist Greek Tapas in Notting Hill

A small Greek restaurant tucked away in Notting Hill. Stepping through the classically Greek coloured facade of cobalt blue and white, we were faced with a few counter style tables and a large open kitchen taking up the majority of the front part of the restaurant. Our table was booked for 1.30pm and the lunch service was in full swing. Hope it will be as … Continue reading Suzi Tros – Minimalist Greek Tapas in Notting Hill

Residence Le Cortina – Practical Family Ski Chalet in Les Deux Alpes

Residence Le Cortina in Les Deux Alpes is a dichotomy – it has extras that you won’t find in similarly priced ski chalet but it does lack bits of the essentials. The chalet is a beautiful 6-storey building with a range of 2-bedroom to 5-bedroom self-catered family apartments. Close to Ski Lifts, Restaurants, Bars and Groceries Let’s start with the positives. It is located on … Continue reading Residence Le Cortina – Practical Family Ski Chalet in Les Deux Alpes

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University Arms Hotel – Luxury in the Heart of Cambridge

It is a luxury to have a porte cochere or a drive-through archway, for a city centre hotel, but that’s what University Arms in Cambridge is all about. This hotel reopened its door in 2018, after a £80m renovation led by Queen’s architect, John Simpson and Swedish-born interior designer, Martin Brudnizki. It is now part of the Autograph Collection – the luxury boutique hotels arm … Continue reading University Arms Hotel – Luxury in the Heart of Cambridge

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Off-peak Holiday in Mykonos – Itinerary & Travel Tips

We love Mykonos at the end of October, as the tourism industry gradually shuts down for winter on this beautiful Greek island. The famously hedonistic party season which usually draws in the hordes and packs out the island had clearly ended, so once more, it is a relaxed, peaceful, almost sleepy island paradise. The weather is still warm and pleasant, in the low 20°C. A … Continue reading Off-peak Holiday in Mykonos – Itinerary & Travel Tips