Month: November 2016

VIDEO: Stunning Shore Club Turks and Caicos to Open Soon

The Hartling Group’s newest property is a $100 million resort project on Long Bay Beach in Providenciales and is immediately a game-changer. Source: VIDEO: Stunning Shore Club Turks and Caicos to Open Soon

Eurostar

A great bonus of being a Londoner in Brussels is the Eurostar, a quick two-hour painless journey home. Whatever station you are travelling from you need to be checked-in/checking-in thirty minutes … Source: Eurostar

Rum Journal: A Rum to Try From Grenada

Grenadian rums tend to be a bit on the sweet side, unsurprising for spirits hailing from a place known as the Spice Isle and where nutmeg is bountiful. Source: Rum Journal: A Rum to Try From Grenada

A New Vista For Carnival | TravelPulse

From a 455-foot kaleidoscope water slide to a 15-story-high skyride, innovation will hit guests at every turn Source: A New Vista For Carnival | TravelPulse

Five Luxury Boutique Hotels in the Caribbean to Try Right Now

At certain small hotels in the Caribbean, the art of luxury is delivered in a more intimate, more bespoke manner, with an emphasis on indulgence, sophistic Source: Five Luxury Boutique Hotels in the Caribbean to Try Right Now

Five Reasons to Visit Canouan Island in the Grenadines Caribbean Journal

No matter where in the U.S., Canada or U.K. you’re coming from, it’ll take you at least two flights and half a day to reach Canouan. Source: Five Reasons to Visit Canouan Island in the Grenadines Caribbean Journal

Broadway with an Eye to Fashion

The worlds of Broadway and fashion rarely intersect. Yet they did when legendary designer Valentino called the hit Broadway musical Aladdin “the most beautiful show on the planet” in The New York Times. Source: Broadway with an Eye to Fashion

ALHAMBRA PALACE

I visited the ALHAMBRA palace and fortress complex in Granada, Andalusia, Spain during my recent trip to Europe. This palatial complex was constructed in AD 889 and then renovated and rebuilt by th… Source: ALHAMBRA PALACE Save

Day 5.  A train ride to Silves

I woke up briefly during the night to what sounded like hailstones out on the terrace but when we opened the curtains at 8.00 am we discovered our tiled balcony and white patio furniture were coate… Source: Day 5.  A train ride to Silves…

Coffee Morning, Ubud

Our hotel kindly organised for James & I to take a little organised day trip. In preparation, we woke early and enjoyed a delicious breakfast at La View Restaurant at our hotel. We were promptl… Source: Coffee Morning, Ubud Save

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