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London phone box

Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner… but I doubt it

Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner that I love London so, but then again, perhaps it’s because London is just so lovable.
happiness

If you are searching for happiness you will find it in Denmark

According to the World Happiness Report, Denmark is the happiest country in the world, closely followed by Switzerland and Iceland.
Twelve brilliant beauty holiday hacks you will love

12 brilliant beauty holiday hacks you will love

Here are some brilliant holiday hacks that I've collated that will enhance your holiday experience.
Solar Impulse 2 RTW : Second Test Flight AbuDhabi

Could solar powered planes be the future for air travel?

Two Swiss pilots completed the first ever round-the-world flight using only the power of the sun to power their airplane, the Solar Impulse 2.
Astley Clarke Friendship Bracelets

The festival of Rakhi and a symbol of friendship

With the Rakhi festival upon us, all attention turns to the tradition of giving of a friendship bracelet.
Gold columns in dimly lit dining environment at Club Chinoise, Mayfair

Why I took my date to Club Chinois in Mayfair, London

Grab your date and head to the glitzy opulence of Club Chinois in London's Mayfair. There's fringe theatre, hedonist acts, and oh yes delicious food.
crowded sandy beach

Hoteliers: Please don’t banish all UK travellers from your resorts

Britain, dubbed the “fake sick man of Europe”, face banishment from popular all-inclusive resorts abroad if the bogus compo culture continues.
Hull Marina

The city of Hull UK Capital of Culture – Really?

On the surface it seemed like an unlikely choice, yet Hull really does brush up nicely.
Women only carriages in Japan

Are we on track for women-only train carriages in the UK?

Jeremy Corbyn wants to keep British female travellers safe on the train, but some say this is the slippery slope of gender segregation.
Swastika on a building in Seoul

Why we shouldn’t ban the swastika

Japanese authorities have mooted a plan to update their maps and replace the swastika with an inoffensive three-tiered pagoda.

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