Chinese Whispers and European Romance in the Chinese city Harbin

My first visit to China during a tour of the North East province of Heilongjiang was fantastic and surprising. The capital, Harbin is just as beautiful as any European city with its wide avenues, romantic architecture and decorative street lamps. This backdrop is contrasted with the grit and grime of a mainland Chinese city, with […]

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Exploring Ipoh’s Old Town and Street Art by Ernest Zacharevic

Ipoh is the capital of the Perak region of Malaysia and the countries third largest city. The town was originally founded on the tin mining industry, which went into decline from the late 20th century. Today Ipoh attracts many visitors who are drawn by its old-world charm. The town centre is a mesh of colonial-era buildings, rustic […]

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Singapore Airlines: The Business Class Experience

Singapore Airlines has a reputation for delivering a world class service up in the air. However having frequently travelled Business Class with a few airlines, Singapore Airlines is far from my favourite. Whilst the Kris Flyer Business Class Lounge in Singapore is comfortable (despite not serving any Champagne), the food and comfort offered in Business Class does […]

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7 Things to Do in New York

There is a reason why people wear I love New York on a t-shirt, because it is an awesome city. New York has it all from iconic yellow taxis to great food and drink, and all the excitement and adventure you can expect in a big city. Here are 7 things you must do on a city break to […]

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Weekend Up North: Manchester and Alderley Edge

It was our friend Adam’s birthday, so we decided to head up north to visit him in Manchester on this special occasion. Manchester is a cool city in the north of England that is one square mile by one square mile and famous for great pubs and clubs, a foodie culture, beautiful architecture and lots of university […]

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