We all like an extra excuse to take a holiday and what better than the steadily growing strength of the pound over the last year!
Category: Indochina and Far East
Eating out in Thailand is a absolute pleasure and not just the restaurants – the streetfood is fabulous and a real highlight. With limited time
The recent UNESCO meeting in Bonn have inscribed another 24 World Heritage sites around the world to bring the total to 1031 in 163 different
It had been a fair few years since I last visited Halong Bay and I was a bit nervous. I knew that it would be
Recently I got the chance to attend my first supper club and to try out Malaysian Nyonya food – there was no hesitation in accepting
Article courtesy of Japan National Tourist Office Last year cookery book author and food blogger Niamh Shields (aka @eatlikeagirl) visited Japan. Here she shares her top
It’s not as if we really need lots of reasons to travel however the steadily growing strength of the pound over the last year has
I recently returned from a trip to Hong Kong where I spent Chinese New Year with my good friend Sarah who is currently living there.
The Chinese New Year celebrations are under way across Asia and the world. Also known as the Spring Festival it celebrates the start of new
As part of a recent holiday to China I enjoyed a 4 day (3 nights) cruise on the Yangtze river from Chongqing to Yichang aboard