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Family Fun at The Corner House in Brook Green

Family Fun at The Corner House in Brook Green

Most people are time poor, with daily routines and commitments generally getting in the way of the things you really want to do. Parents are the champions of this 21st century annoyance. What with tiny humans demanding every last second of their time until they collapse into bed. It’s a juggling act trying to keep everyone happy – all of the time. If only there was a place where you can go and kill two or three birds with one stone…Well…

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Rainy Day Adventure On The Cutty Sark

Rainy Day Adventure On The Cutty Sark

London weather can be quite temperamental, especially when you’ve planned a day out or it’s the school holidays. Recently I discovered a great rainy day activity, where the wet weather can actually add to the experience. From the moment we boarded the world’s only surviving tea clipper, the Cutty Sark in Greenwich we were in for an adventure packed day.

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5 Amazing Cultural Highs In Abu Dhabi

5 Amazing Cultural Highs In Abu Dhabi

The United Arab Emirates is a country which exudes the ultimate in glitz, glamour and opulence. Some of you maybe surprised to know it’s probably one of the main reasons I’ve swerved a visit since my last, 12 years ago to Dubai. Don’t get me wrong, it’s no secret I love a bit of luxe on my travels but this girl needs more of a culture hit on a holiday. Although still lavish, this is where Abu Dhabi is edging ahead. Slowly positioning itself as the Middle East’s arts and cultural hub, I obviously had to pay a visit!

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Journey to the Underworld this Halloween

Journey to the Underworld this Halloween

The nights are drawing in, the days are getting colder and Halloween is practically around the corner. Perfect timing for the next train departing Pedley Street Station straight to HELL! No, I’m not talking about your daily commute on the Central Line but Funicular’s new immersive dining experience. Interactive gastronomic adventures are becoming a huge part of the London theatre scene. Passengers on this train are invited to dine on board a luxury train carriage as they embark on their Journey to the Underworld. View Post

Dine like a Roman with Secret Food Tours

Dine like a Roman with Secret Food Tours

One of the main reasons I travel to Italy so often, let’s be honest, is to feast on their culinary delights. It’s one European country I’ll never go hungry in as a vegetarian. Based on rural peasant food traditions, the essence of Roman cuisine is simple, flavourful and hearty. Unfortunately, in a city which attracts so many visitors, authentic food is hard to find. Like most cities, you’ll be bombarded by low quality food traps along the major tourist trails. This is where Secret Food Tours Rome comes into play!

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Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi: Does it live up to the hype?

Your all time favourite superheroes and favourite cartoon characters now have a new home in a desert. Yes, that’s right, Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi is a 750 million pound playground on Yas Island and is one of the biggest ever indoor theme parks. Trust me, this place will get the whole family excited!

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7 Berlin Eats You Can’t Miss

7 Berlin Eats You Can't Miss

Berlin is certainly known for its impressive art scene, compelling history and wild nightlife, but not as your typical foodie hotspot. Sausages, sauerkraut, potato dumplings and lots of steins of beer are probably the first things which spring to mind when you think German food. View Post

Why Abu Dhabi in Summer is a Great Idea

Why Abu Dhabi in Summer is a Great Idea

For your next far flung, exotic destination look no further than Abu Dhabi, in particular during the summer months. Yes, that’s right. I’ve just suggested you head to a desert when temperatures reach boiling point. Trust me, this isn’t as mad as it sounds. View Post