Mondays are probably the day of the week we need coffee the most. I know once I get over the rude shock of being woken by an alarm after a weekend of sleep-ins, the first thing I do is make a coffee. When I had an office job it was such a ritual and I couldn’t open my bleary eyes properly until I had a sip of a flat white.
When you’ve spent the day on the rowdy streets of Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi, dodging motorbikes, turning away street vendors, and sweating like it’s your job, you can’t be blamed for wanting a bit of luxury to rest your head. We found it at Bonsella Hotel. […]
Beijing is a city of extremes. It has dusty ancient alleyways and sophisticated modern buildings. It has blistering summers and teeth-chattering winters. There is a really Great Wall and you can get really great beer. Here’s why you should visit China’s capital at least once in your life.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Penang’s Georgetown doesn’t just have amazing street art, palpable culture and a smorgasbord of incredible food, it also has great coffee spots. Here are some top cafes to visit while in this special part of Malaysia.
Hoi An, like much of Vietnam, is a romantic assault on the senses. The air clings to you like hot breath. Motorbike engines forever rev and warm bowls of cao lau broth compete with cold gulps of beer. The Ancient Town’s vistas overexpose themselves with […]
Wellington has recently been named the world’s most liveable city in a global survey conducted by Deutsche Bank. Yay for Wellington! I, too, am fond of New Zealand’s capital so here are some worthwhile things to do on a day spent in the very loveable, very liveable city.