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The Algarve’s Golden Triangle

Beautiful sandy beaches, white-washed picturesque villages, and an average of 300 days of sun per year make the Algarve, the southernmost region of Portugal, an ideal location for a holiday. Within this region, the Golden Triangle area is strategically located between Faro, the Algarve´s capital, where stands the international airport, Albufeira, notable for its lively […]

The New Avenger

With her blonde bob and martial arts skills, Purdey was the high-kicking embodiment of a sassy female secret agent in The New Avengers, which hit television screens in 1976 and 1977. Joanna Lumley played the fictional character working for British intelligence, alongside the bowler-hatted Patrick McNee, as Steed, in this television classic. She was a […]

Quiet Balearic Luxury

The Balearic Islands have attracted visitors since the 1960s, when the first international airport was built in Mallorca, paving the way for a massive growth in the tourist sector. These days, even the smaller islands, such as Formentera, have become major destinations for holiday makers. For discerning travellers such as you, our dear readers, the […]

Montenegro, Pearl Of The Adriatic

I was thrilled to be invited to explore the Port of Montenegro, just outside of Tivat; it has been on my bucket list for quite some time now. Like other countries in this part of Eastern Europe, Montenegro would have been unknown as a luxury tourist destination until a few years ago. Now, with the […]

Escape The Heat

With the weather in Britain going from wet and cold to suffocating hot and humid in just a question of days, a sweltering beach holiday destination may be far less attractive than it used to be; why fly to another country, in high season, just to experience the same baking temperatures you could find in […]

Villa René Lalique

The quaint town of Wingen-sur-Moder in France’s Northern Vosges Regional National Park has a history of glassmaking dating back to the 15th century. It is also the home of the Lalique factory, opened in 1921 by jewellery and master glassmaker René Lalique. Before his death in 1945, Lalique had stamped his creativity and personality on […]

Kyle De’Volle

Unpretentious, transparent, engaging, confident, funny – those are just a few of the words that spring to mind when I reflect on my interview with the fabulous Kyle De’Volle. A true industry insider, De’Volle’s contacts are second to none in the worlds of fashion and celebrity. He has a powerful social-media presence, and has become […]

No Child Left Behind

The United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights includes work and education as basic needs for any person, without discrimination. In today’s world, neither can really be achieved properly without access to the internet. This is why UNICEF and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) joined forces in 2019 to create Giga, an initiative aiming to connect […]

London Concours 2023

The grassy environs of the Honourable Artillery Company played host to one of the most intriguing collections of automobiles yet assembled by the London Concours in the service of City petrolheads. Presented by Montres Breguet, around 80 cars were on display across eleven classes of competition over three days in what has established itself as […]

Masabane Cecilia Rangwanasha

Masabane Cecilia Rangwanasha is a captivating soprano hailing from South Africa, whose extraordinary talent has garnered international acclaim. Known for her versatility and emotive performances, Masabane has carved a niche for herself in the world of classical music. A significant part of her charm is her African warmth and lust for adventure as she travels […]

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