Unique ways of remembering trips always make a great gift, either for a friend or a way to treat yourself ;). After you’ve had a great trip to a destination, you have your photos, but it’s always nice to have another ay to remember it! Forget your fridge magnets, it’s all about map art! Passing a map on a wall in your house you will be able to see all the different destinations you’ve travelled to, each one evoking different memories and feelings! Modern Map art provide great maps of most destinations across the world!
London is known for having some of the world’s oldest and most iconic luxury hotels. It’s not surprising, considering it’s one of the world’s oldest cities. It was founded by the Romans back around 50 AD, and the concept of letting a guest stay in one’s house, or accommodation so to speak, actually dates back to Biblical times.
Don’t you just hate it when you get to your destination and realise you forgot your toothbrush? I know right? Even if you have packed everything and cant think of anything else, you always leave the house thinking you have left something behind and you wont realise until you arrive at your destination! Well luckily for you, to avoid any packing based mishaps or anxiety, I’ve compiled this list for y’all so you don’t forget anything on your travels. So print this off, tick off the items below and you’ll have sparkly teeth and charged up electricals for your whole journey!
I remember going to farms as a youngster; the excitement of seeing all the animals, feeding them, and thinking I could actually talk to them. My favorite were the sheep and goats who nearly took your hand with them when they gobbled up the food you gave them. Now that i’m older I realize, to my disappointment, that I am no Dr Doolittle. However, the memories of visiting farms as a youngster are still very vivid and i’m sure I learnt a thing or to when I visited them!
“Can you take the service charge off the bill please?”
The idea of saying this probably fills you with dred.
Don’t worry, it’s very British of you.
Sushi has seen its popularity sore recently with boutique restaurants opening up all over London. One of the main reasons for this surge is claims that it’s a great food for your health, as well as tonnes of celebrities eating it. In all honesty its actually pretty calorific and high in sugar due to the way the sushi rice is made, Sashimi Sushi is actually the healthiest as there’s no rice! However, i’m not attracted to the food for the health benefits, the main reason for my love of Sushi is the fact that it just tastes bloody good.
One of the many sayings I like to live life by is: “If you don’t ask, you don’t get”
This is especially true when flying.
Everyone loves a little bit of extra legroom on flights, I especially love it as I’m 6ft 4 and often fly 10 hour flights. Very rarely however, do I see people asking if they can sit in these godly exit seats; the seats where your legs can stretch out forever, and the whole plane puts their lives in your hands if there’s an emergency.
Well, start asking people, because its more than possible to get that couple of extra inches (get your mind out the gutter). Here’s how to go about it.