London - jewel in the crown. Originally a Londoner, I’d seen every filter on the city - but taking one’s kids there, and for just a few days, wipes the slate clean. Kids are a special lens on all their own - everything you ever thought you knew about the nation's capital looks different with children because you’re no...
Vancouver has exploded. With a property boom that placed its house price increase as the second highest in the world after Singapore, I was intrigued to know what the fuss was all about. South Africans have slowly begun to wake up to the prospect of Canada as an emigration option, offering an alignment with...
A humanistic approach to hospitality for the culturally curious traveller, SALT takes its guests to people - not just places - connecting them to locals and their way of life, placing them in the action, not just beside it. SALT’s creator and CEO of The Lux Collective, Paul Jones, comments, “When deciding on the location for our...
If your holiday mantra has always been “go big or go home”, it’s time to start thinking a little differently… a little smaller, perhaps, as the global popularity of micro hotels is on the increase, and definitions of luxury evolve. Micro hotels are about so much more than designing existing footprints to cram more people in to maximize headcount...
While most passengers are focused on finding the most cost-efficient fare for their trip, airlines and airports are constantly investing in innovations to improve passengers’ travel experiences. There’s much in the pipeline, whether it’s an in-flight virtual reality game that helps reduce motion sickness or finding the balance between exclusive in-flight shopping and online retail....
The airline business is a competitive one, which means that passengers benefit from constant innovations and improvements in the inflight experience. It’s always intriguing to know who’s the best of the best though – and to know which special features to look out for when travelling in a new region, or on a new airline.
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