When I first walked out onto a Manhattan sidewalk, my neck was constantly craning to look up at all the skyscrapers and buildings that towered over me. I was in awe of my immediate surroundings. Being a film and TV fan, it’s hard not to already have formed a mental image of New York and its intrinsic core that makes it so world-famous from the yellow taxi cabs, gloomy subways and famous landmarks. (more…)
When we were younger, my group of four school friends and I made a promise to be each other’s bridesmaids, so when the first of us got engaged back in 2007, we were pretty excited. Even more so when she informed us the wedding was going to be in Antigua…
After much discussion about the plausibility of all of us making the trip out to the Caribbean island the following year – we all agreed that the distance wasn’t an issue, and that it would be rude for us not to turn it into a proper holiday. (more…)
Even though I have been fortunate enough to travel to far-reaching destinations across the globe, there is one place that is dear to my heart. Not only is Ravello on Italy’s Amalfi coast a stunning and charming area, but it’s also where I got married…
Today marks an exciting event. The Hogwarts Express has finally arrived at Platform 9¾ and the clever folk at The Harry Potter Studio Tour are unveiling the famous Olton Hall steam train in a new permanent section – an engine which is so iconic to the Harry Potter series of books and films.
With diverse cultures of Malay, Chinese and India – a hotchpotch of many wonderful influences – Malaysia truly is a multi-faceted country, boasting rich historical heritage; traditional and modern architecture and breathtaking natural beauty. (more…)