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Olympic-class eater, lover of champagne and fine reds. Will travel for food!
It's hard to make recommendations when I don't know what you're into, but there are some spectacular places to eat, drink and soak up the Singapore skyline. I'd recommend you visit Gardens by the Bay, particularly at night. The lights are spectacular... See More
The coast road is much more scenic than the Hume Highway (the most direct driving route from Sydney to Melbourne, taking around 10 hours "door to door") but it's a much longer drive. The Royal National Park is probably less than an hour south of Sydn... See More
The reality here is that most good quality headphones are pretty expensive. I've flirted with cheaper models but they just don't do the same job. I use Sennheiser noise-cancelling headphones that fit snugly over my ears. They have a 'talk through' bu... See More
Provided you don't have a significant delay getting through immigration (and the queues at Heathrow can be long), jumping on the Heathrow Express to get into Paddington station is the way to go. Taking the London Underground from the airport is a lon... See More
If you love coffee, head to Great Titchfield Street. A hugely fun spot is The Attendant which is a cafe underground in a converted Victorian-era public toilet. The coffee and snacks are great, there's free wi-fi and it's not far from the main shoppin... See More
Had a few bucket list moments this year: Moscow Saint Petersburg (Russia). Absolutely incredible sights and experiences. But as I tick them off the list, more seem to crowd on - seeing the Northern Lights, maybe in Finland, maybe Canada, not sure. Go... See More
There's some great walks in and around Sydney - some short, others quite long. You should investigate the trails in the Blue Mountains National Park which is about an hour and a half's drive west from Sydney. The city has national parks to the north ... See More
I've just come back from Rome. The most amazing dining experience there is at the Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts. The restaurant is La Pergola, has 3 Michelin stars and the terrace has a panoramic view of Rome. Everything about the ... See More
Harlem is fine, but personally I'd stay closer to the northern edge of Central Park than further uptown. The atmosphere's better, there are lots of good places to eat and it just felt more comfortable. My favourite area of Manhattan though, is the Ea... See More