Letters From Galapagos – 3


  Tony Lee & Renna Benson are visiting the Galapagos. This is their third “Letter from Galapagos”   There’s a lot said about the Galapagos and before you go you wonder if the trip will be worth the not inconsiderable cost in time, money and effort. Will the reality live up to the hype? Will…

Wines Of Brazil


    Nicholas Corfe of Go Brazil presented a selection of wines from Brazil to members of the Harrogate Medical Wine Society   “Here at Go Brazil we have been working hard for more than seven years to raise the awareness of Brazilian wine, and continue to be the only specialist UK importer to do…

Ukrainian International Airlines


Caitlin Jean Russell If you read any of my other reviews, whether it be about another airline, a restaurant or a hotel you will come to realise that I really don’t complain too much about services. Even if things are a little off, I like to highlight the positives rather than write extensively about the…

The Calais Jungle – The Diary Of An Aid Worker


Jungle – the infamous Calais refugee camp is about to close. Renu Dias is just back from a week in there as a British voluntary aid worker. This is a moving excerpt from the diary she kept     Wednesday 19th October The Jungle’s ‘High Street’ is now a ghost town. Once it was lined with…

A Walk Along Regents Canal


Originally posted on Bandi's Blog:
“The Regent’s Canal is one of London’s best-kept secrets – a peaceful haven often hidden by the surrounding buildings. Today it is well-loved by boaters, walkers and cyclists all looking to escape the capital’s busy streets” ? The 13.8 kilometre canal, completed in 1820, links the Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal,…