ICEHOTEL – Jukkasjärvi, Swedish Laplands. 18th-20th December 2015 In the far north of Sweden, you’ll find the town of Jukkasjärvi. What’s Jukkasjärvi got going for it then? Not much, except for the world’s first hotel made entirely out of ice! The ICEHOTEL was founded in 1989 and has slowly been gaining traction as one of
Hand To God – 8th February 2016 – Vaudeville Theatre. If you thought Avenue Q took naughty puppets to the limit, then you obviously haven’t caught Hand to God, which makes its onstage puppet shenanigans look tame by comparison. That’s right, this play features even more graphic puppet mayhem, swearing and isn’t afraid to ask
Galley 31/1/16 From the Randall and Aubin’s ex head chef Marcel Grzyb and sister Oriona Robb comes an all new seafood dining experience in the form of Galley. From the outside, Galley already looks warm and friendly, with a bustling, fervent energy that washes over you from the moment you step in, packed to the
Second visit to Meatliquor and decided to have food at the original outlet. We went during the five year anniversary where everything was 50% off (absolutely mad, and our wallets felt all the better for it). I ordered a Dead Hippie Burger (my favourite) and we decided to share a garbage plate. It’s not a
Bakchormeenions. Let’s welcome 2016 with open arms. Embrace and take everything in your stride. Its a brand new year. Put the past in the past and focus on the present, for only you can change the future. Cheers.
Winter Wonderland 2015 (December) As a yearly affair, Winter Wonderland graced the entirety of Hyde Park once again this Christmas season to bring joy and wonder to Londoners and visitors to London. Essentially a winter funfair, Winter Wonderland plays host to a plethora of attractions, from the seemingly endless games booths, to the many funfair
It’s been a while since I last had a good kongbakpao (roast pork sandwiched in a fluffy white bun). After all, everyone knows that Asians will spontaneously combust if they go for more than a week without Asian food. So when Bao suddenly blew up over the internet, I had to go down for a
So today we see Singapore take on Japan in a crucial World cup qualifier, to keep our dreams alive to qualify for the 3rd round of the world cup in Russia2018. Lets take a step back and just look at this marvel of a stadium. Opened in June 2014, it has indeed been one of
As the holidays draw nearer, we will be showcasing some places you might want to go. And its all from experience, so we will let you see it from ground zero. Starting with “A Day In London”. Stay tuned. Post will be out soon.
So Forty Hands is finally opened on Mondays. So people what are you waiting for! Its time to chase your monday blues away with great coffee and fabulous food. Finally found some time in my schedule to visit Forty Hands along Yong Siak Street. Its been a long time since i came here for coffee,