Home Pampering Ideas: Wax Melts by ScentChips

Wax melts are something that help me in the difficult task of relaxing at home. There is nothing cosier than chilling with a glass of wine, a book and a warm fragrance to scent your favourite room. Wax melts should be in the list of essential item for a perfect pampering treat! Luckily, there are […]

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Luxury goods in Europe: a steady market

  After facing difficult times from 2012 to 2014, the market of luxury products has showing a slow but steady growth in Europe. The third Annual Power of Luxury Goods global reports published by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited identifying world’s top 100 largest luxury goods companies. Overall, the market has a slow but steady growth […]

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Tour and Gin Tasting at Cotswolds Distillery

I must admit that as soon as you step in the fabulous world of gin, it’s a bit difficult to stick with other white spirits. As far as we know, gin was first produced in early 17th century in Holland. The beverage flavoured with botanicals received the taste of juniper to be more palatable because […]

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Jamaica Inn – Cornwall

The Jamaica Inn is located in one of the most fascinating regions of the country in the remote Bodmin Moor. And if it wasn’t Cornwall`s most famous smugglers inn, it would not be an easy site to be found. Built in 1750, the Jamaica Inn served as accommodation for travellers and smugglers passing by the […]

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The ultimate guide to Oktoberfest Birmingham 2016

Exactly a month ‘till the third Oktoberfest in Birmingham, the event organizers reveal the secrets to absolutely enjoy the event. This time, Oktoberfest will be celebrated at All Weather Pitch, Cannon Hill Park during a long weekend from 12th – 16th October.So here’s five essential tips to face it like a pro! #1: Let’s get bier! […]

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Botallack walk – Cornwall

The Cornish coast has much more to be appreciated that is possible to imagine. Every route you take reveals a brand new footpath and exploring those fascinating sites is one of my favourite sports in life. I can’t get enough of Cornwall. Every year, I visit a different area of this beautiful part of Britain. […]

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Meet The Business #14: Carioca Brixton

After all buzzing of Olympic Games in Rio, most of us felt a bit more curious about Brazilian culture and the carioca way of life. Rio de Janeiro is indeed a city of contrasts. It’s not just reflect in the people but also in its food. A combination of indigenous, African and Portuguese culinary that […]

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Sky Garden – 360 degree view of London

I usually visit London only few times a year and when I do, I try to embrace something new (to me) about the city. It can be a little tricky sometimes considering there are lots to be seen, done and tasted in the Big Smoke. This time, I wanted to see London from above. High […]

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The High Field – Edgbaston

I have been to Edgbaston in one of the hottest day of the year in July (those single days where you can feel “summer was here”), to make the most of it and enjoy a nice meal at The High Field. I visited the place before to fetch some cocktails with my other half and I was […]

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BemBom – Pop up Brazilian restaurant at Ort Café

Meet Helena and Matheus. She is an English teacher originally from Leeds. He is Brazilian professional forró (a typical dance from the North of Brazil) musician raised in Itacaré, Bahia. Married since 2015, the couple has chosen Birmingham as their new hometown and it’s also here they set up a monthly forró nights (also known […]

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