Travel

Cannes: The Insider’s Guide

Posted by in Urban adventures

Having spent a month in Cannes during in the past year, Publisher Christine Hogan has arrived at an understanding of the...

In Patagonia forty years on… the myth of Bruce Chatwin survives

Posted by in Books

Forty years after the publication of his groundbreaking travelogue, In Patagonia, Bruce Chatwin’s writing — and style — have lost...

Can you be an ethical tourist in a developing country?

Posted by in Off the beaten track

Thinking of booking a luxury holiday to a developing country so you can experience the authenticity of a culture untouched...

Cooking at Villa la Massa

Posted by in Cook

Learning to cook authentic Italian food in Tuscany, that's a dream for many people. The 47 Plus publisher, Christine Hogan,...

Jerusalem: Beautiful, hateful, wonderful

Posted by in Bucket list

A trip to the Holy Land is on the bucket list for many adherents to the three Abrahamic religions. But...

Things we lost in the Arab spring, 1: Camping with Touareg

Posted by in Adventure

  An opportunity to visit the southern-most outposts of the Ancient Roman Empire in Libya was not to be missed,...

Dunkirk the movie: An uptick in tourism for the beaches of Normandy?

Posted by in Films

As  the "tiny ships" Dunkirk, Christopher Nolan's blockbuster goes global, locals on the northern beaches of France are looking for...

Discovering the heart of secret Rome

Posted by in Culture

A chance meeting, a shared interest in archaeology, and an unusual friendship was born in Rome between a taxi driver and...