Month: November,2016

Usaquén, Bogotá, Colombia

Usaquén, Bogotá, Colombia

29th November 2016 No Comment
Bogotá is the capital of Colombia and is pretty large, which is exacerbated by the fact traffic is terrible, especially when it rains in the city (which it frequently
Café Pergamino, Medellin

Café Pergamino, Medellin

26th November 2016 No Comment
Although I’ll sit down at some point and do a separate post on Medellin more generally, I feel that Café Pergamino warrants its own post. Earlier this week I
Review: BA Boeing 747 World Traveller Plus (Premium Economy)

Review: BA Boeing 747 World Traveller Plus (Premium Economy)

22nd November 2016 2 Comments
Today I flew from London Heathrow to Miami with British Airways departing at 9:00am. The scheduled flight duration for this flight is 9 hours 50 minutes. I flew in
Top 10 Tips for Long Haul Travel

Top 10 Tips for Long Haul Travel

19th November 2016 No Comment
I’m currently doing a lot of travel to the Americas, which often involves extremely long journeys including long flights of 8+ hours. Many of us don’t have the luxury
What’s in my clear plastic bag? In-flight essentials

What’s in my clear plastic bag? In-flight essentials

17th November 2016 No Comment
One of the things I struggle most with as a frequent flyer has to be the limits on what liquids you’re allowed to take on board. Most of the
Munich, Germany (Christmas Market Special)

Munich, Germany (Christmas Market Special)

15th November 2016 No Comment
First of all, if you’ve never visited Munich, I’d highly recommend it! Located in southern Germany in the Bundesland (state) of Bavaria, Munich is full of culture and food
Santiago, Chile

Santiago, Chile

8th November 2016 No Comment
Last week I travelled to Chile (aka the ends of the Earth!) for 6 days. I’d visited this beautiful country once before earlier this year around April time and
Cairo, Egypt

Cairo, Egypt

1st November 2016 No Comment
I travelled to the land of the pyramids for the first time last month, visiting Cairo and (briefly) Alexandria. Although much of my travel is to more developed countries,