Festivals contribute immensely to feelings of social cohesion. Festivals are an expressive way to celebrate glorious heritage, culture, and traditions. They play an important role to add structure to our social lives and connect us with our loved ones and backgrounds. Here are the popular Food and Beverages Festivals in London! Taste of London (…

Living in the UK is naturally intimidating to most people because of the currency which is the English pound. However, it’s just a matter of what city or town in England you want to live in. If you want to live in the capital city of London, you should know that a large part of…

Disclaimer: Please make sure you are up to date with the government’s latest foreign travel advice during the coronavirus before booking a holiday. Even though all locations listed in this blog post are taking strong precautions regarding COVID-19, please visit their website to make sure if they are currently operating. We are beginning to adjust…

How the Post-Covid Period will Change Travel & Tourism Industry? The travel industry has witnessed an unprecedented collapse due to COVID-19. Some industry sectors are expected to rebound quicker than others but uncertainties and risks remain high. The ‘staycation’ is making a comeback as heads of state are slowly lifting lockdown restrictions, allowing families to…

Spice up your merry “little” Christmas with some homemade mulled wine! If you’re anything like me, a spiced mulled wine is as much a part of Christmas as Santa himself. Over the last couple of decades, Christmas markets have been springing up all over the UK, taking over town centres and adding that extra Christmas…

You can only understand what a wonderful world we are living in with your visits to different countries. One should travel to different geographies and see with her/his own eyes how geography affects the structure, people, religion, destiny, and food of a country. In this article, I am taking you to the kitchen of the…

Tbilisi … a city that dates back to 4000 BC. You can reach the city of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, with a flight that takes about 2:30 hours from Istanbul. If you want to take a 2-day weekend trip, it is quite enough time for Tbilisi. We stayed for 3 days and had the…