Last month I flew in the pilot’s seat to Barbados, St Martin, Las Vegas, Hong Kong and London in a 777, a big plane to handle for a novice.
COVID-19 has made cruising rules so complex that forensic accountants are needed to decipher them.
In a search for new ideas, Nigel makes rosti with melted cheese and chilled avocado soup.
Jim discovers a charming manor house as a base for wine explorations in Provence.
If you can’t afford your own super-yacht, try cruising aboard a small luxury vessel that feels like one.
Nigel discovers the difference between dinner and supper and tea and ends with a delicious recipe for baked cod.
On our first few outings when lockdown allowed us to dine on outdoor patios in Toronto, we went for our favourite ethnic comfort foods: Italian, Greek, English and Italian again, where the […]
Jim remembers Toronto’s wonderful Le Select Bistro.
With the recent passing of the world’s most famous cruise ship captain, it’s time to reminisce about The Love Boat and find out what’s happened to the ship and the rest of […]
Downsized birthday celebrations can still be fun.