People flock to Hoi An to visit one (or more) of the very many tailors, cobblers, and leatherworkers who live and work in the small Vietnamese city. It’s the ‘go-to’ place for anyone wanting a new and bespoke wardrobe, and after a brief visit, we quickly came to see why!
Tonight we're welcoming another guest to our lovely London flat. This friend is around our tenth person to come stay since we arrived in the UK, and after hosting ten people, and spending a year traveling and enjoying the experience of being a house guest, I'd like to think we know a thing or two about having people to stay. Here are seven useful tips which we reckon have been helpful when it comes to having friends or family stay at our place. Maybe you'll find them helpful the next time you have visitors to yours!
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Probably not if you're in the midst of beers at the beach!
There is nothing like an out-of-the-blue phone call on an average Thursday afternoon to get you thinking about your employment situation.
A friend recently visited me in London. We talked on and off for weeks about what we could do while she was here. One of the things that topped our "to-do" list was a traditional British "Afternoon Tea".
I'm a big fan of Airbnb—you may have seen my 2017 post about the Airbnb hosts I enjoyed visiting the most during our whirlwind year abroad.