JetBlue was one of the first to install flat-bed Business Class seats in single-aisle aircraft. Their ‘Mint’ product might well still be the best.
Glossop Record Club is back On Thursday 9th May at Glossop Labour Club for a session dedicated to soul legend Curtis Mayfield. We’ll be playing his 1970 solo debut album in full, alongside key tracks from his time with The Impressions in the 1960s, a few cuts from the album he produced for Baby Huey & […]
How much do you know about self-care and what it means for your mental health? The term “self-care” is self-explanatory and it’s a practice that can do wonders for the mind, body and soul. Too often we get caught up with the frustrations of work and life in general and we become easily irritated when […]
Finally showered in my hostel and with a new change of clothes, I wandered out into the busy evening, the streets a lit with neon lights and the warm glow of street food vendor fires. I was absolutely starving and the best way I thought to spend my evening recuperating was to grab some food […]
My complete guide to backpacking Vietnam with all of the travel tips I’ve learned. Including: how to get a visa, how much money to budget, where to go, how to get around, what to pack, and more. Watch my whole Vietnam trip! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU_lUDBq5HMwsGqslMJeq8y1oh_jYAkGU Help keep me on the road by buying some stickers! http://marijohnson.info/shop MY […]
Emirates is a world class airline but which are the best Emirates lounges at Dubai International airport and is it worth paying to use the Business and First Class lounges? The best lounge is obviously the First Class lounge at Dubai airport and you can read why below. You can also read why we don’t […]
perfect day in the central highlands. Always so good to spend a few days solo hiking in the amazing place.
It really seems like every square inch of out holy planet earth has already been observe, discovered and thoroughly analyzed. But believe it or not, there are many places around the world that remain largely uncharted and full of mystery. It’s actually so intriguing that these places your about to see actually exist, making out […]
All nations have there own personalities it seems to me. Taken Directly from the Rough guide to NZ 2009 and summarised, I liked these notions. ‘The Maori have never been marginalised like native Americans or Australian Aborigines’. ‘There is considerable intermarriage between Maori and Pakeha (those of European descent) a fact that led to one […]
Istanbul is worth the visit if only for Hagia Sophia, Turkish coffee, and the beautiful architecture you see all around you. Today was my big religious sightseeing day. I woke to rain, WTF Istanbul! But I wasn’t going to let weather dictate. The Hagia Sophia is one of the most visited sites and I didn’t […]
Do you remember your first ColourPop product? Mine was the Kathleen Lights Lippie Stix collab in Lumiere. Come to think of it, that was also my introduction to watching anything; beauty related or otherwise on YouTube. That $5 (now $6!) lipstick has led to countless orders, many converts, and a few holy grails. As it currently […]
When I reached the age of 25, I had managed to annoy my education, my career and every decent relationship with a woman I had ever had. My only working prospect at the time was to be a solo singer in an Oasis tribute band that was living enough to buy beer and drugs every […]
For My Sunday Song #140 and the final of this 10 song run of Kiss songs, we are discussing “Rocket Ride” by Kiss. The song is one of the five original songs on the classic live album Kiss Alive II. For the second live album, Kiss stepped it up a notch and added some original […]