Daily Archives: 2013/09/18

Happy (Early) Halloween from Houston (CheapOair)

Trick or treat, y’all? October’s just around the corner, and Houstonians are preparing for a frightfully fun Halloween. Here’s a selection of five events around Houston, whether you’re looking for family friendly activities for the little ones or something more mature for the witching hours. Continue reading

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London Daily Photo: La Hechicera

Early evening yesterday, I spent a bit of time at Mr Fogg’s in Mayfair with Laura Riascos and Martamaria Carrillo of Colombian premium rum (and the only family owned rum made in Colombia), La Hechicera. I had tasted La Hechicera before and really enjoyed it. So I was pleased to receive the invitation. Matured in American White Oak bourbon barrels between 12 and 21 years, it’s got an intriguingly smooth flavour profile and goes down a charm. Next time you’re at one of London’s finer bars. Look for the blue label. Continue reading

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Win a Range of Chakra Teas from The East India Company + a Five Night Luxury Holiday

Recently EIC introduced a new range of “Chakra” teas. Inspired by the yogic concept of energy flow through the body, the six Chakra-inspired herbal infusions are designed to restore harmony to the mind, body and soul. Keep reading to find out how to win the Chakra collection of teas plus a chance to win a special five night holiday holiday to Banyan Tree Al Wadi in Dubai. Continue reading

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DIG by Sculptor Daniel Silver: Intriguing Outdoor Art on View for Free in London (CheapOair)

An abandoned, overgrown landscape in central London is the site for an installation of free-to-view public art by artist Daniel Silver. Called Dig, the installation features a series of not-quite-finished (often eerily incomplete or eroded) figures and fragments of varying size all worked from hand and made of a range of materials including marble, plaster and terracotta. Continue reading

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