Our travel photographers – Steve Brookwell

If you’re reading this blog it’s a fair bet you suffer from some form of wanderlust. It’s also likely you got it by looking at travel photos, whether in old National Geographics, friends’ holiday snaps or by surfing the web. Travel is an especially evocative … Continue reading
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Meet Tim Jentsch: Cabin Crew and street art hunter

As described in our recent post on London’s street art scene, the world of street art has grown dramatically in recent years, becoming an ever-present part of mainstream culture in major cities around the globe. As a neat follow-on from our London feature, today we’re … Continue reading
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The best craft breweries and brew pubs in Miami’s Wynwood district

Head north of downtown Miami and you’ll hit the hippest ’hood in South Florida. The former warehouse district of Wynwood is famous for its al fresco art walls, where murals, street art and graffiti are all actively encouraged. It is also famous for its laid-back … Continue reading

Highlights of Miami’s Little Haiti

Located within the historic district formerly (and formally) known as Lemon City, just north of Wynwood and the Design District, Miami‘s Little Haiti is a community rich in the culture of the Caribbean. Like Little Havana, Little Haiti is a nickname for the neighbourhood, not … Continue reading

Florida: A guide to Fort Lauderdale beaches

Broward County-the filling of the Palm Beach and Miami-Dade sandwich- may sometimes be neglected for the top and bottom slices of glamour and glitz. But, don’t make the same mistake. Along its 23-mile coastline, Broward has a number of Blue Wave Beaches. The Fort Lauderdale … Continue reading
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High kicks and hijinks: The best Latin clubs in Miami

Miami is famous for its multi-faceted Latin culture. And while you’ll find yourself fully immersed in it from the moment you land – with conversations laced with dozens of different Spanish accents – one of the best ways to truly experience the variety of Hispanic … Continue reading

A neighbourhood guide to Miami’s Little Havana

Of all the emblematic neighbourhoods in Miami – the Art Deco District, Little Haiti, bohemian Coconut Grove, stately City Beautiful (a.k.a. Coral Gables) – Little Havana may just be the most colourful. Bright with painted tiles, wall murals and filled with echoes of Cuban exilio, … Continue reading