Our intrepid traveller and harsh realist, Toby Blyth, gives us his take on the London of old and what is happening with the new - starting with his impressions of the old Soho and finding himself in very cool cigar bar.
Whare Kea means ‘house of the kea’ in Maori, the 'kea' being a rare green New Zealand parrot that lives in the mountains. And like the lodge the kea is both distinguished and discreet, sitting comfortably in its landscape.
Sharing a border with north Morocco is Ceuta, Spain. Known for its beautiful churches and historical landmarks, the addition of the new library is not only a striking change to the cityscape but has been built around Arabic archeological ruins from the 14th century.