In Outlander, Claire Randall drove to Inverness in the Scottish Highlands before travelling back in time. You should stop at Biggar to time travel.
Top-up your travel insurance by visiting the Angel of the North to get that Guardian Angel feeling.
This isn’t a post about the mid-Brexit brain drain or a gibe at the intelligence of Londoners. Quite the opposite; it’s about where you can admire the brain of one of London’s greatest inventors and the father of computing, Charles Babbage.
There’s something unsettling about food moving on the plate. The Englishman Who Ate Everything tells us about okonomiyaki.
Scratch the surface of London’s East End street art and experience the heart beating beneath. Have your eyes opened to the rebellion and humour expressed by the many artists on the streets around Brick Lane. Dip your toes into a twilight world which often crosses the blurred boundaries of public acceptance and state legality.
where.tips explores the fascination that Brussels has with peeing statues and visits some of the city’s most famous toilets.
where.tips explores the alternatives to using the t-word when you have to spend a penny in Europe. Whilst we can’t guarantee the price, we can guarantee the style of the forthcoming mini-series of tips on European … er … well how should one put it?
What sort of pizzeria can get away with offering just Pizza Margherita or Pizza Marinara and nothing else? The Englishman Who Ate Everything spills the fagioli on where.tips.
Crocodile Dundee once said: “That’s not a knife …. that’s a knife” as he revealed a sizeable blade to frighten off a less well-endowed mugger. On his way for a shave, The Englishman Who Ate Everything pops into a Seville tapas bar to learn more.
Iceland travel tip: put on your raincoats and join The Englishman Who Ate Everything at the best restaurant in Reykjavik. The menu will certainly challenge us.