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Highlight: St Paul’s Hotel, Hammersmith


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http://www.stpaulhotel.co.uk

  • The building was originally St. Pauls School and was designed by Alfred Waterhouse in 1884, the architect of the Natural History Museum
  • St. Pauls was the location of the historic meeting of Eisenhower, Montgomery and Winston Churchill to plan the D Day landings
  • The hotel was also the setting of the 1971 film “Melody”, an international cult film about youth and lost love
  • The Melody Restaurant is within walking distance of The Hammersmith Apollo and the Kensington Palace

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Flight Centre Launches New Red Label Holiday Packages


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Flight Centre recently hosted some VIP guests at the Marly Hotel in Camps Bay, Cape Town, to promote the launch of their new Red Label Holidays. I was lucky to be included! I loved connecting with Erika from Die Burger, Bridget from Good Taste Magazine, Vicky from Opulent Living, Ilse from BizCommunity and, of course, the Flight Centre Brand Manager for the Western Cape Region, Reeva.

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10 Awesome Things To See + Do In London


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10 Awesome Things to See + Do in London
where Sir Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin at St. Mary’s Hospital in London, 1928

I travelled to London a few years ago and these were some things I did. I recommend you put them on your list too, along with these below, and make sure you capture all the magic this beautiful city has to offer!

+ London Eye

+ Buckingham Palace

+ The London Dungeon

+ Madame Tussauds 

+ Westminster Abbey

+ Sea Life Aquarium 

+ Trafalgar Square

+ Hyde Park 

+ Royal Opera House

+ Kensington Palace

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Social Media PR + Marketing for BaliBali Kloof Street


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Halle Berry loves Cape Town Fashion

BaliBali is a women’s fashion store in the trendy “Kloof Street” of Cape Town. It’s part of the Lifestyle Centre which is home to the popular Wellness Warehouse. The store is next to Knead Bakery and Vida e Caffe. Fashion Designer Merrissa Lebetkin designs a lot of the pieces. She also ships in gorgeous collections of clothes, ornaments, lighting, home decor, jewellery, accessories, art and gifting goodies straight from the shores of Bali. Halle Berry is one of her customers… I think you should be too 🙂 If you’re from Cape Town, pop in next time you’re in Kloof Street. If not, put shopping here on your To Do list!

Here are 3 amazing facts about Bali, Indonesia:

+ Volcano Agung is considered the most sacred place on the island. All temples are built to face it and islanders sleep with their heads towards it. The Balinese believe that Mount Agung is a replica of Mount Meru, the central axis of the universe. Mount Anung last erupted in 1963 and is still active.

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+ Bali is home to some very unusual black sand volcanic beaches. Thanks to the active volcanoes that dot the Indonesian Peninsula, tourists can get a glimpse of something very rare and magical when visiting. They’ve certainly attracted the attention of the world’s top designers, organising special photo shoots here with the likes of Cara Delevingne for their ranges.

Cara Delevigne Black Sand Volcanic Beaches Bali

+ Bali has the most expensive coffee in the world, Kopi Luwak. Prices for this coffee (made of civet droppings) can go up as high as $50 a cup! Kopi Luwak is a name for any beans collected from the excrements of civets. The tastes may vary according to the type and origin of beans ingested by the civet as well as the process subsequent to collecting the – the roasting, ageing and brewing. The ability of the civet to select its berries (and other aspects of his diet and health) also influence the taste of the coffee.

civet droppings coffee in bali

Halle Berry and Merrissa Lebetkin
Halle Berry and Merrissa Lebetkin, Owner + Fashion Designer at BaliBali in Cape Town