I’ve been fervently keeping my AirAsia trips to once a year, and this was my annual exception – a roughly 2.5 hour flight over and back to Surabaya, Indonesia. The reasons are almost list-like; document check for ‘foreigners’ and AirAsia’s
Owing to the fantastic coma-like sleep (likely alcohol induced) I had in British Airways’ ageing Club World business class cabin last year to Dublin, I elected to repeat the cycle again this year for my yearly crusade back to Dublin.
After the laughable experience that was the Bumi Surabaya City Resort, I had begun to worry deeply for what lay in store for me at the Shangri-La Hotel, Surabaya. As long-time suffering readers will know, my experiences at Shangri-La properties
It’s rare in recent years that I’ve stayed at a hotel that seemed to just completely suffer from a litany of back-to-back errors, and it’s sad to say that it is probably in no small part down to me staying at mostly big-box
The Jewel at Changi Airport is the latest and most impressive new development at Singapore airport’s complex, and joins the other award-winning features of the airport such as the slide, cinema, outdoor garden and no doubt many others in keeping
The Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore Airport’s latest gargantuan mixed-use development, opens today and I was lucky to grab a sneak peek at it last night; at least for a few hurried hours. The whole place is more super-premium shopping centre
Readers with a memory like no other may remember my pre-WindowSeatPreferred trip to Genting, Malaysia’s most famous cold, concrete mountain peak. Well – it’s closing in on nearly a decade since I was last there, and so it seemed only
After the frankly bizarre and most fantastically inconsistent SriLankan Airlines experience I mentioned last time, we were quickly whisked to our first hotel on the ‘Muscat Tour’, Park Inn by Radisson Muscat. Unfortunately, if there is one thing I am