MY THOUGHTS

Welcome to my inner sanctum where I often bear my thoughts and opinions. Sometimes I do this with a tinge or humour. Other times I lay on the seriousness like an amateur Vegemite spreader. Either way, there is always something provocative to tease and tempt you.

OPINION

HOTEL REVIEW

Hotel review around the world by leading travel blogger, writer, reviewer and blogger.

 

DOUBLE-SIX LUXURY HOTEL SEMINYAK HOTEL REVIEW
I rolled the dice and got a double six! Yes, yes….I can hear your sarcastic groans, as you writhe over my awful cliché comment. But then, that’s the prerogative of a writer sitting on his side of the screen. He has artistic licence to lob literary hand grenades at the mooing crowds! The first time
MARINA BAY SANDS HOTEL REVIEW
I had big expectations going to the Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore, after all, it does stand out from the crowd as one of the true icons of the Singapore skyline. And that is where (unfortunately) the good news ends. I had already been to the Pan Pacific and the Raffles Hotel. And if these two
INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL SINGAPORE review
The Intercontinental Singapore was an afterthought and I’m kicking myself, because it should have been elevated to a “must stay” list. How could I have stuffed up my planning so badly? Well it was tagged onto the end of a stupidly hectic 16-day tour of South East Asia. And no, I did not book the

PRODUCT REVIEW

HOTEL REVIEW

Hotel review around the world by leading travel blogger, writer, reviewer and blogger.

 

DOUBLE-SIX LUXURY HOTEL SEMINYAK HOTEL REVIEW
I rolled the dice and got a double six! Yes, yes….I can hear your sarcastic groans, as you writhe over my awful cliché comment. But then, that’s the prerogative of a writer sitting on his side of the screen. He has artistic licence to lob literary hand grenades at the mooing crowds! The first time
MARINA BAY SANDS HOTEL REVIEW
I had big expectations going to the Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore, after all, it does stand out from the crowd as one of the true icons of the Singapore skyline. And that is where (unfortunately) the good news ends. I had already been to the Pan Pacific and the Raffles Hotel. And if these two
INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL SINGAPORE review
The Intercontinental Singapore was an afterthought and I’m kicking myself, because it should have been elevated to a “must stay” list. How could I have stuffed up my planning so badly? Well it was tagged onto the end of a stupidly hectic 16-day tour of South East Asia. And no, I did not book the

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