Magnus Nilsson, the renowned Chef of Fäviken Magasinet and Clean Energy Company Fortum, are launching a one-of-a-kind pop-up restaurant in Åre, Sweden. “Kabin 1274” will serve three seatings in the Kabinbana gondola lift during Easter, to celebrate those who’ve already committed to a cleaner future and chosen sustainable ways to live. This Easter (20th–22nd April), the […]

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The 34th Marathon des Sables is mid-way – with the ‘etape 4′ 76km leg potentially seeing runners take 31-hours to complete – the Enjoy-It team have an entry interest in bib 524, Catrin Meurig – who currently stands at 9th in the female pack… to be updated. This race covers 250km of Sahara desert in […]

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Enjoy-It made an epic trip to South Africa in February 2019 and part of the excitement was the Fair Tree 25 and 15km Simonsberg Contour 2-stage Trail Race in Stellenbosch! I can think of many other things to be doing in the winelands – but sadly not on that fine day! Beautiful weather and the […]

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There are some things that one can’t compromise on, and long (and short) haul travel is one of them. Various factors influence how one travels and standards has to be at the top of the list! British Airways is an institution and they just get it right… whatever class you can stretch to the level […]

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Win Dinner for Two in Ocean Palace Chinese Restaurant in the Harbour Heights Hotel, in Sandbanks, Poole. Our dear friend Ken Hom OBE assisted in the curation of the new menu and the authentic Chinese restaurant is making a real impact in its new home in FJB’s Harbour Heights Hotel overlooking Poole Harbour – just […]

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More Like Holiday Gin! It’s always a welcome we love – the Holiday Inn on the M4 – the first step of a great trip, domestic or international out of London Heathrow. The landmark hotel that sits proudly on junction 4 has become more Holiday Gin than Holiday Inn by opening the new ‘Gin Parlour […]

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Black gold – the happy accident! As editor I fought long and hard with myself, in a meeting with myself, over the inclusion of Mount Gay in my muses! I gave in, so here it is! It has become somewhat of a passion ever since the Barbadian nectar crossed my lips at the 1988 yachting […]

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Tales of the Rover Bank… Just off the A34 and close to the Kassam Stadium – it is hard to believe that one is just minutes away from a 30-acre oasis on the banks of the River Thames. This is where medieval meets modern and it starts with check-in. An open-plan area of lounge, reception […]

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It goes through its economical ups and downs, its islands and high rises, but one thing that Dubai never loses is its higher than high standards; its surrounds, its dining and hospitality, and you can’t go higher than the Burj Al Arab if you want seven-star service! The hotel is quite something and improved we […]

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