Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekend

Finally, we are allowed out of our homes and into the sunshine (with restrictions, of course!). As some of our favourite places are opening up, here are the top things to do in London this weekend: Alexandra Palace Terrace - visit Enjoy socially distanced alfresco drinks in the sunshine at Alexandra Palace on their beautiful… Continue reading

Motorway music

When ‘The Weather Girls’ released their now timeless classic ‘It’s Raining Men’ they probably thought they had envisaged all of the potential scenarios it would be sung in. From late night karaoke to the final ebbs of a wedding after party, Izora Armstead and Martha Walsh had likely not imagined an impromptu performance on Junction… Continue reading

Tree Hugging World Championships

This time next week, a ski resort in Lapland will stage the first ever ‘Tree Hugging World Championships’. Set up to fight deforestation, representatives from 9 countries compete in 3 events; from speedhugging to freestyle & most dedicated. Anyone can take part virtually, just by uploading your most creative / emotional entry here. "We are… Continue reading

If you are planning on travel during Covidtimes, what is the score regarding insurance?

It’s a sticky conundrum. Even the ‘to-be-or-not-to-be’ whether to go ahead with travel in the first place. The FCO advice is probably where it is most helpful right now. FCO is the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and for example is recommending the following for New Zealand – ‘The Foreign & Commonwealth Office currently advises British… Continue reading

US government is developing unhackable ‘quantum’ internet

A historic hearing happened in Congress last Wednesday, marking the first time CEOs from Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google had to testify over antitrust allegations. In a virtual world dominated by a handful of billionaires, the US government is stepping in to develop an impenetrable ‘quantum’ internet. “Today, many people recognize that building and scaling… Continue reading