Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Lifecycle of a Lindt Chocolate Bunny

If only this happened in real life! Happy Easter everyone from the Magellan team. Magellan PR is on Twitter: @MagellanPR / on Facebook: MagellanPR / on Pinterest: Sue Lowry / on Google+:  Sue Lowry & MagellanPR and on Flickr: Sue … Continue reading

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The History of Santa Monica Pier – Part Two

In part two of our whistle-stop tour of Santa Monica Pier, we bring you up to the modern day with this attraction known as a local historical gem and popular tourist attraction.  It’s also the best place to witness stunning … Continue reading

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The History of Santa Monica Pier – Part One

Santa Monica Pier, located on a legendary, award-winning sandy beach, has over the years acted as a major focus point for both citizens and tourists alike in Santa Monica, the chic little city on the sea. Originally built on concrete piles, the pier … Continue reading

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Craftsmanship will out …

Returning to Bali after a 20 year absence was a memorable experience. There were many highlights but one clear memory shines through – the love and skill of Balinese craftsmen and artists for nature and for art.  Their reverence for … Continue reading

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Flying high in Singapore

The London Eye has really spoilt me.  Whenever I now go to a city, I look to see what the tallest spot is in the city and if I can have access.  I seem to have a need to take … Continue reading

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PS … a Singaporean Recommendation …

I love travelling to catch up with old friends and it’s always good to have their personal recommendations as to where to eat when in town.   So it was in Singapore that Kate Kemp, owner of the fabulous Sarojin Resort in … Continue reading

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Shaken not stirred: A Singaporean Institution

For many years now, I have promised myself that if visiting Singapore, I would visit the legendary Raffles Hotel.   This historic property has long stirred my imagination so it was with great delight that I accepted a kind invitation … Continue reading

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It’s the little things that count …

On a recent visit to Bali, I came across a personal touch from the team at Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran, Bali that I really appreciated. When mysterious exotic fruit arrived, “The Fruits of Bali” leaflet, placed alongside, was a great introduction … Continue reading

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A Winter’s Tale

A highlight of my recent visit to Singapore was a visit to the highly regarded Japanese restaurant at the Fairmont Singapore – Mikuni. Even if you are not an admirer of Japanese cuisine, you could not but be impressed with … Continue reading

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In The Frame – The Savoy

Taking inspiration from #FriFotos again this week with its topic of “home”, we at Magellan are paying homage to our spiritual abode – The Savoy, London. When entering Savoy Place from The Strand – be it by foot, by carriage or by limo – … Continue reading

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