Do you know of New Zealand wines to drink while gambling? The easiest thing while playing casino and taking wine is to sit down and wait for a waitress. When she comes around, order the drink that you know. There is no necessity of posting too many questions. Read more
Lagos state, the commercial nerve center of Nigeria, is the third worst city to live in, according to the global liveability index of a survey conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit. Read more
It’s no surprise that most hardworking Americans don’t take their paid time off. From increased work pressures to “vacation shame,” workers feel pressured to forfeit their hard-earned days off — especially millennials.
Writer Joey Green, 58, has carved out a career as a dispenser of quirky tips that straddle the line between absurd and ingenious, all proven to work in a pinch. A former contributor to National Lampoon magazine who lives in greater Los Angeles, Green takes on the world of travel with his latest book, “Last-Minute Travel Secrets: 121 Ingenious Tips to Endure Cramped Planes, Car Trouble, Awful Hotels and Other Trips from Hell.” Following are edited excerpts from a conversation with Green. Read more
This week we at Premium Herald found ourselves at the center of a surprising dust-up: an organization called the American Family Association started a petition against the hotel company Hilton Worldwide, thanks to an advertisement that appeared in our June 2016 issue. While the petition has gathered some steam (reportedly more than 40,000 people have signed it), many have also come out against the AFA’s stance. Read more
Remember The Bunyadi – London’s clothing-optional pop-up restaurant that garnered so much interest it had tens of thousands of people on its waiting list before the first nude diner even walked in the door? Well, on July 31, it will be closing its doors a month ahead of schedule, reportedly not because British people are too prude to dine in the nude but because the restaurant has gotten an offer to relocate to Paris. Read more
Gone are the days when “we’re all going on a summer holiday” meant “no more working for a week or two”. The internet has done wonderful things. It’s toppled corrupt governments and proved how much cats love shoe boxes. But it also means you’re only ever a click from the office. Perhaps that’s why half of us can’t leave our emails alone, even when we’re at the beach, according to a poll by Travel Republic. Read more