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Yet more LEGO Lunacy! The Olympic Park, of course…

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Image obtained from Flickr.com under Creative Commons (c) Warren Elsmore It can’t have escaped your notice that the 2012 Olympics is taking place in good old London. So what better time to let you know about the latest massive LEGO project we’ve discovered? So true. We LOVE grown men spending an eternity building enormous creations from […]

The Saint Olav Drama at Stiklestad, Norway – high drama and powerful music under open skies

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Image (c) Harald Sæterøy, Tronder-Avisa I’ll be the first to admit that I have a lot to see in Norway. After 14 years I still haven’t been further north than Namsskogan and have yet to visit Bergen or Stavanger. Or indeed more than four of the top ten largest cities in Norway by population… Guilty as […]

Travel advice for post-Arab Spring destinations – Lebanon

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Almost 18 months since the protests in Tunisia set off a chain of events which became known as the Arab Spring, each of the affected countries in the Middle East and North Africa is facing its own challenges and opportunities. Many of these countries were heavily reliant on foreign visitors and statistics show catastrophic falls in […]

Travel advice for post-Arab Spring destinations – Jordan

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Almost 18 months since the protests in Tunisia set off a chain of events which became known as the Arab Spring, each of the affected countries in the Middle East and North Africa is facing its own challenges and opportunities. Many of these countries were heavily reliant on foreign visitors and statistics show catastrophic falls in […]

Travel advice for post-Arab Spring destinations – Morocco

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Almost 18 months since the protests in Tunisia set off a chain of events which became known as the Arab Spring, each of the affected countries in the Middle East and North Africa is facing its own challenges and opportunities. Many of these countries were heavily reliant on foreign visitors and statistics show catastrophic falls in […]

More LEGO madness – this time it’s Machu Picchu

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Well it’s been a bit quiet on the Lego front recently, so what’s all this about then? True enough. After the Lego London Tube map and of course the festive creativity of the wonderful Lego Christmas tree at St Pancras station last year, our friends at Bright Bricks have been keeping under the radar. Until yesterday, when […]

Travel advice for post-Arab Spring destinations – Tunisia

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Almost 18 months since the protests in Tunisia set off a chain of events which became known as the Arab Spring, each of the affected countries in the Middle East and North Africa is facing its own challenges and opportunities. Many of these countries were heavily reliant on foreign visitors and statistics show catastrophic falls in […]