Marion Hume | October 1st, 2010
Photos by Peter Hunt
If someone tells you to go to hell, ask whether that’s by plane or by helicopter. Hell, or more precisely Hell Bay, is, you see, the most heavenly place on earth.
It’s on Bryher, one of the Scillies, isles you will be forgiven for never having heard of only because my husband/photographer, whose [...]
Eco Tourism, Europe, Hell, United Kingdom
Valery Gherman | June 23rd, 2007
To be honest, I do really love this place.Angelika Theater in Soho is one of the the three main independant cinemas along Housten, the other being Sunshine Theater further east and the other Film Forum, which is further west. They all play the latest independant films and have a really great vibe. Angelika has a [...]
Americas, Hell, Miscellaneous, New York, United States
Murray Bevan | June 23rd, 2007
Now, I’ve only been to London Heathrow Airport a handful of times in my life (including a few when I was between 8 and 12yrs old) but here’s my story. Learn from it what you will:
Dad’s a pilot, so until I was 22 I got great deals on travel, both domestic and international. [...]
Europe, Hell, London, United Kingdom
Karen Walker | June 21st, 2007
Picture by J Isaac Swanenburgh
Fiji’s surrounding waters, the brightest blue I’ve ever seen and filled with tiny and gorgeous coral atolls, is one of the most breathtaking places on earth.What never fails to amaze me about it is that from the time your plane touches down in Nadi Airport to the time you step onto [...]
Fiji, Hell, Oceania
Jamie McLellan | June 16th, 2007
I have eaten in some pretty rough places in India and China, but my most scary dining experience took place in Bondi.
Desperately hungry after a long day of walking the Sydney beaches, my partner and I made the mistake of stopping in the first place we saw.
As we ate and our hunger-induced haze started to [...]
Australia, Hell, Oceania, Sydney
Marion Hume | April 3rd, 2007
My hell would be the fact I’ve done 19 flights in 2 months for work and I’m lying awake worrying about my carbon footprint (offsets – we don’t have a car, we walk, we recycle and even though we live in inner London, we’re going to start composting).
Deana Bianco | December 4th, 2006
On our last night in Mexico we stayed in Cancun because we had an early flight the next day, which was a complete culture shock after experiencing the serenity and peace of Tulum. We checked into our hotel (not even worth naming) and they slapped wrist bands on us like dogs being checked into a [...]
Americas, Cancun, Hell, Mexico