Dine with us in dietary delight and enjoy a pleasant ambience or opt for the dubious pleasures of a plastic knife and fork, a reheated meal covered in tin foil, a postage stamp dining table, and the prospect of the passenger in front leaning back suddenly and sending your canteen cuisine flying into your shirtfront.
Departing Bali leaves one’s heart heavy, but at least the airport and its commercial operators help ease the pain.
That is the nature of the open tender beast, of course. You win some, you lose some. And sometimes, as with DFS here, you do both.
La Samaritaine and Changi T4 are among the most exciting developments I have seen in my 30 years of covering this business.
For Dubliners, Lambay Island has always had an air of mystery and impenetrability. If like me, you spent your summers digging sandcastles on the various strands from Portmarnock to Sutton, facing east to the Irish Sea, Lambay was a looming but in many ways distant presence. A private island around three miles offshore, we never
My various Moodie Davitt Report Interim Bureaux of recent weeks have been more interim than usual. In the past three weeks I’ve set up shop in Toronto, Dublin, Moscow and Ballymena in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
“Tubber Patrick: The finest opening hole in links golf?” the Portstewart Golf Club website asks teasingly. Or, if you translate from the native Northern Irish, it means “are you really sure you want to do this?” I’m standing on hole number one at Portstewart, home to this week’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by
Today we’re taking a tour of the Kremlin, followed by a boat ride this evening on the Moskva River. It’s going to be an action-packed few days with many of Regstaer’s business partners flying in for the occasion.
Two happy customers. Two good spends. One lovely salesperson. What a difference good people make. Thank you, Adriana.
Like all the entrants in our readers’ competition in association with Dubai Duty Free to pick the result of the big race, The Moodie Tipster was blind-sided by the capricious Capri, who made a mockery of previous form.
He’s French-bred (like a baguette) and Irish-trained (like the Dublin to Sligo railway), a dangerous nationalistic combination if I ever saw one.
While the Chinese authorities may want a slowdown in capital outflow and will be wary of any systemic risk to the domestic banking system, it is hardly likely that the HNA juggernaut has in way been derailed.
Lonely Planet calls Toronto “the most multiculturally diverse city on the planet”, noting that over 140 languages are spoken here. “When the weather is fine, Toronto is a blast: a vibrant, big-time city abuzz with activity.”