Author Archives: Andy Mossack

About Andy Mossack

Andy Mossack is a professional travel writer and broadcaster and has been writing about world travel for over 20 years. He is the founder and Managing Editor of the luxury travel site TripReporter and you can read him in national press, consumer lifestyle and airline magazines and travel web sites. He is the Travel Guru on BBC radio’s Late Show and presents Where in the world is Andy most weeks, a fun quiz where listeners try to guess just where in the world he is! Andy can also be seen and heard on BBC 5 Live, TalkSport and BBC News 24 and is a featured writer in the book 1001 Escapes to Make Before You Die. Andy also regularly lectures on world travel destinations for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and provides consultancy services for hotels and tourist boards.

Churchill War Rooms, London

21/01/2019 by .

It’s rare a piece of world history can be defined in such an authentic way. In an age of replicas and rebuilds the Churchill War Rooms resonate with reality.

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Bodysgallen Hall, Llandudno

16/01/2019 by .

Conwy Castle, back-lit by an afternoon sun shrouded in mountain mist, was the perfect fairytale finale to a walk from Bodysgallen Hall, whose chimneys were just visible, peeking over the treetops behind me.

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nhow London to open 2019

17/12/2018 by .

Located between the City, Islington and Shoreditch within Norman Foster’s ‘250 City Road’ development, nhow London will be a 190-room four-star hotel under NH Hotel Group’s urban design and lifestyle brand.

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Pomona’s Restaurant & Bar, Notting Hill

14/12/2018 by .

.Considering he was the third chef in three years to head up this brigade, Mark Lloyd wasn’t looking the slightest bit ruffled. “It’s been a struggle but the neighbourhood’s slowly coming round,” he told me after delivering a very impressive dinner.

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Teva Arrowood Riva Hiking Shoes

07/12/2018 by .

I have always considered Teva the go-to brand for sturdy walking sandals; perfect for trekking in hot countries when the going is sand, river or not too harsh terrain. For more arduous hikes I’ve tended to only use bootwear, because I want the added protection from rocks and water. The only drawback is they become cumbersome when I get back to town.

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The Regency Tunis Hotel

06/12/2018 by .

There may well be thousands of years of history packed into Carthage but these days the exclusive enclave of Gammarth has its own treasures on display. This is prime Carthage coastline lined with impressive villas, fashionable malls, the impressive  Robert Trent Jones-designed Residence Golf Club and a string of luxury hotels.

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