FFG Eats: Tamarind, Mayfair, London

What I’m about to tell you, I tell you with the idea that you’ll forgive me for my sins shortly after reading it in print. Twenty-seven years, to the day, after I was born, I dined in an Indian restaurant for the first time. Shocking, I know. I’m not proud of this fact. Actually, I’m saddened by the idea that…
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FFG Travels: On the Edge with Celebrity Cruises

Someone once told me that life’s true adventures are never comfortable. They are rugged, intense and often times designed to push us to our limits. That’s how we discover and appreciate the world around us, right?  I’m pretty sure that person has never stepped foot on a cruise ship, ever, let alone the new Celebrity Edge. As I’m certain that…
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Travel back: Where I stayed in 2018

What a year for adventure it’s been. I know sometimes all the travel reviews can get lost in the mix, but I have to say that 2018 has been one of my favourite years for adventures. So, before we file it all away and move onto future adventures of the New Year, I wanted to take a look back at…
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FFG Travels: Ocean House, Rhode Island

I watched the sunrise with my toes burrowed in the cold sand, my fingers intertwined around a hot cup of coffee and one of America’s most famous hotels behind me in the distance. Even before the light filled the sky, the striking yellow façade of Ocean House was commanding attention from all who passed. This is one of America’s most…
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FFG Travels: Wauwinet, Nantucket Island

Whenever I get the chance to share tales of my American adventures, I always find myself talking of the charming towns that can be found throughout all fifty states. The America I know and love isn’t found in a massive city, but is rather hidden in the smaller towns and cities that will steal your heart after just one visit.…
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