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I fly over 100,000 miles per year in First and Business class and have reviewed the majority world's top onboard products for this blog. If you think that premium cabin travel is out of reach, read on to learn the tricks I use to fly around the world.

I also love visiting luxury hotels and resorts. I have reviewed a wide variety running the range from Park Hyatts and Ritz Carltons bookable with hotel points, right through to some of the world's most exclusive brands like Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental and Aman.

Finally, I am a firm believer in the fact that the purest expression of a culture is in its cuisine. I love to eat and have written at length about some of my favourite restaurants around the globe.

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October 14, 2016

REVIEW – Air Canada : Maple Leaf Business Class Lounge, Frankfurt

I really enjoyed the Air Canada lounge. It did get busier as time wore on but was cleaned constantly and dishes were replenished well before they ran out. Also, the design made the space feel a lot less busy than it would have felt had the seats all been placed in unbroken rows - as tends to be the case in AA or BA lounges.
October 13, 2016

REVIEW – Singapore Airlines : Business Class – Singapore to Frankfurt (A380)

SQ J on the A380 is one of the very best products in the sky. The whalejet has huge side bins, wide aisles, less engine noise and notably better air quality than the 77W. If you aren't in the mini-cabin on the 77W I'm sure you can make an argument for this being the better product.
October 13, 2016

REVIEW – Singapore Airlines : First Class Lounge, SIN T3

The 'best' lounge at SIN is rammed full of SQ F passengers, whilst the F lounge, with its enormous acreage of floor space and plentiful buffet, sits almost empty. In future, I think my strategy will be to grab some Dom in TPR and then make my way to the F lounge. It just seems a little more alive and I far prefer being able to select my own food, at my own pace.
October 13, 2016

REVIEW – Singapore Airlines : The Private Room First Class Lounge [Dinner Service], SIN T3

Overall, I find the dining setup at TPR to be a little strange. There is a limited buffet (less choice than in the First Class lounge next door) and the food that is brought to you a la carte is not particularly inspiring. Maybe things have just moved on since TPR first opened, some of the wow factor is lost. Personally I far prefer spending time in Cathay's new Pier lounge at HKG.