A collection of interesting and eclectic pieces from around the world of travel

Michelin-starred catering is something you may well indulge in while holidaying at a foodie hotspot but generally consider it to be a pricey indulgence. Well, here are 23 London restaurants where you can find Michelin-starred lunches for under £30.

Surprised? Check them out here…http://uk.businessinsider.com/cheapest-michelin-star-lunch-in-london-2017-5/#quilon-victoria-27-for-two-courses-12

In a hotel at any given time you are likely to find a huge range of nationalities. But are they all looking for the same thing from their stay and which amenities mean most to each of them? Well, Booking.com ran a poll, with some interesting results.

Read more here…http://www.flyertalk.com/articles/booking-com-poll-reveals-similar-hotel-preferences-among-different-nationalities-of-travelers.html

I have long since given up trying to work out the correct way of hailing a taxi in the country I’m travelling in. I now resort to a sort of crude hybrid gesture, hoping that if they don’t realise I want a ride, the taxi driver will at least pull over to see if I’m OK. 

Here are some of the quirkiest ways to hail a taxi around the world.

See them here…https://www.afar.com/magazine/the-quirkiest-ways-to-hail-a-cab-around-the-world