In Lourmarin, one of France’s most beautiful villages, we stayed at Villa Saint-Louis. It was a 17th Century coaching inn that fell into disrepair. The current owners bought it in 1988 and restored it to it’s former beauty, making it a unique guest house filled with art and antiques.
It seems every backpacker must make the pilgrimage to Byron Bay. Once the centre for peace, love and alternative lifestyles, now home of a growing number of baby boomer ‘seachangers’ from capital cities down south. With this new mix, Byron is evolving, (and the real estate prices are going through the roof). Byron attracts creative […]
Jon Chezick of Detroit Experience Factory talks about why the shit hit the fan in Detroit and how art, in the form of the Heidelberg Project, is bringing tourism, artists and art education back to Detroit. The Heidelberg Project is actively engaged in three main areas. Art and Education: We work to ensure students continue […]
After meeting another filmmaker, I decided to throw away the rule book and hit Cuba Street, asking people what they liked about Wellington. Met some amazing people and as one person said, ‘There is always a secret doorway in Wellington’ where you may find a bar, an art gallery or musicians performing.
I interview Kathleen Moran about the Kilkenny Craft Centre and how Kilkenny established itself as Ireland’s craft capital. Music by Cape to Clare Bus tour with Shamrocker Adventures