Tags » Hideaway Cafe

A day out

Last Saturday saw the inaugural Lesbian Authors Festival take place at the Hideaway café in Manchester. The venue is perfect for intimate readings and I was pleased to have been invited to take part. 356 more words

September is here and winter is coming!

It’s only the first half of September but it feels like the end of summer. And what a summer it has been. The trip to New Orleans for the GCLS conference was the main feature. 450 more words

A time for literary festivals

The experience of attending the 2015 GCLS Conference has left me wanting more. It was such a wonderful few days of sharing – not just our love of books but also a sense of community and acceptance—a time of meetings on many different levels. 315 more words

Wall pieces up at Hideaway Cafe

If you walk down Bangkok’s Ekkamai road you might come across a community mall called Park Lane. Inside there is a quaint two-storied building with tall glass and a giant wooden nest sculpture encompassing an egg-shaped sign. 234 more words

Eungella in the Clouds

Our next major destination was a little too far for us to endure so we planned a one night stopover in a free camp called Carmila Beach. 691 more words

hideaway cafe - cổ điển và phong cách

Ẩn mình bên trong một biệt thự xinh xinh theo phong cách Pháp ở trên con đường Phạm Ngọc Thạch, hideaway cafe giống như một góc ẩn mình của dòng thời gian bởi từ chính cái cảm giác bình yên mà nó mang đến dành cho những người bước vào chốn đây. 686 more words

Hideaway Cafe--Harajuku

I love Tokyo. One of the things I love is the wide variety of restaurants, from traditional Japanese to theme restaurants to the quirky and unique. 208 more words