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Hoi An

The small historic town of Hoi An is known for a couple of things, quaint streets with colourful laterns and tailors. Lots of tailors.

We had two nights in Hoi An at the the Little Hoi An boutique hotel on the edge of the old town, overlooking the river. 771 more words

Tailors of Warwick

Another perfect opportunity arose this weekend to tick another venue off from The Good Food Guide.

I don’t live far from Warwick, I’ve been a few times during the day to wander around but haven’t really tried any of the food establishments. 323 more words



Being measured up for clothing is a weird, slightly awkward experience, I kind of feel like I’m a ham being sized up for Christmas, seeing if I’m going to fit in the oven. 226 more words


Desertion, infidelity and death in Little Drummond Street

Little Drummond Street in 1827

John Cein appears to have a been a callous individual, however you look at it. Cein was a tailor who worked for a Mr Cave on Argyle Street (near the Gray’s Inn Road). 447 more words

The Marvellous Tailor 

The marvellous tailor made cloth kites, montgolfiers, clothing for kings, tapestries for commoners and even bindings for books. Throughout his life he distrusted librarians, rodent shadows, hawkers, linguists and surgeons. 172 more words

The desi panda in Hoi An: clothes, candles and cosiness in the old city

Hoi An and it’s beaches are definitely the second highlight of my trip in Vietnam!

The people are super welcoming and sincere, the old town of Hoi An is one of the most authentic and mesmerizing old parts I’ve seen in Vietnam and of course their tailors. 728 more words

Supah Powah on the Warpath

More charming news from the Supah Powah, which is trying hard to frighten its already weary, jittery people into total submission while also “sending the west a firm message.” 73 more words