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Change the World with a Drink in your Hand - 5 favourite organic drinks

Posted on 8th Sep 2016 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels

Whatever your view on organic farming practices and their global effects, few would deny that growing produce with fewer chemicals and manmade fertilisers is a good thing.
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5 lovely drinks from Glastonbury 2016

Posted on 18th Jul 2016 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels

When conditions become adverse, when the going gets tough, when the mud of Worthy Farm rises up and threatens to become the dominant factor of your festival, it is necessary to stop and breathe, to take stock of the situation and do so whilst taking on board some sustenance. These were my top 5 ‘medicinal’ drinks from Glastonbury 2016.
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The definition of mud - Glastonbury 2016

Posted on 17th Jul 2016 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels

Apparently, Eskimos have dozens (if not hundreds) of words for snow; so it struck me at this year’s Glastonbury that given the multiple forms mud presents itself in, how come English only has one word for it?
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Cape Crusader

Posted on 10th Mar 2016 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels

I’ve been to Cape Town a few times, and at the risk of sounding a little blasé and spoilt, it was always just fine, ok.
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Sepp Blatter - my part in his downfall

Posted on 15th Jul 2015 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels

It was around 8.30 that I knew something was up. It was the Wednesday evening Brazil were playing Germany in the World Cup. My wife received a text from a girlfriend which simply read “Oh my God are you watching this?” Watching what, I thought; it had to be the game surely, something incredible must have been happening. And so as it turned out, it was.
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New York in the the Spring - my 5 favourite bars in Brookyn

Posted on 22nd Jun 2015 by Henry Chevallier Guild in Henry's Travels

Do you ever remember at school being shown an image similar to the one above and being asked to read out what it says?
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