London-based travel writer Amy Laughinghouse has attempted to overcome her fears (and sometimes, basic common sense) through her adventures in 30 countries around the world. From paragliding in the Swiss Alps to walking with lions in Mauritius, she dishes on the perks and perils of globetrotting.
You've probably seen the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey. But, to really
appreciate London town, you’ve got to look beyond its iconic monuments. This U.K. capital has served as a cradle for rock and roll, an incubator for English comedy, a mecca for filmmakers, and an epicenter for artists.
Experience London from a different perspective with five “veddy British” encounters that reveal this destination's enduring, endearing appeal.