Travel and Leisure Magazine: Nod to a Blog

6 March 2013

Well now, that's rather good.

Let me explain.

So most of you are aware I have a weekly gig blogging about London for the mob that are known as London Perfect.

Now, I'll grant you it's not about craft, knitting, woolly or textiley things although I do try my best to slyly crowbar a bit of that sort of stuff in there. But the writing is fun and means I get to occasionally flex my formerly toned research muscles as well as explore this Fair Capital. Huzzah and double decker buses all round.

What's rather fabulous is that the American magazine Travel and Leisure (readership about 5 million. Only a smidge more that the the numbers of dedicated fans to TWIHM) has published an article about the Best Villa Rental Agencies in the world. 

And London Perfect is at the top of the list.

And d'you know what's even cooler? The blog got a mention. And it's the only blog noted amongst all 40 companies in the list.


I think a massive congratulations goes out to the main writer, my colleague Laura at Ciao Amalfi, supreme mastermind behind the blog. Time for some celebratory tea, methinks.

(Images: Kenichi Nobusue, Bitboy)


Laura said...

Thank you for the shout out, Zoe! And a huge thank you for your excellent contributions. We wouldn't haven't gotten that mention without your help and lovely writing style. Here's a toast to great teamwork!

Zoe F. Willis said...

A toast! A toast! Let there be prosecco to begin with and maybe a spot of your homemade limoncello later on. I'll need that recipe at some point. :-)

Ersatz Expat said...

That is truly excellent news - congratulations to you and to Laura. I always enjoy the London Perfect Blog. Any chance for the recipe for that Limoncello - sounds delicious.

Ersatz Expat said...

Congratulations to you both. Great news and well deserved - the London Perfect Blog is always fun to read.

Any chance of that recipe - it sounds delicious...

Laura said...

Very happy to share the limoncello love! It's super easy to make. If you scroll down to the bottom of this blog post you can see the recipe from Mamma Agata that I use. So simple ... so tasty! I made one batch with lemon rinds and another with mandarin rinds this winter. Have fun!