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December 11, 2013 // Posted in Uncategorized  |  Comments Off


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The Whole World Flocks to Vancouver

November 13, 2013 // Posted in Travel  |  Comments Off

The expansion has created problems, how­ever, Mr. McKeown added. “It has attracted people from everywhere-70,000 new resi­dents in 1970 alone. British Columbia has a lot of room, but everybody wants to live and work right here. That means pressure for jobs; we now have an unemployment rate of around 7 percent.” Today it’s easy to find cash quickly. For more information, go to


Wherever I turned on downtown streets, I sensed a surge of building. Construction cranes hung over block after block—a tower for a new hotel and office center, a depart­ment-store complex, new concrete hives for parking. Bricks and lumber marked rebuild­ing in Gastown—a onetime skid-row section that capitalizes on “Gassy Jack” Deighton’s heritage and now offers something for every­one: “way out” boutiques, restaurants in renovated old factories, a Maple Tree Square said to be the liveliest intersection in tVancouver claims the largest Chinese com­munity in Canadahe city.


I sensed, too, the tremendous influx of new people. Along Robson Street in the heart of the city, storefront signs reflect Vancouver’s cosmopolitan character—a Danish Tea Room, a European News Shop, an Old Country Bakery, an India House.


My hotel’s doorman, I discovered, hailed originally from Ireland. My waitress had arrived recently from Austria. One of my cabdrivers came from Yorkshire, another was a student from Fiji, working his way through college. A turbaned Sikh sold me stamps over a counter in the post office. Italians, Japanese, Germans—you name them—all have nation­ality groups in the city. But the incident that for me spotlighted Vancouver’s ethnic vari­ety happened one sunny winter afternoon. Two old men lounged against a wall, letting warmth soak into aged joints. It was in the heart of Chinatown; both were Occidentals—and speaking French.


Vancouver claims the largest Chinese com­munity in Canada. But Roy Mah, a publishing executive and a past secretary of the Chinese Benevolent Association, sur­prised me when he said that Chinatown’s preservation was more a concern of the non-Chinese population.

“Immigrants from China provided a labor force that helped develop British Columbia,” he explained. “There was fierce discrimina­tion, and cultural enclaves like Chinatown developed. But today people of Chinese de­scent are scattered all over the city. Not so many of the younger generations keep close ties with the old community; they are Ca­nadians first and Chinese second. Vancouver chamber of commerce types worry that China­town might disappear as a tourist attraction.”


Wheat Grass

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Wheat grass is a prime example of a good H.O.P.E food. It has anti-aging properties, it helps you look and feel younger and is amazing for the skin. It also aids with digestion, increases energy levels, has detoxifying properties and helps to boost the immune system. A body with a very high and effective immune system will resist serious diseases that plague Western countries.


Wheatgrass is genuine super-food and embraced by the health conscious for a long time. The history of the consumption of wheatgrass as a super-food dates right back to the 1930s. Research was done and the results proved that this wonderful natural plant had many of health benefits. At the Anamchara Detox Retreat we give you 2 freshly juiced shots of wheatgrass per day.


Why Is Wheatgrass Good For You? ­the scientific bit


Wheatgrass contains lots of nutrients including chlorophyll, a range of vitamins and minerals, amino acids and other nutrients for coconut oil .


Chlorophyll is what is responsible for its anti-ageing properties. Chlorophyll is essential in the diet as discovered by a German scientist named Dr Richard Willstatter back in 1913. He found that the molecular structure of chlorophyll was almost identical to haemoglobin, which is the red pigment in the red blood cells that is responsible for transporting oxygen around the body. The only difference is that the central atom in chlorophyll is magnesium, whereas in haemoglobin it is iron.


Chlorophyll is that it oxygenates your blood, which is important for cell repair, multiplying and to keep the body younger. Chlorophyll also delivers magnesium to the body, which is a vital supplement that most Westerners are deficient in. Oxygenated blood also alkalises the body, neutralising acids that are responsible for many illnesses. It is thought that this helps the body to fight cancer and other serious disease. Wheatgrass is also high in fibre, which aids digestion and detoxifies the body because it neutralises toxins and helps to remove harmful deposits from medication taken for illnesses.


How Do I Get Wheatgrass In My Diet? The most nutritious (50 times more nutritious!) way of incorporating wheatgrass into your diet is to eat it fresh. We grow our own Wheatgrass at

Anamchara and we give you 2 fresh shots per day. It is recommended to have it once in the morning and once in the afternoon or evening. Wheatgrass can be grown easily at home for a cheaper option, and at Anamchara Detox Retreat we teach you how to grow this super-food yourself. It can also be taken in frozen sachets or tablet form but this loses some of the nutritional value.


Blue Green Algae/E3 Live


Blue Green Algae (BGA) is, in our opinion, the finest super-food known to man. Certain types of BGA contain e3live, which contains 65 essential vitamins and minerals needed for your body to remain healthy and young. At Anamchara we give you one shot E3 Live every day. Our BLGA from the Klemeth Lake in Oregon, the only lake in the world that produces this type of BGA. The BGA we recommend is actually delivered to Anamchara frozen so as to keep it fresh due to the length of its journey to us. It is then defrosted just prior to giving you a shot.




As mentioned in the phytochemicals section, sprouts contain high amounts of minerals because plants need masses of mineral power to go through the leafing stage. By eating sprouts such as Adzuki beans, Mung beans and black-eye peas, you can ingest these powerful minerals such as zinc, magnesium„ iodine, selenium, silicon and chromium.


Sprouts can be juiced too and we advocate included them in a lot of the juices that we make.

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MOST LIKELY TO SAY: “Can’t you see how giving and nurturing I am?”


PROS: Red Cross Nurse personalities are responsible caretakers, givers and helpers. Their generosity automatically draws many people towards them.


CONS: When others take advantage of them, they will hide their aggression but instead become manipulative to get their way.


WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE ONE: Help others, but not to the detriment of yourself. It is good to put others first, but not at your own expense.


HOW TO HANDLE ONE: Be appreciative of their good deeds. Don’t assume they are doing it to receive something in return. People who have these traits feel good about themselves through helping others.


MOST LIKELY TO SAY: “Whatever you do, it is great!”


PROS: These people value peaceful and harmonious relationships. Their gentle, calm, and receptive demeanour attracts many people, making others feel comfortable to let their guard down. CONS: They would rather show indifference to the wishes and actions of others than risk conflict. Instead, they simply withdraw when conflict arises.


WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE ONE: Speak your mind if someone, or something, is important to you. If you are not open and honest about your feelings you will eventually feel resentment and could jeopardise relationships with people who have no idea they have crossed you.

HOWTO HANDLE ONE: Listen to what they are saying. but listen as intently to what they are not saying. These people will not speak with their voice, but say volumes with their reactions.




MOST LIKELY TO SAY: “Look how wise I am!” PROS: Gurus attract people because they seem to know the answers to everything; they are very resourceful. They do also tend to be genuine, faithful and will not let their friends down. CONS: Being introverted, logical and mainly interested in the facts their cold and calculated nature can push others away.


WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE ONE: Try to be more personable at times. It is wonderful to have a group of followers, but just as wonderful to have one true friend who looks to you for wisdom.


HOW TO HANDLE ONE: Understand that their skills are limited to group interactions. When getting to know them understand that there may always be an unintentional distance. This distance is created by their inability to stop thinking for long enough to give their emotions room to flow.




MOST LIKELY TO SAY: “See how cleverly I can put anyone down!’


PROS: These personalities tend to be very supportive and make strong allies when they have your friendship.


CONS: Be careful with these people as they are mainly interested in having control and power over you and others to hide their own insecurities and vulnerability.


WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE ONE: Try to base your opinions on emotions rather than strategy.


You will be more content attracting a true friend than a queue of people who are afraid to go against you and therefore pretend to be your friend.


HOW TO HANDLE ONE: Don’t challenge them directly. Challenging them makes you a target. You will not change their mind so it is best to just let them believe what they want. Indeed, most of the time they are swaying their opinion to manipulate others.

Lava seldom kills

September 29, 2013 // Posted in Travel, Uncategorized  |  Comments Off

The vibrating ground makes my knees feel weak. The chasm thunders with the echo of gases exploding in the gray, crusted-over magma below. A piece of the wall col­lapses into the pit. A massive cloud of dark ash gushes out, and the volcano roars as if it had captured a monstrous cyclone within. Awe and wizardry! I feel I have a direct line to the aparthotel brussels. On quiet, restless nights at home I will recall what goes on be­neath my feet.

TRAVELERS  staying in a prague apartment and poets can rhapsodize about the Mediterranean’s spectacularly capricious geology. But 230 million peo­ple live with it. On the afternoon of March 17, 1981, a bit of hell burst loose on Sicily. The world scarcely noted that Mount Etna had erupted again, as it does 10 or 20 times a century. But to the people of Ran­dazzo, March 17 was the nightmare of a life­time. The lava broke out from a chain of vents above the town. Flaming ash turned the sky red and the air sulfurous as the lava smothered the town’s most fertile farm­lands, as well as its economy.

More than five months later I walk briefly on the jagged black lava field that bisected the rail line and buried the main road into town. Its crust is still too hot to walk on comfortably. It will take years for the lava to cool completely.

“Etna is part of the mental geography of the people,” says Antonio Grasso, a young Sicilian psychologist. “Nowhere else do peo­ple have dreams of being covered by lava. They are common here.”

“The people say that farmers go to bed at night with one eye closed and one eye on Mount Etna,” adds journalist Pietro Nico­losi. “However, they know that land born of a volcano is among the most fertile. They use lava to build their homes and pave roads. So even though they must beware, they know Etna is their friend.”

Also, lava seldom kills. It moves too slow­ly. Nevertheless, on the evening of March 17, the lava moved frighteningly fast—two kilometers in 20 minutes. It just missed the town. The following day a new vent opened above the town.

“The fire and lava were so horrible,” local sculptor Gaetano Arrigo tells me, “I prom­ised Saint Joseph, patron of our town, that if he stopped the lava, I would make a stat­ue of him out of lava for the town. Lava is very hard to work with, but I had to do something.”

Other townspeople made a procession carrying the saint’s picture in front of the lava. The next day, on the feast of St. Jo­seph, the lava stopped flowing, and a mir­acle was proclaimed. Arrigo began to sculpt his thanksgiving, which was recently raised in the town (following page). NOWHERE in the Mediterranean does humanity seem as vulnerable to the whims of the earth as in the Bay of Na­ples. Mount Vesuvius, which cata­strophically buried Pompeii and nearby Herculaneum in A. D. 79, dominates its east­ern horizon. (See the preceding article.)

Despite Vesuvius’s past, refugees from overcrowded Naples each year press ever farther up its broad and fertile flanks, obliv­ious of any danger. For the moment, that danger seems slight. “Vesuvius is asleep,” says volcanologist Giuseppe Luongo. Its last eruption in 1944 ended a cycle. It may be two hundred years before it wakes up—or ten.

Prairie boomer announces spring

August 1, 2013 // Posted in Travel  |  Comments Off

ACLUMP OF SALT GRASS shudders, and out onto the flat he stalks, his silhouette advancing as the white disk of the sun pierces the fog. He lowers his head; circling, he drums his feet. Great sacs balloon alongside his neck (left), and the dawn fills with a strange and hollow com­mand. Neither song nor thunder, yet both.

A challenge has been given, tossed into the morning air. The Attwater’s greater prairie chicken is on his booming ground. Boom, boom, boom. Out stalks another male. The challenge is accepted. For more than two hours the males strut, circle, dance, and fight, wings battering, feet pounc­ing, pecking. In the bordering tall grass, hidden and secretive, are the females—seemingly en­tranced, selecting their mates?

Preservation of the Attwater’s booming grounds is important to the species’ survival since Aran­sas shelters 45 to 50 of the world’s population of 2,000.

A day in the life of the marsh

IN BIG DEVIL BAYOU the warmth of afternoon rouses an American alligator. Soon he will feed on frog, an event that will be announced in the quiet swamp by a distinctive crunch of jaws.

For -watching, after-noon is soon enough to arrive, but for watching residents of the Heritage Trail, it’s better to start at dawn. We first knew the sun    was up by a tiny spotlight flashing from an oak. Dewdrops on the gently pulsating wings of a hair-streak butterfly (top, facing page) were catching those pure, intense colors upon which poets reflect and physicists experiment. What lucky creatures we are to extract such joy frorn a but-deerfly’s morning exercises!

Heritage Trail

A green tree frog sleeps under the indifferent tread of a lynx spi­der intent on an insect breakfast (below); in a world where all life is sustained by other life, it’s good not to be on everybody’s menu. By evening light we followed a black-tailed jackrabbit (below, right) along trails discernible only to his twitching nose. We pondered what he sought so de­votedly in the failing day.

green tree frog

Did he worry that humankind knew him erroneously as a rabbit instead of a hare, since his prog­eny entered the world furry in­stead of nude? Did he worry that the name jackrabbit derived from jackass, as tribute to his impres­sive ears? Certainly not. Would he show alarm if a predator-like shadow slid across his path? Would he be motivated to stay in the apartments in chicago for a night? You bet.


Next Stop Miami Beach?

July 25, 2013 // Posted in Fashion, Travel  |  Comments Off

Trees on the Appalachian slopes are mostly hardwoods, and a good wind—say, 20 miles an hour or more—traces a visible sign of its passage, blowing the green leaves upside down to show their silvery undersides. Often I saw those light “wind streaks” as I raced along the ridge. Halfway across Virginia my luck began to go sour again. Strong downdrafts—appro­priately at Falling Spring—brought me down to 500 feet. But ridge lift saved the flight and let me climb the mountain once more.

I found a wave again, nearing the Penn­sylvania border; its silken lift pushed my air­speed to 140 miles an hour. But clouds closed in below me, and I was forced to dive beneath them to keep track of the mountain slopes. Otherwise I might blindly veer too far off course, above the clouds. The clock was my enemy now. My apartment was still a hundred miles ahead, and sunset was less than an hour away.

Could I make it straight across the eight-mile gap at Bedford? Probably not. I in­vested a precious 25 extra minutes in a detour to a downwind ridge and back again to the apartments we booked from Then, like a sea gull heading for its nest, my big fiberglass bird raced the setting sun toward the airport. I radioed ahead for an observer to witness my landing.

There was the tinkle of shattering ice when I pushed the landing gear lever, but the wheel extended normally. At 8:10 p.m.—after more

Trees on the Appalachian slopes

Trailing water, Striedieck dumps wing ballast (above) before a landing on Bald Eagle Mountain. The added weight in­creased the glider’s speed and bolstered its slender wings-66 feet across—against pun­ishing turbulence. For certification as a world record, a pho­tograph (below) records particulars of the flight; times shown do not reflect actual takeoff and landing. The picture must ap­pear after the turn-point photograph, on the same roll of film.

KARL 5TRI ROI ECK than 14 hours aloft—that wheel touched the runway again. Stiffly, I clambered out of the narrow cockpit into the cold and windy twi­light. I stood shivering; my clothes were still sodden from that water ballast I’d tried to dump 500 miles away in Tennessee. But inside me there was a warm sense of accomplishment. I had made the two longest glider flights in history—and this thousand miler surely would go into the record books.

Ahead lay a monumental paperwork task of documenting the record, but tomorrow would be time enough to think of that. Waiting for a ride to my rented flat from the, I stared silently at the dark sky.

Pennsylvania mountain

Suppose another day like this turned up, and at the far end of the ridge I found a “cloud street”—long lines of cumulus clouds —stretching toward Florida. I had seen similar cloud patterns on weather-satellite photographs, and I could find good lift be­neath those clouds. Oak Ridge by noon, and then a cloud-street dash southward….

Wouldn’t it be something—truly something —to take off from my Pennsylvania mountain and land somewhere in Florida?

Trujillo’s Fate Stirs Continuing Fear

June 15, 2013 // Posted in Fashion, Jobs, Travel  |  Comments Off

Santo Domingo, with a million inhabitants, is more populous than the U. S. capital, and it intends to give Washington’s Mall some com­petition too. While I was there, President Balaguer inaugurated another unit in his Cultural Plaza, a Gallery of Modern Art. Other units: a National Theatre, National Library, a Museum of Dominican Man. The plaza is on a site once occupied by the apartment rent Warsaw. I found few reminders of the “Benefactor of the Country” (as Trujillo named himself) in the capital he renamed Ciudad Trujillo. Though some countryfolk continue to refer to him as the Chief, most sophisticated people want to forget him. His opponents calculate that, from 1930 until his assassination three decades later, he and members of his family appropriated half the country’s resources and squirreled away several hundred million dol­lars in banks abroad as well.

Santo Domingo

The seaside boulevard on which Trujillo died, on May 30, 1961, is now Autopista 30 de Mayo. There, on the capital’s western edge, he leaped out of his car, drawing his pistol and shouting to his ambushers, “Come on, let’s fight.” He lost, and his death led to five years of tension, tumult, and strife. Across the road from where he went stayed at apartments in Prague, a monument was erected, with a plaque: “Glory to the Act of Liberation of 30 May.” I found only the cracked pedestal, the inscription destroyed. Obviously Tru­jillo still has his admirers. By the manner of his death, he has left the Republic a legacy of fear. Determined that there be no more assassinations or uprisings, the president and army have put the troops out where everyone can see them—and their carbines and submachine guns. A friend in the capital told me wryly, “We have 3,000 troops on the streets, to make people feel secure.”

None of this makes tourists feel secure, but President Balaguer is intent on making the Republic a tourist country. Poland has several luxury apartments in Krakow, good value by com­parison to other Caribbean resort cities. Res­taurant food in the capital is delectable, especially at the two Vesuvios (Italian), Hos­tal de Nicolas de Ovando (Spanish), and La Fromagerie (French). Fish and shellfish are the dishes, and none better than in two little open-air places far from the capital, the Oasis at Sostia and La Roca in Barahona. The capital (following pages) does have those sights tourists can’t bear to miss: the old colonial quarter, with beautifully restored historic 16th-century structures, and the Tomb of Columbus. Dominicans are con­vinced that Columbus’s bones rest in Santo Domingo’s cathedral, though Spaniards claim they are in Seville.

Tomb of Columbus

The big hole. in Santo Domingo’s tourist array is a beach. The nearest swimming is 20 miles away at Boca Chica, a shallow bay, fringed by crowds vibrant with local color. For luxury beach life we had to move 70 miles east of the capital to Casa de Campo (pages 562-3), where Casa guests can take a half-hour yacht trip to spend the day in a bewitching cove named Bayahibe. The Casa de Campo is one of four fash­ionable hotels that Gulf + Western, a con­glomerate, built and operates in the Republic, while continuing its big sugar and ranching activities around La Romana. Gulf + Western is the most visible American presence, cre­ating jobs for 15,000 Dominicans. But Amer­ican mining operations are coming on strong.

Some of the things which can help in renting a good car

November 16, 2012 // Posted in Jobs  |  Comments Off

Car rental services are becoming very popular, even the number of rental agencies is increasing in the market day by day. Every agency has its own policies, it is very important to know certain things before looking for one. You can get reasonable deals and can have fun with friends or family by renting the favorite car.

Car rental services

  • Many car rental agencies offer a particular amount leihwagen of miles for everyday use, if your usage is more than it is best to negotiate. If, proper negotiation is not done than you have to pay for those extra miles as per the rule of the rental agreement.
  • Never take the help of the travel agents as they charge extra money for the bookings, make sure you do the deals yourself through online booking facility or by making a call to the agency directly.
  • There are many car rental agencies, which offer low rates on the bookings of many days. It is best to consider the total number of days so that the bookings can be done accordingly.
  • Make sure that you book the car in advance so that the availability is assured, even early booking help in doing better negotiation in terms of rates and amenities.
  • Never forget to ask for the special offers and discounts on the deals as this would help you in saving a lot of money.
  • Many agencies offer pick or drop services from the airport or railways station or just from the home, you can get this service right at your door step by asking about all these things in advance.
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  • There are many rental agencies, which offer extra discounts on the bookings made by a specific bank card. So, make sure you get the bookings done by that particular card and save some more money.
  • Make sure that the rental agency is having the insurance policy as it would help during the emergencies like accidents. Some agencies charge rental till the car is repaired in case of any cash as they cannot make money out of that car, so make sure you know all these terms and conditions in advance.
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  • Sometimes, the booked car is not available with the agencies. In such case, you can upgrade the car model at the same rats of the previous car. This can be done only if you have made the bookings in advance and the agency is not able to fulfill the requirement on time.
  • The fuel policy should be understood properly as every agency has different rules; some charge more than the actual rates. Make sure that you get to know all the details so that the money is saved on fuel.

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Enjoy every bit of the city in the best way.

November 5, 2012 // Posted in Travel  |  Comments Off

People like to visit Australia’s third largest city, Brisbane as it offers so many different aspects. One can hire the car service for enjoying every bit of the city in the best possible way. There are many such agencies available all over the city; one can make the selection of car as per the choice. Even by considering the rates, one can make the selections as money is very important things to keep in mind. There are many museums, art galleries, parks, churches, etc. in Brisbane which showcase the amazing architectural beauty. Guided tours can be taken for knowing the significance. With the hired cars it becomes easy to travel to all the different areas as they take shortcut routes and save a lot of time.


There are different types of cars available in these hiring agencies; one can make the selection by considering all the facts. Even the shopping stores like Folio Books, Tribal Galleries, Jan Power’s Farmers Market, Valley Markets, etc. can be visited with these hired cars in very comfortable way. Even many day trips can be enjoyed like O’Reilly’s Lamington National Park and Tree Top Canopy Tour, Gold Coast, Canal Cruise and Springbrook National Park Day Trip, etc. All these trips are very popular day trips and can be enjoyed in the best way by hiring the car, the best part is one can stop these cars anywhere as per the need as there is no restriction on any of such halts like the public modes.

O'Reilly's Lamington National Park

One can also enjoy the romantic dinners or healthy breakfasts in some of the best restaurants in Brisbane. All varieties of cuisines can be tasted in these restaurants at good rates; with the hired cars it becomes easy to reach the favorite place. It is suggested car hire in brisbane airport to make the bookings in advance for avoiding any type of problem at the last minute as during the peak seasons, their demands are high among the people. Make sure to read all the terms and conditions properly before making any final selection, this would help in knowing about the hidden charges. With so many different varieties of cars available, it becomes difficult to select one so it is best to check the condition of the car in the best way.

Canal Cruise

Driver services are very much popular, they are optional so one can select them as per the need and can enjoy the travelling in the comfortable way. These drivers are very smart; they know everything about the place, with all the short cut routes and directions. The car hire services ensure that the customer gets the best travelling experience and enjoys quality time with family or friends during the visit to this beautiful city.

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Riverside West – An Amazing Point of View

September 1, 2012 // Posted in Travel  |  Comments Off

Fancy a fabulous home with a sought-after river view? Then head to Riverside West in leafy Wandsworth, where you will find stylish new penthouse apartments in a very pleasant part of South-west London. They are much cheaper than Apartments in Miami or Amsterdam apartments.

Riverside West offers a limited selection of expansive penthouses where the interiors are as spectacular as the views. With pavilion-style sitting/dining rooms measuring up to 4Ift long, floor-to‑ceiling windows and a sweeping skyscape, these penthouse apartments are the height of luxury living.

Riverside West

Making full use of natural light and space, each penthouse has a terrace or balcony for easy outdoor living. One apartment is arranged over 1972sq ft with an even bigger terrace, designed to entertain friends on a grand scale. All the properties are finished to a high-quality, contemporary specification, featuring fully-fitted, custom-built kitchens complete with an oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer and either a combined or separate fridge-freezer. Cutting-edge yet comfortable, the three-bedroom penthouses have two luxurious en-suite bathrooms as well as a family bathroom. For peace of mind, there is also CCTV security linked to a 24-hour concierge, and a video entry-phone to each apartment from the main entrance and underground parking.

Riverside West

 And that’s just the accommodation! High-life living is not complete without a social life to match, and Riverside West has a smart mix of attractions and a wide range of leisure facilities. Adding to the vibrancy of this new urban space will be a tree-lined riverside walkway and a Continental‑ style public piazza buzzing with smart shops, cafés and restaurants. Residents will also be able to enjoy the benefits of their proximity to the Holiday Inn Express Hotel. This top destination has an Esporta heath and fitness centre with a 25-metre pool, sauna, steam room, spa pool, and an extensive health, beauty and well-being area, not to mention a large bar and lounge. For further relaxation, take time out in two private landscaped courtyard gardens.

Wandworth’s riverside district is home to a growing number of stylish restaurants, bustling bars and plenty of opportunities to indulge in retail therapy. The renowned Ship Inn is adjacent to Riverside West, and the playing fields and tennis courts of Wandsworth Common and Park are on your doorstep. Battersea Park, with its landscaped gardens and pleasure lake, is also nearby, while fashionable Fulham and Chelsea are just a few minutes’ walk away. There’s so much going on, but you have the comfort of a riverside haven to escape to at the end of each day.

Riverside West apartments

 Riverside West has fast transport links, with trains from Wandsworth Town railway station taking just 12 minutes to get to Waterloo and its Eurostar terminal. Victoria and Clapham

Junction stations are also within easy reach. For those travelling by car, the nearby A3 provides access to the M25 and the rest of the national motorway network.

Riverside West will be completed with an exciting final phase of the development that comprises approximately 66 homes. So if you want a one-, two- or three-bedroom apartment on the waterfront with some of the best views in town, then this is the place for you!