Travel Agenda: Toast Festival celebrates New Zealand; new route between Luton and Forli; encompassing the Globe to be relocated
Saturday 27 June 2009
A slice of the Antipodes comes to Clapham Common in London. The Toast Festival celebrates New Zealand today and Australia tomorrow with live music, barbecues and more ( toastfestivals.co.uk ).
On Tuesday, a new route opens up between Luton and Forli, Emilia Romagna, courtesy of Windjet ( volawindjet.it ). On Wednesday, two new hotels open: the Satemwa Ulendo Lodges on a tea estate in Malawi ( ulendo.net/lodges ) and Il Salviatino, a villa overlooking Florence ( salviatino.com ). On Friday, this year's Darwin commemorations continue apace in Shrewsbury at Shift Time: A Festival of Ideas ( shift-time.org.uk ). Also on Friday, the Garden Festival starts in Petrcane, Croatia with music from Gilles Peterson and Norman Jay and boat parties ( thegardenfestival.eu ).
In the diary...
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