Eating my way around Jerusalem with BiteMojo

Eating my way around Jerusalem with BiteMojo

When I was in Jerusalem I had the opportunity to try out BiteMojo, an exciting new travel app. It’s a sort of cross between a walking tour, a food tour and a restaurant crawl. A unique and fun way to explore the culture and cuisine of a city. What is BiteMojo?...
App Review: MosaLingua Language Learning

App Review: MosaLingua Language Learning

There are lots of language learning apps on the market. I’ve tried a few, in my attempts to improve my knowledge of foreign languages, or to pick up the basics of a new one. So I was pleased when MosaLingua asked me to review one of their apps, and I set to work...
GPSMyCity: Article Apps Now Available

GPSMyCity: Article Apps Now Available

Blog article apps are a new concept in travel apps for IOS devices. They’re the latest offering from GPSMyCity, and I’m pleased to announce that some of my posts have been turned into apps. You can download these apps for free, or pay for an upgrade. What Are...
App Review: GPSmyCity

App Review: GPSmyCity

I always enjoy exploring cities on foot. So I was pleased to get the chance to review a city walks app, GPSmyCity. This is a collection of apps for IOS and Android featuring walks in almost 500 cities across the world, and I was about to road test the app for London....
Geocaching in Devon

Geocaching in Devon

Yesterday I had my first go at geocaching. For anyone who is not familiar with it, geocaching is a sort of high tech treasure hunt, using GPS to follow clues and find hidden “caches”. In fact, it is appropriate that we were doing it in Devon, as in many...