“Readers of Jack Scott’s début book, Perking the Pansies, would be forgiven for wondering what happened to our intrepid hero Jack and his husband Liam next – given the challenges inherent in moving to a country that’s officially secular but actually over 90% Muslim. This follow-up, Turkey Street, ends the wondering. And it does it in fine style.” Dave reviews the sequel to Jack Scott’s memoir of life as half of a gay expat couple in Turkey.
Booking travel arrangements over the Web has become such a commonplace matter, it’s easy to forget that things can sometimes go wrong. Badly wrong.
A fibreglass statue of Shaun the Sheep as Nelson, with the more famous statue of Nelson as himself in the background.
We announce the British Expat Edition of 2048 – the puzzle game that’s taken the UK by storm!
It’s less than 100 days until the kick-off of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, so naturally it’s time for the media to start fretting about the organisers’ lack of preparedness. Do they have a point?
2014 is a big year for Brazil – the World Cup’s being held there from 12 June to 13 July. But how much else do you know about the country?