Thematic Explorations in Hospitality, Culture & Entertainment


Table of Contents

  1. Island Cocktails – Delivered to You!
  2. Interview: Papa Jules Gualdoni – La Cabane, Barbados
  3. DJ Set: No Man’s An Island, Jack!
  4. Gallery: Crete, August 2020
  5. Video: 1700 Miles in a Tiny Speedboat – Part 1
  6. Interview: Harry Dwyer – Tiny Speedboat, London (UK)

Island Cocktails

Green Japanese 9€
Roku gin, yuzu sake liqueur, lime, jasmine tea syrup, cherry blossom bitters, aquafaba

Irish Privateer (x2) 16€
Jameson Caskmates Whiskey Stout, Williams Christ pear brandy, banana liqueur, gentian, coffee-infusion

Barbados & Chill (x2) 16€
Popcorn-infused Mount Gay rum, Amaro, coconut blossom syrup, grapefruit bitters

Marco Island (x 2) 16€
A clarified mixture of blended rums, dry curaçao, house-made falernum, lime juice and orgeat

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PapaJules Gualdoni – La Cabane, Barbados

Published February 9th, 2021

Have you ever dreamt of opening a bar on the beach somewhere? Of course you have, because everyone has. It’s the one dream we all share. And when we meet the people that followed through and actually did it, it’s worth taking the time to talk to them about it.

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DJ Set

No Man’s an Island, Jack!

Special Thanks to DJs Martin Schray & Thomas Weber

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There were these two young fish swimming along and they happened to meet an older fish swimming the other way. The older fish nodded at them and said, “Morning, boys. How’s the water?” The two young fish swam on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looked over at the other and goes “What the hell is water?”

Music is like food, like water, like air – so necessary, so essential – and here it’s just itself, wanting to be nothing but its own all-encompassing version that wraps around your body like a blanket.

– Martin Schray


Crete, August 2020

Published February 9th, 2021


1700 Miles in a Tiny Speedboat – Part 1

Published February 9th, 2021

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Harry Dwyer – Tiny Speedboat, UK

Published February 12th, 2021

A nice, relaxing and enjoyable boat ride around the entirety of the United Kingdom – all 1700 nautical miles. Even if you call him crazy, he’s gotten our attention!

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