The Latest from Anglophenia
As if the news of Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie working together wasn’t exciting enough, the BBC has released further …Read Now
Dame Judi Dench has been in New York this week (March 3) braving the late winter slush and sleet to …Read Now
The new sequel to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel is more Indian than the original. It boasts a big Bollywood …Read Now
You might think that you come off all charmingly Alan Rickman or Emma Thompson, but don’t think Americans aren’t incensed by bits of your Britishness.
American people are some of the loveliest you’ll ever meet and make us expats feel all warm, cuddly and very welcome. But just occasionally they do or say something that we Brits find a tad… eccentric.
Anglophenia, Mind the Gap’s mother blog, has been zipping around New York City, interviewing British chefs who have achieved culinary stardom in the the most competitive city on the planet.
Considering we’re stuck in a super-size economic black hole, some would say you’re more likely to find pixies at the bottom of your garden than a new job in this lousy market. Make that pixies and unicorns if you’re a foreign …
We Brits have been throwing street parties to congratulate our royal family on marrying, reigning and aging for more than a century. (FYI: that’s why bunting salesmen are the real 1%.
If moving home is stressful, moving countries can be far worse – so it is even more important to plan ahead, before the rush of events and deadlines gets on top of you. There are so many things going on that you must list the …
Whether you’re packing for your first trip or planning to make the big move, living in America is going to be a challenge – as well as lots of fun. I still haven’t gotten over the fact that America is big – really, really, big …
Moving abroad is one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. Before you book your ticket, ask yourself these tough questions.