What an amazing little iron this turned out to be. Bought in Woolworths for £11.99 it was just the ticket as far as my holiday ironing was concerned. The first thing you notice about the iron is that it is a cute minature version of the full blown thing, unlike some travel irons which are horrible things which pretend that is what they are. The Voyager has both horizontal and vertical shots of steam that sound really meaty when you activate them....very handy if its just a few creases that need smoothing out and when there is no board or table available. Just hang the item of clothing up and steam away, no drips, just nice creaseless clothes. Its quite a nice weight....heavy duty enough to cope with the toughest ironing as well as more delicate stuff, and light enough to pack. The voyager comes with a neat little jug for filling it up and a cloth carrying pouch so that you don't damage the easy-glide coated sole plate. In fact, now I am back from my hols, this little beauty is to take up residence along side my everyday iron because, to be quite honest, it does a much better job!!
This is actually a restaurant and also a pub or bar (at night). It is located in the center of the city center, along the Highfield road, which is very convenient cause in front of the restaurant, there are bus stops. I seldom have my lunch at any restaurant in Southampton, although I have been living here for four years. One of the reasons is I cannot afford it, that's why I always cook for myself. However last Sunday because of friends' visiting, I have brought them to this restaurant. First of all, the food in this restaurant is really at the reasonable price and having a great variety. Secondly the food are fresh and also tasty and delicious. Last but not least, the environment of the restaurant is really nice and really can improve your appetide. In addition, you can sit beside the mirror that can give you a great view outside the restaurant. It is really a great place to have lunch and have a nice chat with friends indeed.