The Enduring Mystery Of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

The thrum of mopeds darting down back streets was the lullaby of Siem Reap.

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Day 41: Aix-en-Provence In Portrait

Thursday night was date night. And by date night I mean that my partner and I cooked together and ended up watching TV. Just as we have done most evenings since March 11th.

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Day 18 to 22: Exploring Queen’s House Greenwich, London

For whatever reason (most likely because a trip oversees took place and inspired a flurry of posts) this visit to Greenwich was left unpublished. 

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Coffee Boom Capital: A Walking Tour Around San Salvador

“Blocks of multicoloured light pierced every curve of the stunning church. A complete contrast to its brutalist exterior and a timely reminder never to judge a book by its cover.” 

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The Maya World Of Copán, Honduras

The borders that encircle the countries we recognise today as Belize, Guatemala and Honduras mean little in the story of the Maya.

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The Maya World Of Tikal, Guatemala

The borders that encircle the countries we recognise today as Belize, Guatemala and Honduras mean little in the story of the Maya.

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The Maya World Of Xunantunich, Belize

The borders that encircle the countries we recognise today as Belize, Guatemala and Honduras mean little in the story of the Maya.

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The Maya World Of Cahal Pech, Belize

The borders that encircle the countries we recognise today as Belize, Guatemala and Honduras mean little in the story of the Maya.

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Bridges: Do They Connect or Divide Us?

Florence’s famous Medici family constructed an entire network of secret passages across the city to connect them to their residences, work and places of worship. Many take the form of tiny bridges that span narrow streets; barely noticeable at first glance.

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Always Looking Up: Two Days In Venice, Italy

Venice’s celebrity stems from its wonders of engineering, its diversity and its rich ancient trade, but often we only think of its canals.

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