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London is a fascinating city for infinite reasons. Just one of which is that it holds enough green space to be considered for National Park status.
“Day 23 to 25: A Summary Of London’s Green Chain Walk”
For whatever reason (most likely because a trip oversees took place and inspired a flurry of posts) this visit to Greenwich was left unpublished.
“Day 18 to 22: Exploring Queen’s House Greenwich, London”
Glorious sunshine filled the flat today and I spent a lunch break out on the balcony staring towards the peak of Crystal Palace park on the horizon.
“Day 8: Memories Of Spring 2019 In Crystal Palace Park, London”
From fiery peaks and
turquoise seas, to ancient architecture and Michelin star meals, Sicily really does have it all. Continue reading
“My Top Six Sicilian Experiences”
For all that Sicily can track its heritage effortlessly back over Millennia, it looks forward when it comes to tourism.
“The Old And The New In Sicily’s Cefalù”
Palermo, a city on the northern coast of Sicily, has long been home for people from all corners of the Mediterranean. In 2019 it continues to be defined by its cultural diversity, both contemporary and historical.
“Italy With A Twist In Palermo, Sicily”
I wasn’t able to spend long enough in León. Nicaragua’s most northern city has long been respected as the country’s seat of intellectual and political challenge. A few days before I planned to cross the border, it started a new and important fight.
“History Repeating In León, Nicaragua”
“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.”
“Coffee Boom Capital: A Walking Tour Around San Salvador”
The borders that encircle the countries we recognise today as Belize, Guatemala and Honduras mean little in the story of the Maya.
“The Maya World Of Copán, Honduras”