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On farmland near the small fishing town of Kampot, dusty paths ran poker straight around the edges of fields like grouting in between bright green bathroom tiles.
“Roads To Nowhere On Cambodia’s Coast”
“One of mankind’s greatest flaws is not being clearly aware of what life means. It is such a brief and flimsy thing.”
(CÉSAR MANRIQUE 1978)
“Day 45 to 50: Following César Manrique Through Lanzarote”
Virtual escapism is a great thing and there are some really creative initiatives changing our concept of adventure at the moment.
“Day 7: Wild Places In The Canary Islands”
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”
As someone who tends to gravitate towards European cities for their architecture and history, I rarely find myself truly in the wilderness of a country on this continent.
“The Wonderful Wait: A Train Journey Across Sicily”
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”
The only problem with Utila was that I just couldn’t bring myself to leave.
“The Three Lies Of Utila, Honduras”
When I returned to Porquerolles in 2015 as an adult I was nervous. Would it live up to my childhood memories?
“My Favourite Place: Where Is Yours?”
In Caye Caulker, the sand is white, the water is crystal clear and the streets are multicoloured. Whole lobsters are grilled to your taste on the roadside and the locals always have a smile (well, living here why wouldn’t they).
“Postcard From Caye Caulker, Belize”
On a backpacker trail that’s becoming reasonably well-trodden, Santa Catalina still felt relatively offbeat.
“Snorkelling In Coiba Marine Reserve On Panama’s Pacific Coast”