We went down to The Waterfront for our first evening in Cape Town where we had dinner at a restaurant in the shadow of Table Mountain. Our plan was to take the cable car up to the top the following morning. We got incredibly lucky with the weather. The mountain was crystal clear without any […]
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Oh Hermanus you broke our hearts. Whales, whales, whales. From the shore, from a boat. You managed to thwart us at every turn. But you are a photogenic place, so I still love you.
Read More Gallery: 20 Photographs of Hermanus that do not feature any whales.
Kayaking and the water have been dominating my thoughts recently. I’ve been having a blast with mine and so boats felt like a natural subject for this week. Halong Bay remains the great disappointment in my travel life. When I planned my trip it was to be my last stop in Asia and intended to […]
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Valencia plays host to some fascinating buildings but one area in particular is home to to some fantastic modern architecture. The City of Arts and Science is well worth taking time to visit. Apart from the simply taking time to walk the area and admire the way the buildings seem to rise out of the […]
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Happy Earth Day. In celebration of Earth Day 2019, here is a random selection of photographs taken all over the world since I started my travelogue. Return visitors may recognise some photos as each of these has featured in a previous post.
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Cuenca’s Old Town is a charming UNESCO Heritage listed medieval fortified city located a couple of hours outside of Madrid. Following a hike through the nearby geological park and a hearty late lunch. I spent the late afternoon strolling through streets and passages that feel untouched from its heyday. Placed high up in the hills, […]
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Madrid in the evening is busy with a capital B. I was staying a couple of minutes walk from the Sol area and having arrived at my hotel a 9pm I wanted to get out and take a walk before bed. It’s a major city so I wasn’t expecting deserted streets, but at the same […]
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To call my decision making regarding the topic of this series arbitrary is a discredit… to the word ‘arbitrary’. Last night I dreamt of cycling so today you get a gallery of bicycles! Bikes are everywhere in Amsterdam and the whole city appears to be a utopia for cycling commuters. Flat, well maintained roads. True […]
Read More Photo (Gallery) of the Week: Bicycles of Amsterdam
I’d always wanted to see Tromso and I finally got to do so in September 2017. Like so many other other places I was introduced to Tromso by Michael Palin. This time during his Pole to Pole adventure. Standing inside the Arctic Circle, one of the most Northern Cities in the world and being on […]
Read More Photo of the week (Gallery): Tromso