The clocks have gone forward and the March equinox has passed, apparently heralding the start of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. That and a recent post on…… Read more “Some Thoughts on the Seasons”
When I was younger my mum used to despair because I would refer to everywhere as “home”. If I was staying over at a friend’s for…… Read more “Feeling at Home in a Foreign Country”
When I tell people that I’m going to Brazil they tend to get pretty excited. In the popular imagination Brazil seems to conjure up images of beautiful…… Read more “A Few Thoughts on São Paulo”
I’ve said it before, and I will say it again: Mexico City is truly a beast. Chaotic, noisy, colourful. These are some words you could easily throw…… Read more “Mexico City, You Beast”
Granada’s Realejo district, the old Jewish quarter, is a vibrant neighbourhood full of winding streets, pretty balconies and interesting street art. Once home to the city’s Jewish…… Read more “Searching for Granada’s Jewish History”
Originally posted by me in 2014, this blog follows my travels in Valladolid, Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Isla Mujeres in 2012.
So, the Dutch really seem to have their shit together. There are many things that led me to this conclusion during my week in Amsterdam (for work,…… Read more “Reasons Why the Dutch are Awesome”