Burmese Days: A Photo DiaryDias en Burma: Diario fotografico

Burmese Days: A Photo Diary

“It is quite unlike any place you know about” was Rudyard Kipling’s famous quote about Myanmar (Burma) and boy did that turn out to be true. Whilst...
Travel ZDestacados | June 3, 2015
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The Route of Sinners, Pagans and KingsLa ruta de los pecadores, los paganos y los reyes

The Route of Sinners, Pagans and Kings

Twelve years ago, I travelled with some friends to Guatemala and one of the many excursions we did during the weeks we spent there was to climb...
Travel ZDestacados | June 2, 2015
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Larry From Chicago: Setting SailLarry From Chicago: Zarpamos

Larry From Chicago: Setting Sail

22nd June 2013 0800 hours: Captain John wakes me up. We are dragging anchor and very close to the beach, a place that he had chosen as...
Columns Travel ZDestacados | February 5, 2015
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Shakespeare and Co: Angels in DisguiseShakespeare and Co: Angeles encubiertos

Shakespeare and Co: Angels in Disguise

Standing on the pavement outside the Left Bank institution, Shakespeare and Company, even a first time visitor cannot shake the feeling of having been here before. Although...
Style Travel | January 15, 2015
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Larry From Chicago: Buying the Equinoccio 3Larry from Chicago: Comprando el Equinoccio 3

Larry From Chicago: Buying the Equinoccio 3

My favourite novel is The Razor’s Edge by William Somerset Maugham. Its protagonist is Lawrence Darrell, who lives in Chicago, and instead of marrying his fiancée, embarks...
Columns Travel | October 19, 2014
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Guatemala, the Country of Many Colours: Part 2Guatemala, el País de los Mil Colores: Parte Dos

Guatemala, the Country of Many Colours: Part 2

The moss-covered, cracked and crumbling walls that make up the buildings of the old capital of Antigua hide hundreds of secret courtyards and many places to pick...
Travel | August 20, 2014
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