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It’s 8 o’clock and the sun is slowly heading for the horizon, its light dripping away from the olive trees growing on the distant yellow hills. The smell of vegetables roasting in the oven wafts towards us from the kitchen, where we’ve also got sangria cooling in the fridge. We still have a couple of......
  • Entering Fez Medina
Our whirlwind week in Morocco whisked us right out of the slow and comfortable rhythm of our travels in Spain, and took us on an journey through the north of the country that was fascinating and confronting and chaotic and exciting, all at the same time....
When the ferry zipped away after dropping us at the little port in Folegandros it was suddenly calm and very quiet. The teeny tiny island is home to only 700 or so people and its small-town vibe envelopes you as soon as you set foot on its shores. We immediately embraced the slow pace of......
We arrived in Santorini in the early morning, exhausted after an overnight flight from Barcelona via Athens, but the perfect, endless blue of the Aegean that greeted us as soon as we stepped off the plane was a definite mood-changer....
  • Cuba artwork Trinidad
Sitting in our comfy London hotel room, Cuba already feels like a strange and distant daydream. It’s hard to believe that just yesterday we were walking the beautiful, crumbling streets of Havana and riding to the airport in a rickety old car that wouldn’t have a hope of getting registered back home. “Hakuna matata,” our......
Rugged, windswept cliffs jutting out into a furious ocean; a fort and a lighthouse; clear skies of endless blue and a haze on the horizon. This is the end of the world, of course; how could anything lay beyond the vastness before us?...
It’s the strange and confusing travel experiences that are simultaneously hilarious and fun that make for the best memories. They are the kind of experiences that you love to tell people about although you can’t quite explain them, because you were never really sure what was going on in the first place....