Labour Day, La Paz

Labour Day, La Paz

If the month I spent there is anything to go by, Bolivians love a parade. In La Paz we witnessed three parades in five days, in most cities we’ve heard confetti canons and mini fireworks going off every other day, we stumbled upon a parade of schoolkids in Torotoro, a…

Keep reading

British Food Shop in Amsterdam

British Food Shop in Amsterdam

One of the things I love about living in London (although I expect it’s the same in many UK cities) is the amount of foreign food shops that are available. Particularly, I love shops like Cyber Candy that are choc-a-bloc with sweets from around the world, including those e-number-packed American sweets…

Keep reading

Bloemenmarkt Amsterdam

Bloemenmarkt Amsterdam

Even though I was only in Amsterdam for one proper day (not counting the days I had to work), I still managed to take nearly 400 photos, so I’m only now getting round to sorting them all into the relevant groups. In serious sight-seeing mode, I ploughed round the city’s…

Keep reading

Cascades d’Ouzoud

Cascades d'Ouzoud

I wrote about the Ouzoud Falls, or Cascades d’Ouzoud, in my last post, but as they are just so pretty I thought I’d include a few more of my photographs. The Ouzoud Falls – ouzoud meaning olive in Berber – are located in the Azilal district in the Atlas mountains around 150km…

Keep reading

Les Jardins Majorelle

Jardins Majorelle in Marrakech

When the pink and terracotta walls of the red city start to overheat your senses, visit the Majorelle Gardens to reinvigorate yourself. With its cooling colour palette, green pools and shaded walkways, this is the perfect place to chill-out in Marrakech. The idea of visiting a garden may sound a…

Keep reading