My visit to Copenhagen was brief, but I quickly fell in love with the Danish capital and their healthy way of life. I love a city that you can lose yourself in, filled with different districts with varying vibes and stories to tell and Copenhagen delivered. With just one day to see as much as … More 48 Hours in Copenhagen
Miami, the city of gangsters and millionaires, (or so I am told by the tour guide who delights in telling us about the rum trade that once flourished during the prohibition and points out the house that Al Capone once lived in). Honestly, it seems not much has changed, but both have gotten richer, and … More Gangsters and Millionaires in Miami
Picture a city that resonates on the sound of live music echoing through the town, the sweet sounds of saxophones and the smooth sounds of soulful tones, colourful historical influences that haunt every street corner and an upbeat welcoming atmosphere, then you have New Orleans. Seeped with French influences, this city has been fought over … More The Sound of the Saints in New Orleans
The Truth When telling others of my urge to travel to Myanmar, I received horrified looks, firstly for my safety, and secondly if I had any moral fibre within my body- why would I want to visit a country where rape, murder and brutality are more common than I cared to admit? Why would I … More The Truth About Myanmar
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