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Travel Guide to Poland

For The Independent – August 2016 “Come for the past, experience the future,” could easily be a new slogan for Polish tourism. Visitors are drawn to the country mainly by its medieval cities and sombre sites relating to its 20th-century history. Once they arrive in Poland’s main metropolises, however, they’re likely to be struck by […]

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National Geographic Traveller’s Digital Nomad

In which I, along with my photographer wife, spend two weeks in Aqaba and southern Jordan, blogging, tweeting and sharing photos on Facebook and Instagram. Along the way we cooked and shared meals with Bedouin people, we scrambled up mountains, we abseiled, we dived, and we even got married – again. For more details see http://www.natgeotraveller.co.uk/digitalnomad/

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Staying Chilled

For Journeys Magazine – Summer 2014 issue As I walk between a magnificent Indian monument and an imposing Malaysian government building, I wrap my scarf ever tighter and pull down my hat to protect my ears from the cold. The snowy replicas, every bit as grand as the originals despite the temporary nature of the […]

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Poland Bieszczady Mountains

Poland: the Bieszczady Mountains

For National Geographic Traveller (in the June 2014 issue) Sitting at the south-eastern corner of Poland, bordering both Slovakia and Ukraine, the Bieszczady Mountains are home to an area of wilderness that’s hard to find anywhere else in Europe. For full story click here 

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