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When it comes to colour in South Africa, perhaps there’s no better place to start […]
Dust in red still stains my shoes And drumbeats soothe my sleepless senses I am […]
Napoleon is remembered for a great many things. Conquering most of Europe, for example. Overthrowing […]
Spoiler. I’m not that girl. I’m the one behind the camera. Right now, I’m in […]
There was a large light. I fell. And then no-one came to rescue us. Nagasaki, […]
Is it Burma or Myanmar? I arrived under cover of darkness. Deep, night, darkness. I […]
The lane is full of memories, the lane, this lane in the most holy of […]
Conversation in the passport processing centre… Passport lady: which photo do you want me to […]
Aswan For over two thousand years people have stood where I’m standing now. And yet […]
Around the corner is the Old Quarter. Around the corner is the vision of Hanoi […]
The Cour des Loges Hotel Review As hotels go, the Cour des Loges didn’t need […]
It was just before midnight. Our slow procession blinked past the checkpoint, wisps of hair […]
What is home? This week, I was supposed to be travelling. But I was sick. […]
The problem, if you happened to be a slave owner, was that slaves just kept on dying. It was bad for business. Arguably, this also caused problems if you happened to be a slave, but…
Part two about slavery in Barbados – and how it’s not what you might expect.
I’m not sure which I saw first. The creeping hands…The lashing tail…Fervent, frantic, fevered wings dipping into water…Or something else entirely……
The Club, Barbados My room has the perfect view. At dawn, sparkle spills across the […]
Kakadu. The sound is soft yet distinctive, like a bird call that rolls and unfolds across the willows and the reeds, the waters, the low and smoky air, to reach me on the scrunched and scorched soil. On the earth that is itself Kakadu.
The song sounded soulful but also a little sad. The man’s voice, with a tremor likely absent in his youth, addressed the crowd as though we were but one.
One person. A girl. A friend. A home. I couldn’t quite be sure, losing words as they…
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