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Let’s face it, the world has plenty of temptations. This page collects travel stories, photographs and videos that explores food from around the world. Chocolate in Cologne, foie gras in France, mushroom vodka from goodness knows where and more. Grab a glass, a fork and some fun and let Inside the Travel Lab tempt you with a global feast…
Italy Walking The stillness surrounds, save for the scrunch and soft thump of my boots […]
As a Brit, I’ve had to hear my fair share of jokes about the food […]
I’m here at the Ice Hotel Sweden. And I’m going in… Tune in on the […]
On The Road… Leaving Antigua against a purple sky as the sun’s final shards pierce […]
Lay out your sleeping bag on the reindeer skin… Sometimes I just love this adventure […]
Well, every job has its downsides as they say. After a month of scrunched up […]
Lemons. They’re all over the place in the narrow streets of olive and stone-soaked Amalfi. […]
Right now I’m in Sorrento. It’s a multicoloured town that clings to the hills and […]
A priest. A still-beating heart. Blood flowing down sacrificial steps until it flooded the ground some 30 metres below.
That’s my first mental image of Mayan culture, the…
Sickness has slowed my writing this month, I’m sorry to say. But rather than leave you hanging in silence, I thought I’d cheer you up with a quick taste of Tirol. Drum roll please as I introduce the iPhone only snapshots of my time in the snow. Who could imagine…
I can’t remember the first time I saw one. Not this year,nor last. Nor buried somewhere in the shadowy dreams of childhood. Wings. Claws. Scales. Jaws. Fire.
Sometimes, you need to take the time to stop. To pause for breath. To fill your senses with everything that’s beautiful and to let the world’s cares, concerns and curmudgeonly characteristics sit sloppily in a pile to be dealt with tomorrow…
But let’s face it, they’re a great place to start I’m writing this in a […]
Flying over teardrop-shaped islets that rise up from the Indian Ocean is a non-too-shabby approach […]
Last year, during the Iron Route, I wrote a round up of the Best Christmas Markets in the World. This year, on Travel Europe High & Low, I bring you THE best Christmas Market of all time. As in, all the time I’ve spent in Christmas Markets this…
As a Londoner, you miss out on London at its polite and polished best. The London that would turn up to a job interview. The London you would take home to meet your parents. The side of London that tourists get to see…
It’s one of those days. My fingertips are racing across the keyboard, images of cinnamon, chilli spice and chocolate dance through my head and my notebook overfloweth with scribbles of what I have seen. Or, more accurately…
Fast forward to the close-set streets of Cartagena, in sticky, colourful Colombia and her words resurfaced after all these years…
At 3am I woke up. At 4am I gave up. For the last few hours, I’ve…
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