Trapped in the Jewish Quarter (Marrakech – Travel Story)

Moroccan cities and their markets, like many across North Africa and the Middle East, are notoriously difficult to navigate without receiving unwanted attention. Failing that – on the off-chance you’d be lucky enough to meander through without a trader blocking your path – they are tricky to navigate, full stop. Moroccan soukhs are almost, by … More Trapped in the Jewish Quarter (Marrakech – Travel Story)

Where you shouldn’t ride a camel in Morocco (Travel Story)

Las Palmerais. Look at that. I mean, once you’re over the confusion of how to pronounce it (or if you’ve ignored that element altogether), it still looks and sounds like a mighty fine word. French rather than Arabic, the word might be tinged with a hint of colonialism, but it’s still impressive. Add to that … More Where you shouldn’t ride a camel in Morocco (Travel Story)

Plunging into the Medina (Morocco – Travel Story)

The day it all began was a long one. It was a day of travelling, dehydration and sporadic helpings of unsatisfying food, rounded off by a double whammy – a climate and culture shock – at the end. We exited the airport into dense, sticky humidity. It was an especially hot evening for Marrakech, which … More Plunging into the Medina (Morocco – Travel Story)

Copenhagen #CitySnapshot

What: Denmark’s relaxed, artsy and excitingly cultural capital. Where: West of Denmark, so close to Sweden that the two are joined by a bridge (big bridge, mind you). Top-Notch: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Danish National Museum and Gallery, Christiansborg Palace, Rosenborg Palace, Christiania (free town district), Street Food Copenhagen, Mikkeller bars, the trendy Vesterbro … More Copenhagen #CitySnapshot