Tag Archives: Postcards

Postcards from the city at the edge of the island.

This place is ancient. Countless generations lived here; even more passed through. Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans. Then Vandals, Goths, the Byzantines, Arabs, Normans, Spaniards. Germans and the Allied forces. All left a piece, a memento of their passage. This is … Continue reading

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Northerly dispatches – where beauty is plentiful

One of the aspects that struck me the most of Bergen was how, just by turning a corner, magnificient views or unexpected panoramas would appear before my eyes. They weren’t by any means signed as “belvedere”, there weren’t any souvenir … Continue reading

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Postcards from Tokyo

“…we’ll wait a little for a signal to turn green before entering Earl’s Court station, apologies for the inconvenience” the voice on the tannoy said to a chorus of groans, moans and a choreography of rolling eyes. Framed in a … Continue reading

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