Forget travel delays and suitcases, this holiday is all about home comforts and making the most of a very strange year.
I'm not afraid of flying. It's not one of the experiences I enjoy the most, but it's far from pleasant. I love the hustle and bustle, and the anticipation of airport departures. I love people-watching and wondering where they're going, where they've come from and all the stories in between.But when I'm flying, I don't... Continue Reading →
We all travel for different reasons. This year, the need to travel was far more acute, and somehow felt more necessary than it had done before. It wasn’t about sightseeing, or self-discovery or anything grand. As cliché as it sounds, it was just about escaping. About leaving the trickling hourglass behind and fulfilling some of... Continue Reading →
Sometimes, inspiration is obvious. Other times, you have to go looking for it. In Seville during perhaps the hottest week of the year, I went looking for it. The city of Seville in Spain is one of history and contrast. The streets are filled with glorious buildings that range from gigantic, spiralling Gothic cathedrals to... Continue Reading →
So here we are, 2018 has been and gone in an incredibly short space of time. Both artistically and personally it was quite an eventful year, as I spent the first half of it planning for my upcoming wedding. It was a year of great chance and growth, and between getting married there was travelling... Continue Reading →
We rarely get to travel as much as we’d like, and even rarer still is being at our own liberty to decide on when to travel. Affordable flights, availability of accommodation, working hours and other commitments can all us from being able to travel where and when we want. I’ve typically travelled during the summer... Continue Reading →
Autumn is definitely my favourite season. There's so much potential in the colours, and everything's so fleeting. There's that beautiful moment of calm before Winter sets in. In Malta, Autumn doesn't really exist. The trees have no need to shed their leaves to protect their chlorophyll from frost (the temperature very rarely drops below 5... Continue Reading →
Different creative types travel differently. A photographer might need to stop at very bridge and cathedral, a performer might need to visit the opera or the theatre. If you’re a foodie blogger, then of course you need eateries. This week’s post is a little different, as this is a joint blog post written by myself... Continue Reading →