Penang’s George Town is full of heritage buildings many with beautiful window shutters. Don’t forget to look up when walking around the UNESCO-listed town.
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Black Dragon Pool is one of Lijiang’s (and Yunnan’s) most dramatic sites. It gets busy, so to avoid the crowds, late afternoon is the best time to visit.
Getting to view Valletta’s St. Paul’s Pro-Cathedral from within the city itself is a tricky thing. It disappears from sight among the maze of backstreets.
Photographs of pre-civil war Syria. In the autumn of 2005, six years before the start of the civil war, I spent ten days travelling around Syria.
A photo essay featuring images that capture the beauty of Ladakh, one of India’s most photogenic regions, in the heart of Himalayas.
Our three-week road trip through Morocco took us from Essaouira on the Atlantic to Tangier, the country’s northern tip. Impressions of Morocco with photos.
Our overall impressions of Romania mean it is the country in Europe we want to revisit more than any othe. Read our highlights of Romania here.
Also known as Chaouen or Xauen, Chefchaouen’s main attraction is its blue houses. For keen photographers, it’s an essential stop on any Moroccan itinerary.
Amazing images of Tibet: photographs of an incredible country with colourful prayer flags, stunning scenery and photogenic and friendly people.
Visiting the leather tanneries is a highlight of a trip to Fez in Morocco. For the best views, you need to enter one of leather stores that surrounded them.
A photo essay of London featuring classic images, Brutalist architecture, lots of concrete, street art and quirky stuff. Imaginative photos of London, UK.
2016 travel review: a roundup of the countries we travelled to in 2016, 2016 travel highlights and a lot of wanderlusty photographs with links to articles.