Postcards from a solo adventure traveler…
For decade, visions of abundant game roaming across open plains punctuated by flat-topped acacias, proud Maasai in crimson robes minding their cattle in the distance have turned the Amboseli National Park into one of Kenya’s most iconic safari destination
The first Roman road built in Gaul, Via Domitia left along its route through the Languedoc coastal plain a wealth of ancient treasures to be discovered at leisure.
Considered the most Roman city outside of Italy, the southern French city of Nîmes is a showcase of some of the best preserved vestiges of the Roman Empire to be found anywhere.
Summering in Provence – Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Foundation. From Manet to Picasso: The Thannhauser Collection at the Hôtel de Caumont-Art Center.
Tucked into the southwestern corner of Germany, with the Black Forest at the very gates of the city, Freiburg-im-Breisgau is the stuff medieval fairytales are made of.
Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany and one of the busiest seaport in Europe, has been a powerhouse of international trade since the early days of the medieval Hanseatic League. Today this dynamic city steeped in tradition is at the forefront of modernity.
In Bordeaux, the city at very heart of one of the oldest and most revered winemaking regions in the world, the recently opened Cité du Vin takes visitors on a journey of discovery of the varied vineyards and wine cultures on the planet.
Ravaged three centuries ago by a major volcanic eruption, the arid, windswept Spanish island of Lanzarote, off the coast of western Africa, didn’t seem conducive to wine-growing. Yet its inhabitants have managed to create thriving vineyards by shaping a unique landscape of tiny craters of black volcanic ash, each planted with a vine.
The easternmost island of the the Canaries Archipelago, Lanzarote owes its unique personality to two major influences: the longest volcanic eruption in recorded history and the island’s favorite son, the artist and environmentalist César Manrique.
Antoni Gaudi, the leading architect of Catalan Modernism, is all but synonymous with Barcelona. Admired worldwide, his buildings are the most visited tourist attractions in the city.
Barcelona is said to have the most restaurants and bars per capita in Europe. Discovering memorable ones is a fun exercise for food conscious visitors.
Barcelona has everything that is most captivating about Mediterranean cities: two millennia of rich history, amazing architecture, endless sunshine and irresistible food.
French Polynesia’s Society Islands have attracted visitors ever since English explorer Captain James Cook first landed on the shores of Tahiti in 1769. But it is 20th century cinema that revealed Bora Bora and Mo’orea as the most romantic islands in the world.
I was barely in my teens when travel became a driving force in my life. Now as a travel writer and photographer, I have visited over 45 countries in some of the most photogenic corners of the planet, taking tens of thousands of pictures along the way. With my work, I thrive to capture the natural and cultural uniqueness of each area I visit. Get to know me better…