Posts tagged with tourism

  1. The Mother City

    20 Feb 2017

    I’ve worked in over 50 countries on every inhabited continent in the world. The journey has taken me about 8 years to complete and has led to countless of unforgettable adventures and experiences. Despite having seen most of the world’s most popular attractions, I was never able to name my…

  2. Edinburgh Guide

    20 Mar 2016

    Every time I visit Edinburgh, I consider moving there. It’s a magical city, one of Europe’s finest, so it was extremely gratifying seeing Expedia publish the guide that I filmed for them below I’ve also included some of my favourite images from the shoot.

  3. Gdansk

    25 Apr 2015

     Gdansk was the last city I visited as part of my Poland trip for Expedia and what a great way to end! Gdansk is an interesting mix of Amsterdam and Brugge with a slight Swedish influence on the architecture. It is a fascinating city, rich in stories, both ancient and…

  4. Poznan

    23 Apr 2015

    Poznan was the fourth Polish city I visited for Expedia after Warsaw, Krakow and Wroclaw. Unfortunately, I only had a short time to explore the city (half a day), but the time was enough to convince me that Poznan is a world class city, well worth visiting Interior of the…

  5. Wroclaw

    22 Apr 2015

    The Bishop’s Palace on Cathedral Island. Cathedral Island as viewed from the Cathedral Tower. The main bridge leading to Cathedral Island.  The bridge still has bullet holes from WWII. Students enjoying the view of the university from Student Island. There are hundreds of these gnomes spread throughout the city. The…

  6. Krakow

    21 Apr 2015

    I spent an incredible two weeks in Poland as part of a job for Expedia. After Warsaw, I got to visit Krakow, one of Europe’s best preserved medieval cities. As it turned out, it was the contemporary art, architecture and food scene that impressed me the most MOCA - contemporary…