FADED BEAUTY OF LISBON: Where Africa, South America & Europe converge
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FADED BEAUTY OF LISBON: Where Africa, South America & Europe converge

It’s Portugal. But roaming the streets of the capital city Lisbon floats me through traces of visible African heritage, characteristic cultural elements of Brazil merged with that distinctly European flavour. It’s an intriguing melange of eclectic, charming and faded glory. With a 5-century-old art history of creating beautifully decorative ceramic tiles, the foundations of which … Continue reading

#FriFotos #Secrets from around the world
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#FriFotos #Secrets from around the world

#Secrets – I love this #FriFotos theme. As world-travellers, we live to uncover and discover new and unusual secrets of any destination. Any nugget of information on the history of a place, little-known hangouts and different sights or views are the sorts of aspects that keep me scouring the globe with a fine-toothed comb. You’ll … Continue reading

BEDOUIN & I: DESERT DRIVING, VIRTUES OF CAMEL MILK & SHEESHA IN A TENT
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BEDOUIN & I: DESERT DRIVING, VIRTUES OF CAMEL MILK & SHEESHA IN A TENT

JORDAN’S BEDOUIN: Jordan‘s Bedouin people are great story-tellers! If you let them, they’re keen to help you experience their lands through their eyes – and I say, what better way? With a history of tribes and groups, living in tents and feeding from the land, the grounds of Jordan are etched deep under their skin and into … Continue reading