Monthly Archives: April 2018

Egypt – New ‘Pester’ Fines (30.04.18)

This week the Egyptian government clamped down on what many visitors regard as unbearably persistent hassling fromView full post »

People of Cuba (20.04.18)

Multi-ethnic, stoic and vibrant, the Cuban people experienced another moment in their history this week. TheirView full post »

Japan – Art Through the Ages (15.04.18)

While any visitor to Japan will delight in all things modern and eccentric, one of the traditional pleasures of a visitView full post »

Drones – Love or Loath? (08.04.18)

The use of drone photography has exploded in recent years, but it is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, the travelView full post »

Semana Santa, Holy Week – Antigua, Guatemala (02.04.18)

In the Guatemalan central highlands town of Antigua, Holy Week has been celebrated for nearly five hundred years, everView full post »