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Iași: Romania’s cultural capital

My recent work trip to Iași saw me find a welcoming European city full of culture and pretty architecture.


Visiting Romania’s Iași: Not bad for a work trip…

When work told me I was going to visit Iași my first thought was, ‘I do that every night’.


Blog – Being a superhero in New Orleans

The superhero race in New Orleans raises money and awareness for abused children.


Seville – Side show and slideshow

The beautiful Spanish city of Seville doesn’t often have to play second fiddle to anything.


Amersfoort – An unlikely Dutch delight

The medieval city of Amersfoort may only be found 30 miles from Amsterdam, but you are unlikely to find a greater contrast.


Blog – Why I’m running a marathon in Seville

I suppose it shouldn’t be the world’s greatest surprise, considering how big a part travelling plays in my life generally, but I didn’t always plan to run my first marathon in Seville.


Kaitoke Park – Discovering Rivendell in New Zealand

‘Shadows had fallen in the valley below, but there was still a light on the faces of the mountains far above.


Lake Ashi – Volcanoes, mountains, paddy fields… and cats

Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park covers 1,227 square kilometres, so it’s going to be very hard to see the whole or even most of it.


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