Kreuzburg and Neukölln are not only aggressively left-wing, but they're districts that are incredibly angry about what they're becoming.
Hidden away in the tropical Old Town of Split, the basement of Diocletian's Palace conceals a labyrinth of secret corridors all the way back from antiquity. The dark corridors were originally built as the foundations for an emperor's lavish getaway-on-the-coast in the 4th Century, but today you'll find tour guides pacing this network of underground... Continue Reading →
Going travelling with your friends for the first time is an immensely exciting prospect. This means that there's a lot of pressure on you to make your trip the most memorable journey of all time. Sadly, this often results in a crammed itinerary and a group of pissy backpackers. For many young people, an interrailing... Continue Reading →
I'm gonna start a new series featuring my favourites across photography, film, food, literature and literally anything else that I find aesthetic/fun across the month. If I see it and it makes me think that's really cool, it's probably going to find its way in here. Hopefully there are some gems waiting along the way. Kalinka... Continue Reading →
You're a student and you're considering going to Munich. Sounds to me like you've got your priorities straight. Munich will not disappoint. Not just a stop off point en route to Berlin, it's a great city in its own right. I visited Munich for the first time on one of my two of interrailing trips... Continue Reading →
Kraków moved me in a way that is yet to be matched by any other European city. Given the tragic story of Kraków's treatment during modern history, this is a city that is most definitely looking to get back on its feet. Its working class resilience is beginning to break through once again, but Kraków... Continue Reading →
So. I've decided to start a new blog to talk about the things I care most about: travel, books and film. Admittedly, at the moment I haven't really got much of an idea of where I'm taking it; hopefully just by giving myself a platform this project can take on a life of its own.... Continue Reading →