97 Days Adrift in Europe (part 14) Dubrovnik – of Wailing Walls & Howling Trains

As you head south the trains head south too. Slower, rattlier, fuller. The reclining seats, the speed, the power sockets all disappear. The restaurant car feels like a bit of an old 1950s film with the red velvet seats and the full meals for less than $10. The south of Hungary and the north of Croatia are emptier and older. We pass the rail yards at slug speed. They are populated, in the rain, with old fat freight cars looking like something out of star wars.

97 Days Adrift in Europe (Part 7) – Scribblings from a Trip

Travel can move you. It gives you time and space if you travel "well". And by that I mean slowly, taking time, taking in space, people, places, culture. For me, if done well, it is a time of contemplation, away from the day to day pressures, the lists, the obligations. It's a time to think,... Continue Reading →

Worldwide – Busking, street performance, music, dance

To see the videos full size please select full screen mode as the table format prevents the videos opening directly to full size Florence buskers, Artists in the Wind in Calimala Street Florence Street busker performs Edith Piaf's "Je ne regrette rien" Rome: The Cocktail Band performs near Trajan's Column Korean street performers for charity supporting... Continue Reading →

Europe 2017 (Episode 5): The Black Sea, the Beach and the Bosphorus

But if you want a cultural experience utterly foreign to the average Australian then accept an invitation to a popular city beach or swimming spot near a major population. This is, to the average Australian beachgoer, as instant coffee is to the Australian coffee snob or as a British national park is to an Australian wilderness area.

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