• India
  • Food in Rishikesh

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    So, I missed out on mango season, but there was still so much delicious fruit available to buy in the streets of Rishikesh! Chai is a daily necessity and sampling local street food is a must. Unfortunately I didn’t take note of exactly what everything is called, but I tried just about all of it! Here’s a feast […]

  • India
  • Faces of Rishikesh

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    In March I went to Rishikesh in the north of India to do a 200 hour yoga teachers training course at Rishikesh Yog Peeth. I took my camera with me of course and took some time to practise some portraiture. My photography style is usually quite sneaky and un-intrusive so it was good for me to practise […]

  • Spain
  • Los Cristianos

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    If you arrive at Tenerife via ferry, you’ll be familiar with the touristy town of Los Cristianos. This town used to have such a small population that they couldn’t afford a castle or fort and so they were continuously raided by pirates, keeping the population down. A lot has changed in the last few hundred years as industries […]

  • Spain
  • La Gomera

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    For a about a week, I worked remotely on the island of La Gomera at a little place in a barranco called La Mangita. I had a little apartment to myself with views over the valley, mountains, trees and the cliffs from my balcony. To maximise my daylight hours, I woke up at sunrise and […]

  • Spain
  • Playa Neuva, La Palma

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    Apparently the other name for this brand new beach is Echentive Beach. The beach was formed after the 1971 eruption of Mount Teneguía and that’s what makes it, along with many of the rocks there just about fifty years old. You can access the beach quite easily by trail or car, and the drive is really […]