Posts by: Andy

As we stepped out from the Rio Art Guesthouse into a cold and blustery March night, my hair was still wet and I hadn’t had time to put lipstick on. This had better be worth it, I muttered…

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Around 800m (2,600ft) below us, the artist’s lake of Hintersee shimmers like a fallen piece of sky in the midst of the pine forest at the foot of the Lattengebirge mountains…

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A chic boutique hotel with a Michelin starred restaurant, set at the rear of the lovely Plage La Roya in the Gulf of St Florent in northern Corsica.

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Almost two hours into our voyage, I notice what looks like an iceberg floating off the starboard bow in the distance. Before long, the sea has become more iceberg than open water, a floating gallery of fantastical shapes…

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This evening we’ll join the ranks of visitors strolling the promenade alongside the yachts before choosing a table at one of the restaurants along Rue Clemenceau. But for now, we’re happy to enjoy another side to Calvi, one that most visitors will probably never see…

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The simple wooden crosses, barely visible within the dense undergrowth, are now the destination for tourist boat excursions and a morbid reminder of the price paid to establish an outpost in this remote and inhospitable region of southern Chile…

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Looking back towards Agnes, her profile is suddenly there… Crouching beneath the sodden boughs of a tree, Jack manages to take the shot…

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Hitler presented this face of beauty and tranquillity to his diplomatic visitors in a venue as spectacularly picturesque as the plans that were being hatched beneath its façade, were grotesque.

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