Sometimes to travel, is to be still. To sit with yourself for long enough and arrive to a mental destination that you can recognise as home. I have always assumed that travelling feels so wonderful because you are in motion. Moving away from one destination and towards another, filled with the sadness of leaving something… Continue reading Metanoia


The Many Faces of Marseille

A city of contrast, controversy, colour, calamity, carnality and culture.   When you first descend the grand staircase of Gare de Marseille St Charles, it is as if you leave behind the concept of security and order and fall into the dog eat dog, every man for himself mode of survival. Your obvious novelty means that… Continue reading The Many Faces of Marseille