A Touch of Budapest

Exploring Budapest is a very easy activity, the city is very walk-able and offers a fantastic metro.

Budapest was an amazing experience, it felt such an innocent and special place. It was a calm place and where you can go to relax and feel relaxed.

Visiting the Fatherland, Wales

It was great to be back in sunny Wales and it’s golden capital, Cardiff!

Please come and explore the best city in Wales!

Joseph Bau House

The Joseph Bau House tells the story of a leading Israeli artist, Joseph Bau’s whose creativity spans animation, graphs, movies and painting.

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This awesome gallery is worthy of a visit.

Joseph Bau House

Joseph Bau by The Guardian

 

 

Exploring Jerusalem

Was great to be back in Jerusalem, I lived in the city when I worked at The Jerusalem Post.

It was awesome to be back, I love this city so much, it’s like my second or third home.. depends how you look at i

Brummie, goes to Brum!

Exploring my hometown..Birmingham!

Floating towards Israel

Flying into Israel is so magical,

My sweet Paris!

Works from Israel

During my travels in Israel, I came across these works in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. I took them more for remembering the moment, than the name (which I regret) but I found these works, thought provoking and motivational.

What do you think of them?

BANGKOK China Town

Bangkok’s ChinaTown is a very popular hotspot for visitors to the city, the food, the shops are the calling point for people who flock to ChinaTown to explore the vibrant and lively streets.

It’s well worth a trip!

For the top 10 things – check here

300 ซอย เยาวราช 6 Yaowarat Rd, Samphanthawong, Bangkok 10100 태국

WAT PHO in Bangkok

The journey was amazing, the inspiration drawn from the experience immense.

Wat Pho, the Buddhist Temple complex is just south of the Grand Palace and is famous for the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. It was rebuilt by King Rama 1, then expanded and renovated by Rama III.

It is home to the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand.