I’ve been a bit slow writing a blog about the US. I will blame this on several factors. First is my natural inclination to sloth. But secondly its awesome and I’ve been too busy soaking it in. Link to this post!Continue Reading... 3 Comments.
Mexico City, known as DF to the locals, is Mexico’s sprawling mass of a city, choked with people but I actually chose a pretty good time to visit Mexico City, over the Easter Weekend when much of the city empties out as Mexicans head for the beach. Still I got a brief glimpse of its […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Nagasaki and Hiroshima share the rather dubious honour of being the only places to see nuclear weapons used in anger against them, but they are actually two very different places with little else in common. Link to this post!Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Hong Kong’s Railway Museum is small, and lets get one thing straight. It is not romantic. But this, and the fact Hong Kong must have a million other better backdrops (beaches, the city skyline, beautiful natural scenery) does not seem to stopped it becoming a popular spot for wedding photos… I’ve commented before on the strange […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Just a quick post this time, feels like a while since I have last blogged. Will hopefully get back into more of a habit soon! This post is about the Zeppelin Museum in Friederichshafen in southern Germany on the coast of Lake Constance. Zeppelin as in airships. It is not a Led Zeppelin museum. I […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
No, the nightmare is not the prospect that I have successfully cloned myself… The night train down to Munich on Saturday night was uneventful, although again the party train I’d been hoping for failed to materialise. Arriving early on Sunday, I dumped my bags at the hostel and went off to kill some time before […]Continue Reading... No Comments.