Hitchhiking the Silver, Grey and White The Tian Shan mountain range turns into the Pamirs then the Karakoram and eventually the Himalayas resulting in a great wall of Ice and Rock. Seperating the vast steppes and Khanates of Central Asia and the desert expanses of western China. This geological rampart closes even its smallest gaps […]
A constant little reminder of our time in Thailand where you can find trinkets upon trinkets.
A Trip to Flea Market in Azrou Entering the souk is daunting for me, it wreaks of bad deals and spending excessive money for trinkets, Laura on the other hand has a knack of coming out with enough furniture to fit out a grand palace and seemingly had enough for it all from the change […]
When most people think of Morocco, the first thing that comes to mind is Saharan dunes or winding medinas or Rick’s Cafe. But Morocco is a place of thousand landscapes. We travelled up to Azrou in the Middle Atlas Mountains to find our carpet. The Berbers that live in these parts have for time immemorial […]