My visit to the smallest of the UN countries was a wash out…
A return to Zurich, and a first visit to Bern.
Another climbing-inspired trip to Switzerland, this time for the World Championships.
More from the metro, and a few above-ground sights too.
I couldn’t resist the opportunity for one more night on a 747 – even if it wouldn’t take me anywhere!
Exploring the world’s longest art gallery – Stockholm’s metro.
An unusual return to Sweden, exploring a series of tunnels and tubes in Stockholm.
An art-heavy return to Norway’s capital.
The chance to join Norse Atlantic’s first flight from London to Oslo seemed an ideal excuse to revisit one of my favourite countries.
Highlights from an April visit to Meiringen – when the Aareschlucht partially reopens after winter.
Reviving a travel plan from 2020, I headed to Switzerland for the first bouldering world cup of the season.
Photos from my explorations by train and tram.
Keen to fly, but not to navigate the cost and complexity of COVID rules, I made my way to a relatively obscure part of Britain (but not the UK): the Isle of Man.
Uncooperative schedules and living outside London meant a four flight round trip to Malta – involving four different airlines and four different countries!
Photos from a winter visit to Malta: Valletta, Mdina, the three cities and around golden bay.
A pile of bonus avios gave me an excuse for one last trip abroad – returning to Malta for a dose of winter sun and a nostalgic wander around some favourite spots.
Adding to Valencia’s architectural charms, an impressive array of street art.
Although I was visiting Valencia for mathematical reasons, it turned out to be an architectural photography playground.
The EURO conference series lead me to Valencia, Spain, where despite a busy schedule of talks and unforgiving heat I was able to fit in a bit of sightseeing.
Mostly architectural shots, but a smattering of street art too from our most recent visit.