Category Archives: Travel Writing

A Citybreak to Berlin, or the Politics of Language

  “Of all social institutions language is least amenable to initiative. It blends with the life of society, and the latter, inert by nature, is a prime conservative force.” – Ferdinand de Saussure On a recent citybreak to Berlin, I … Continue reading

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The Nightlife of Hangzhou

Click on the banner above for a link to my brand new travel guide to the nightlife of Hangzhou, China. I’m really excited to have this finally up as it’s an article I’ve been meaning to write for a long … Continue reading

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‘A Conversation with a Chai-wallah’ – Is development always a positive thing?

This post is also on my human rights/development blog, but I’ve also archived it here in the travel section because it looks at social development through a travel experience. Manesar, 25, is a ‘chai-wallah’ (tea seller). He has spent the … Continue reading

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A Real Chinese Buffet

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This is a short feature article about the month I spent in China in 2010. View the original article here: http://www.theyorkling.co.uk/.

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Discover India

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This is an archive of all the writing I did while I interned at ‘Discover India’ magazine – where full pages are included, I wrote all the articles on the page.                                                                                                                                    … Continue reading

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