Florida Nostalgia. The summers of 1989, 1991, 1994. Hey folks, I’m gonna try something different today. In fact, this is is not your usual programming. After eight instalments documenting my U.S. travel nostalgia, I found myself tempted by the prospect of concluding the series with a piece that goes even further back. Now when I say […]Read More
Iowa Nostalgia. May 2012. I think I can state, as an absolute fact, that I would never have gone to Iowa if it hadn’t been for Bill and Mary. Forgive me for being a touch hokey, but they really are wonderful people. Salt of the earth types if you will. We met in Slovakia back […]Read More
Memphis Nostalgia. May 2007 & May 2009. It felt good to finally get out of the damn car. Ok, the journey from Nashville had only actually taken four hours. But hey, I’d never enjoyed car journeys. Plus I was simply itching to get to grips with Memphis. Stretching my legs and taking in my surroundings, I remember […]Read More
Nashville Nostalgia. May 2007 & May 2009. The American city of Nashville had never been on my radar. And it almost certainly never would have been, had I not befriended a guy called Jon who hailed from Music City. I met Jon in Bratislava way back in the summer of 2002 when we began working […]Read More
New York City Nostalgia. May 2007 & October 2012. When people ask me about my most magical travel experiences, I still think of New York City. When I say magical, I’m talking about a genuine sense of awe that at times felt almost overwhelming. A big part of it was context, of course. In May […]Read More
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