Five Trips Around The Sun

On 23rd of November 2009 I boarded a plane in Copenhagen bound for Bangkok. I had spent the previous 4 months selling my flat, my furniture and just about everything … Read More

On Moroccan Time

Morocco. The very name of the country always had a mythical meaning for me. Deserts meet mountains in North Africa. Pictures of Tuareg nomads riding in the sand instantly flicker … Read More

The Beats of Dean’s Bar

Tennessee Williams, William S. Burroughs, Ian Fleming and Jane Bowles often drank here. A retreat for writers and drinkers back when Tangier was a place where anything went. “Debauchery and … Read More

The Medina of Fes

The ancient cobbled streets of the Medina in Fes, Morocco, with it’s whirlwind of people, scooters, wheel barrows and donkey carts running up and down narrow streets, is a fascinating … Read More

Quiet Beat of Tangier

Quiet. Not a word I thought I would ever use to describe the infamous city of Tangier, Morocco. Yet apart from a nearby fountain where carpets and clothes are washed … Read More