Wherever I am in the world, one of my favourite pastimes is browsing the local markets, whether it’s a flea market in London, a souk in Morocco, or a small stall in Bolivia. Markets give you a real flavour of local culture, there is always a buzz of energy and so much to stir your senses.Read More
The people at EasyJet Holidays have launched an Inspiration Initiative, asking bloggers who, what, where and when inspired them to travel. Having read the fabulous posts by Kate of A Brit Abroad and Arianwen of Beyond Blighty on this topic, and looking forward to reading many more, I’m joining in with the fun. Inspiration is the very thing which fuels Starry-Eyed Travels, after all.Read More
Anabela Salvador George came up with the creative title ‘Geometric‘ for Riccardo’s photo, so that becomes the theme for this week.
Every now and again, it’s good to take stock and reflect on things. On the brink of an as-yet-unbooked but planned out 4-5 month adventure in South America, this seems like as good a time as any to look back on the travels I’ve already been on. It’s also a time to be realistic, my head is full of dreams and ideals that I need to get my feet back on the ground and remember what it is really like when things don’t entirely go to plan. Here are three snapshots of my travel past – not the most dazzling or exciting moments perhaps, but just ones that, for one reason or another, stick in my mind.Read More