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Posts tagged "Travel"
+ Impressions from Casablanca

+ Impressions from Casablanca

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+ From Africa, With Love

+ From Africa, With Love

The African sun divides Casablanca. Even the mosque – towering four times the height of the urban scale – cannot escape shadow infringing on light. Leaving LA for New York to become An Architect, never did I expect to walk the streets below me. I look down on them from the twenty-eighth floor of the...
+ Lisbon By the Water

+ Lisbon By the Water

Every waterside city has a uniqueness that no one can really explain. Some attribute it to the fresh air, others to better food, some to a pace of life. It’s debatable, and a mystery that shall never be fully solved. So instead of a complex debate, here’s the first colours of a Portuguese lifestyle –...
+ Faces of Paris

+ Faces of Paris

Cat eyes peer out from a metro collage, Clément – bartend at Palais de Tokyo – serves up the classiest of cocktails and champagne, and Parc de Belleville is dotted with picnics. The one I share with Berlin-based artist Scott Elliott and fashionable friend Stephanie Eisenkolb is a classic – baguettes, fromage, champagne, et fraises....
+ An Introspective Letter From Lykavittos

+ An Introspective Letter From Lykavittos

Dear Friend, I undo the metal clasp of my rucksack and pull out a wad of paper. I spy the waiter bringing my second glass of ruby red just in time as I finish the first. He’s quite a skilled waiter; he keeps me from waiting. The aged whiteness of ancient Parthenon taints yellow and...
+ Istanbul from Above

+ Istanbul from Above

Leaving the morning fog, we spend the day above the streets of Istanbul from rooftop terraces of restaurants and bars. Yeni Raki, glasses of wine, Turkish coffee. A Bossa nova DJ and conversation on the whimsical nature of “gabe-style” moving. Toss the keys in and walk out? I say drain the glass, walk out into...
+ The Journeymen Style

+ The Journeymen Style

It’s a 7am flight. I queue up and wonder: What ever happened to the Golden Age of Travel? There was glory then in the journey itself, a celebrated experience answered by passengers with sartorial expressions. Airport halls, rail stations, and boat docks were the catwalks of the time. Journeymen understood that luggage, attire, comfort, and...
+ Augustiner to Warsaw

+ Augustiner to Warsaw

In honour of Germany’s AUGUSTINER BRÄU, faraway friends, the spirit of travelling, and last minute train rides.
+ how to arrive

+ how to arrive

If you have a copy of the latest Monocle Mag, you might have noticed that this season we’re encouraged to travel in style and comfort with smart accessories, some good luggage and an outfit that will take you all the way. While I always make it a point to travel in style, I do have...