Kerry is a Cape Town girl, photographer, traveller, writer, food lover, and dog-walker. Currently based in Ericeira, Portugal, but also occasionally found in South Africa. Her 3 favourite activities in the world are travelling, eating and photographing, in no particular order. Her life´s goal is to do as much of these 3 things as she possibly can, preferably all at the same time.
The quirky and queer queen of Britannia with her small-town vibe, sloping pebble beaches and cultural vitality, Brighton is the gaycation destination of dreams. To access this content, you must purchase City Guides subscription.
Dubrovnik makes for a breath-taking first impression and it´s not for nothing that it´s considered to be one of the world’s most beautiful walled cities. It’s little wonder that the period-fantasy series “Game of Thrones” was filmed here. To access this content, you must purchase City Guides subscription.
Meet Portugal´s Capital of the North, the unique and enigmatic Porto, a merchant city often foolishly overlooked in favour of Lisbon and the Algarve, packed with unique and undiscovered charms. To access this content, you must purchase City Guides subscription.
Portugal has a rich seafaring heritage and Lisbon, the city that launched countless ships throughout the Age of Exploration, has a culinary legacy influenced by these travels.
A seaside town famous for the annual appearance of Southern Right whales in the bay, Hermanus is the beloved weekend getaway for the well-heeled Cape Town crowd.
If you could capture the essence of Croatia and put it in a bottle, it would smell like pine forest and fig trees, taste like olive oil and wild flower honey and be as blue as the sky and iridescent as the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic.
For gentlemen who value freshly roasted beans or a truly good espresso, this is our pick of the best artisan coffee shops in Cape Town.
The modern bridges and glass-clad skyscrapers, the manicured green spaces along the winding river, and the narrow medieval streets of the old town somehow manage to blend effortlessly together and define the many personalities of Bilbao.
The Extremadura region is a humble, hard-working place with a long and proud history of agriculture and the local gastronomy reflects these origins: simple flavours prepared rustically, in generous proportions and with top quality ingredients.
Iceland is a wild, beautiful place of unpronounceable words, breath-taking landscapes and lots of horses. It is very much a land of extremes; fire and ice, black and white, ancient and modern.
Set against the snow-capped peaks of the Alps and steep mountain cliffs, the Italian Lakes have always been the playground of the rich and famous, and their crystal waters, quaint towns and breath-taking vistas continue to capture our imaginations.
San Sebastián has long been on the list of gastronomic greatness, and it´s not for nothing that some of the worlds best restaurants are to be found here.
Slovenia is one of the best countries in Europe for eco-tourism; a nature lovers’ paradise with much of her landscape untouched and pristine.
Evoking imagery of leather-faced fishermen, sun-baked coastlines, vineyards and prickly pears, Sicily has always been a place that captures the imagination.
For those of you with a love of vast landscapes, amazing vistas and medieval architecture, there is a series of small villages along the Spanish-Portuguese border that are well worth exploring.
The Azores are a series of nine volcanic islands created at different times throughout history, each one individual and unique. From the sky, they are a string of shining green jewels set in the deep blue Atlantic, their highest peaks often crowned in clouds.
Portugal’s south-west coast between Alentejo and the Algarve, locally known as the Costa Vicentina, is one of the country’s last truly wild stretches of seaside.
The Ionian Islands, like a string of emerald jewels scattered along the west coast of Greece, are a lush and verdant chain of islands, dense and overgrown with olive, cypress, fig and pomegranate.
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