Travel & Place

Travel that is off the beaten path, exploring other cultures, customs and rituals. From Europe’s cities to the far flung corners of the earth.
City Landscapes

Approaching Venice by boat from far out to seaward of the lagoon, those

4 years ago
A Morning in a Caf

On our street, there are many cafs. Some are independents, some are

4 years ago
Trieste

Trieste is a port city in the north east of Italy, tucked deeply in to a

4 years ago
Vancouver City Guide

Vancouver is an ever-growing scene of cafs, restaurants and cultural

4 years ago
Margate

Tides are great seducers. High, and the coast seems an impregnable fortress.

4 years ago
Ikat Weaving | Indonesia

Jessica Adams is a Product Developer at TOAST and a weaver. Here she talks of

4 years ago
Milan | A City of Two Faces

Milan is a city with two faces. On the surface it looks grittily industrial,

4 years ago
Lisbon | Old & New

Lisbon is made of hills. Seven of them, all at a sharp 45-degree incline. A

5 years ago
We Walk Through The City

We walk through the city. We walk on tarmac, on paving stones, on moving metal

5 years ago
In The High Places

Rob and I have been walking for nine days from the nearest road to get to

5 years ago
Winter in Berlin

I was recently asked by TOAST to document my thoughts on Berlin during winter.

5 years ago
ISTANBUL

Istanbul is perfect; Istanbul is inimitable and unforgettable and beguiling and

5 years ago
A DAY IN CAMBRIDGE

To celebrate our Cambridge store opening we invited textile designer &

5 years ago
The Road To The Isles

The winding A830 road in the western Highlands of Scotland is followed by a

5 years ago
BREBLOG

As the referendum axe falls, and Britain falls to pieces, we are in the

5 years ago
The Ochre Trail

I visited Provence, for the first time, in April. My boyfriend and I stayed in

6 years ago
THE LAST MAIL SHIP

Travel authorand biographer Sara Wheeler boards one of the last working mail

6 years ago
Life In Hay-On-Wye

In the lead up to Hay-on-Wye's annual literary festival we spoke to travel

6 years ago
The Marble Palace | Calcutta

Amidst thebusy streetsof Calcutta the traveller and writer, Rohini Wahi,

6 years ago
ABANDONED SPACES

There is something deeply fascinating yet unnerving about stepping into an

6 years ago
HAY MADE / BY HORATIO CLARE

Today is the start of Hay Festival, bringing together great writers and

7 years ago
Everyday Epiphanies - Umbra Summus

I remember the strange day we moved into the new house. It was like walking

7 years ago
SPIRIT OF PLACE / HASTINGS

It was lovely waking up in the Hastings B'n'B for my girlfriend's birthday, in

7 years ago
INTERVIEW - ARCHITECT DIMITRIS ZOGRAPHOS

Symi has been designated a national monument for its exceptional architecture.

7 years ago