A reflection on food as a symbol of identity. Focusing on Kebabs as a legacy of the Turkish Gastarbeiter in Germany. With a comparison to the UK’s current situation with the Windrush Generation.Read More Kebabs: A legacy of migration
Nothing shouts holiday than a tranquil waterfall as the background for your sun-kissed shots. However, tourists trampling over the paths cause
footfall erosion and damage to plants. Vintgar Gorge has managed to solve this problem.
Summer road trips are for blasting out tunes from your car and praying that your Croatian sat-nav is taking you in the correct direction (surprising how frequently that is not the case). When seeing Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Montenegro, experiencing a forest fire was not on the holiday bucket list. Whilst driving from Bosnia […]Read More Burn baby burn: Balkan Forest Fires
This week saw the UK battling with weather enviable by Siberia. Thousands of schools were closed, crashes killed many and social media was inundated with snowy snaps. Check it out here to find out why?Read More Snow days and delays: The Beast From The East
Whilst trekking along the Montenegro coastline, I stumbled across some cliffs that were tilted into the sea, looking dangerously unbalanced. These were cliffs with landward dipping bedding planes and are actually very resistant to erosion. Read on to find out why.Read More Lopsided Cliffs that Reduce Coastal Erosion
Within Copenhagen exists a small hippy commune, Christiania. Although physical boundaries do not exist to separate Christiania from the rest of Copenhagen, there is a clear social border. Here we explore Christiania through the geographical lens of Borders, Meetings and Flows.Read More Cannabis in Copenhagen:
A welcome to the blog, with a short introduction to its purpose and its author.Read More Geogra-FREE