Journal

10th June, 2012

Casa Mono, New York

Casa Mono, New York

After a morning of racing through the Metropolitan Museum of Art, ending the tour with a very poignant and intense exhibition, “Naked behind the Lens”, Mrs. E and I realised that our stomachs were demanding to be audience to an exhibition of their own, a culinary exhibition! Luckily her foresight had grabbed us a table […]

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28th February, 2012

Alkimia, Barcelona

Alkimia, Barcelona

The science of turning ordinary metals into gold has been a long and fabled tradition,  the various permutations of which stretch through the furthest reaches of philosophy, folklore, medicine and desire. Whilst humankind may kept the art of turning metal into gold solely in its philosophical premise, the art of creating magic, transforming ordinary elements […]

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27th September, 2011

Origins – Boqueria Market, Barcelona

Origins – Boqueria Market, Barcelona

One can only describe the city of Barcelona as vibrant. There is an excitement in the air at all times, the buzz of a city that is brimming with history and yet embracing the future effortlessly, a city of music, food, art, design, sun, sand and so much more it hugs you and doesn’t let […]

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12th September, 2011

Can Fabes, Barcelona

Can Fabes, Barcelona

The hopes, the dreams, The expectations I had, All the way ahead, and full of steam….. Stop right there! It could have carried on, the poetics, the romanticism, the seduction, but it didn´t. I was looking forward to writing dreamily about venturing an hour out of Barcelona into a little village to a 3 star […]

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12th September, 2011

Tickets, Barcelona

Tickets, Barcelona

I’ve always moaned and groaned and complained and just generally been grumpy about never having made it to El Bulli – well, the more realistic version of that is – never being able to make it to El Bulli as a result of being pipped to the post by almost everyone else. Then, just when […]

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