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About me

I'm a freelance travel writer from Middlesbrough interested in Spain, Portugal, luxury hotels, trains and slow travel.

Before I lived in Seville, I attempted to live in Barcelona for three summers on the trot in my twenties. I also spent a few weeks in a yoga community in Andalusia's gorgeous Grazalema natural park. Although I'm London-based (for now), I still visit Spain and Portugal for a few weeks/ months a year.

When I'm on the road, I tend to spend at least a month in a place to get to know it more intimately – staying in posh hotels I could never afford, eating street food and drinking in spit-and-sawdust bars. The areas I know best include Seville, Granada, Jerez, Cádiz, Tarifa, Barcelona, Chicago, Porto, Lisbon, Madeira and Newcastle.

I've written first-person narrative features, roundups, hotel reviews, city guides, food stories and profile pieces for various outlets, including The Guardian, Condé Nast Traveller, Time Out, BA High Life and the I also edit the travel section for The London Economic part-time.

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