Urban Travel Blog

Author: Josh Ferry Woodard

Josh Ferry Woodard is a freelance travel writer based in London. You can find his work on sites such as Reader's Digest, Huffington Post, Roads & Kingdoms, Slate, Paste, Spotted By Locals & many more.

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Majestic mosaics, mighty aqueducts and ruined temples under the relentless African sun… Josh Ferry Woodard reports from the UNESCO World Heritage site of Volubilis in Morocco. Many Roman emperors wanted to “penetrate the Atlas” but Volubilis was as far as they got. This dramatic ancient Roman ruin site set on…

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Passing through Casablanca first, Josh Ferry Woodard journeys on to Morocco’s capital, Rabat, where he gets an eye-opening and “spirited” tour of the ancient Kasbah district… My Moroccan adventure began in Marrakech. But not in the convoluted back alleys of the Medina where snails are boiled in cauldrons, oranges are pulverised…

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The South Bank of the River Thames earned its reputation as an entertainment district back in the Middle Ages when Londoners used to swarm here to enjoy unlicensed theatre performances, as well as more ribald activities such as prostitution and bear-baiting...

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It was in Camden's Electric Ballroom venue that Sid Vicious gave his now infamous "Sid Sods Off" concert to raise money for his and Nancy's flights to the US, although that's not the only reason...