Travel experiences of two wandering hippies. Art seen and doodles inspired. Rambles on politics.
Travel Illustrations
Cancun

Cancun

We went through Cancun on our way to the US. Go-go-girls, stag parties of young Americans, wet t-shirt competitions, people offering just about anything for money- including having your photo taken with wild animals (someone actually had a lion cub out on the sidewalk in the busy drinking-spot). All of that excess combined with a...
Caracas illustrated

Caracas illustrated

The capital of Venezuela is an amazing concrete jungle, and I say jungle because there is something very wild about it . The constant beeping and clouds of exhaust from the cars, mixed with people and street sellers, stray dogs and socialist posters, makes for an interesting ant farm framed by the square static architecture...
Kuna Woman

Kuna Woman

The Kuna people are an indigenous tribe that live in Panamá and parts of Colombia. The women wear traditional brightly coloured dresses and blouses with panels of intricate textile patterns. During our time in Puerto Obaldia we first saw these nicely dressed and decorated ladies as they came into town to sell fruit and veg....
Sunset over Gibara

Sunset over Gibara

Sunset over the little village Gibara in Cuba.      
Londoners

Londoners

This illustration was made after our last visit to London. This was the first time in about three years that I had been back to London and during that time I had been living in a small town in the south of Spain. So the return to the huge, busy, multi-cultural, multi-coloured, multi-everything was a...
Rooster man in Trinidad

Rooster man in Trinidad

Trinidad is one of the most visited places in Cuba, after Havana. It is famous for its colonial splendor and it is one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites. So the tourists flock in, and so the people of Trinidad flock in to service and sell to those tourists. The result was that the place felt...