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by Pete Lawrence
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Created on 21 May 2016

Some of the best places to visit...

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Looking south from El CotilloAn afternoon of two halvesThe harbour at El CotilloFish out of waterAnother wave comes crashing inObserve the weather change as a front comes inThe beaches and lagoons north of El CotilloDramatic beaches a few km south of El Cotillo
16 Feb. 2016 by Pete Lawrence
I first made it to the Canaries in 2001 and ended up in Fuerteventura. After a little nosing around we gravitated towards a quiet fishing village which seemed quite different to the rest of the island, retaining a rustic charm and not dominated by tourism. Fifteen years on, very little has changed in El Cotillo and it remains a real gem of a place if you like spectacular nature, scenery, a small village with a few restaurants and bars and plenty of sunshine.
22 May. 2016 by Pete Lawrence
Braunston, the village I moved to in 2008 on the Northamptonshire and Warwickshire borders is full of surprises and delights, at all times of year..
21 May. 2016 by Pete Lawrence

Travelling around the world with an eye for the unexpected has been one of my greatest humble pleasures.. here I capture a few of those memorable occasions.

23 Aug. 2016 by Pete Lawrence

West Bay, Dorset, August 2016. 25 degrees. Summer has arrived late.

26 Nov. 2016 by Pete Lawrence

I vaguely remember visiting Mudeford on a family holiday as a three or four year old but don't remember much beyond a muddy beach (though this recollection may have become distorted in time and perhaps tainted by the place name associations).

1 Nov. 2016 by Pete Lawrence

"Sad, isn't it? Anything good eventually gets "discovered" and then the trendies descend in hordes, impose their lifestyles, and then wonder what went wrong.” Do you agree with this Guardian reader?

Sunday's Observer piece on Lisbon as the potential new tech capital is now approaching 30, 000 shares. Next week’s Web Summit event has nearly 50, 000 attendees and costs a modest €1, 245 at the cheapest delegate rate. Clearly, something is going on here.