Roger Williams is a London-based journalist and author of The Fisherman of Halicarnassus, a pocket book about Cevat Şakir Kabaağaçlı, “the man who made Bodrum famous”, available from Cornucopia. His fiction includes Lunch With Elizabeth David, High Times at the Hotel Bristol, and Burning Barcelona. He has written a number of travel guides, and his books on London include The London Trilogy (The Temples of London, Father Thames and London’s Lost Global Giant: In Search of the East India Company), and Whitebait and the Thames Fisheries
To save its fine architecture, a volcanologist has come up with a plan: to turn Kula into an elegant spa town by tapping its plentiful thermal springs. By Roger Williams. Photographs by Jean Marie del Moral and Roger Williams
Peter Sommer Travels
Cruise in style upon the azure seas, explore some of the ancient wonders of the world
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