Julius Honnor is a travel writer and photographer based in London. He has written and updated several books for Footprint, including Footprint's Bolivia and various bits of Italy. He first visited Morocco in the early 1990s. Having grown up on the edge of Dartmoor, he was initially attracted by its big open spaces; he now finds Morocco's narrow winding streets equally intriguing. More from Julius at juliushonnor.com. Milan-born photojournalist Marina Spironetti learnt to love Rome during her university days and has been a regular visitor ever since. She is now London-based, although spends most of her time travelling. Her reportages are regularly featured on Italian and English newspapers and magazines. She is currently working on a photographic book about Italy's less-known traditions and festivals. Charlotte Vaudrey first felt the compelling need to live in Rome while working in Amsterdam on the staff of an interior architecture and design magazine. Deciding to trade in everything she had for everything she missed, she gave up racing round after architects and artists in Tokyo, St Petersburg and beyond to find herself inundated with freelance commissions, and sunlight-seeking friends. Crediting her Jamaican-Argentinean genes for her taste for travel Charlotte lived in New York, Paris and Delft before hitting Italy.