Nestled in the slopes of the Vibo Valentia province in Southern Italy, gorgeous Pizzo Calabro is an easy day trip from Cosenza. Why not stop for Pizzo’s famous Tartufo on your visit?
Such a surprise to be nominated for the Mystery Blogger Award.
Remote and fairly unknown to tourists, Tarapoto is perched on the high jungle plateau – Selva Baja – at the foot of the Andean hills. And, at a height of 356 metres Tarapoto is known as the “Cloud Forest”.
Continue reading “Remote Tarapoto, Peru”
Resting on the fringe of the Pacific’s shores in northern Peru, Los Organos is a place of relaxation and serenity whilst sipping on a refreshing Pisco Sour and eating a delicious dish of local Ceviche.
Not the only time thieves have their way with us in South America, but this time it’s different – it’s a major robbery in Chiclayo, Peru…
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A pleasant surprise discovering that I have a Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination, which is the 4th of this type. Continue reading “Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination No. 4”
Huaraz is fast becoming Peru’s trekking mecca for adventure treks to Yungay, Llanganuco Lakes, and the famous Lake 69 in exceptional Huascarán National Park. Continue reading “Huaraz Adventure Treks, Peru”
Voting is now open to everyone for The Annual Bloggers Bash Awards 2019 – cast your vote for your favourite blog!
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An hour’s drive north, inland from Cosenza and you are surrounded by the sweeping and scenic Pollino and Dolcedorme mountains until you arrive in the sleepy town of Castrovillari.
Continue reading “Cosenza Day Trip: Castrovillari, Calabria”
Thinking of a day trip whilst in Cosenza? Then why not venture to intriguing Roseto Capo Spulico in Calabria… Continue reading “Cosenza Day Trip: Roseto Capo Spulico, Calabria”
I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been asked: ‘why Calabria in southern Italy?’ Continue reading “Why Calabria in Southern Italy?”