What’s inside my backpack? After 30-plus-years of long-term travel, I’m sharing with you my ultimate packing guide and throwing in tips on choosing a backpack.
Two years since visiting England and now it’s time to return for an English summer jaunt.
Tuscany’s medieval Lucca holds you captivate until you fall in love with this gorgeous walled city near the Ligurian Sea. Continue reading “Loving Tuscany’s Lucca”
Today’s travel starts from Ecuador with an overnighter in America, a red-eye flight to Iceland, stopping in the United Kingdom for a few days, followed by the long-haul flight to Australia.
Continue reading “Ecuador to Australia via America, Iceland, and UK”
My top 19 highlights – dip your toe in South America and discover an unbelievable adventure that will force you to stay longer!
Nicknamed “Florence of the Americas”, Ecuador’s sprawling metropolis Quito is anything but a quiet and relaxing experience.
Continue reading “Ecuador: The Quito Experience”
Whilst you travel through Ecuador, why not spend a few relaxing days away from cosmopolitan Cuenca, chilling in picturesque Baños de Agua Santa?
From Yurimaguas, the rustic barge weaves its way for several days deep into the vast snakelike Amazon River until reaching Iquitos – “largest city in the world that cannot be reached by road”…
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”
What better way to end the 2018 blogging year than with a Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination…and No. 3 of this type since starting this blog. Continue reading “Sunshine Blogger Award Nomination No. 3”
It’s always a great surprise to receive a nomination from a fellow blogger and this time, the nomination is for the Real Neat Blog Award.
Situated on the north coast of Africa, Ceuta is probably a city anonymous to many travellers and especially unknown as one’s of Africa’s Spanish enclaves. Unearth Ceuta’s secrets with me… Continue reading “Secrets of Ceuta: A Spanish enclave in Africa”