Have you heard of Glastonbury Festival – the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world?Continue reading “Reliving Glastonbury Festival!”
Ever celebrated New Year’s Eve in Calabria’s undiscovered Cosenza, while exploring Italy’s south?Continue reading “New Year’s Eve in Cosenza, Calabria”
My luscious list of 18 delectable dining haunts in Cosenza, for when you next travel to this fabulous undiscovered city in southern Italy.
Colourful markets. A profusion of fabulous street lights. Free entertaining street performances. Excellent feasts. Celebrating Christmas in Calabria’s Cosenza, what more could you ask for?
Ever heard of Cosenza, Italy’s alluring and undiscovered city in Calabria?Continue reading “Cosenza, Calabria: Italy’s Undiscovered City”
Claimed as “the largest green-field music and performing arts festival in the world”, you have to attend the incredible Glastonbury Festival with over 200,000 revellers, at least once in your lifetime!
Continue reading “Glastonbury Festival – Sweltering in 2019!”
Who would have thought I’d be back in the UK revelling in another Glastonbury Festival but in sunshine this time?
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”
January – December, 2018
Food porn in Rogliano is a culmination of the wonderful times spent in southern Italy’s Calabria region, to indulge in amazingly edible creations!
Continue reading “Food Porn in Rogliano, Calabria”
Nestled in the Central Valley between the dramatic Chilean Coastal Range and the soaring Andes Mountains, Chile’s energetic capital Santiago, arrests all your senses.
Cast your eyes over Consenza’s charming medieval Norman-Swabian Castle, illuminated by over 5,000 magical candles… Continue reading “5,000 Magical Candles Illuminate Cosenza’s Medieval Castle”
March 2014 – March 2018
Has it really been 4 years travelling since leaving Australia? I’m on the road again… Continue reading “4 Years a Traveller”