Two years since visiting England and now it’s time to return for an English summer jaunt.
Venezuela’s spectacular Angel falls – an extreme adventure to the highest uninterrupted waterfall in the world.
Visitors flock to Tuscany’s Pisa to share a fleeting moment with the famous Leaning Tower then leave – but Pisa is not all about the Tower.
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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.
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My top 19 highlights – dip your toe in South America and discover an unbelievable adventure that will force you to stay longer!
Traversing Peru on a flight from balmy Iquitos to remote Tarapoto over the mighty Amazon, followed by an uncomfortable 18-hour overnight rustic bus journey to Piura.
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Landed in New York after flying from Peru’s Lima. What to expect… Continue reading “Landed: New York from Lima, Peru”
Bolivian transport in any form is challenging. Taking the flight from Sucre to Santa Cruz de La Sierra, then another to Trinidad, for the crazy onward bus to Rurrenabaque, is an experience that you’ll never forget… Continue reading “Bolivian Transport: Sucre, Santa Cruz, Trinidad, Rurrenabaque”
It was with great trepidation that I finally decided on a brief return to England and its South-west. Continue reading “Quick jaunt in England’s South-west”
Wondering why many airbnb apartments are filling up faster than I can search, discover that Venice’s Carnivale is on – excellent time to visit! Continue reading “Vivacious Venice during Carnivale”
Excited to go to an Australian wedding before returning to Italy… Continue reading “Australian wedding then Italy”
After the Emirates saga of our plane being grounded in Dubai, finally arrived a day late in Brisbane, Australia – The Land of Oz, in a daze and very shattered. Continue reading “The Land of Oz: Brisbane, Australia”