You can’t but help to be caught up in New York’s manic Manhattan – an energetic epicentre for entertainment, culture, shopping, art, and of course, finance. Continue reading “New York’s Manic Manhattan”
Not only is amazing Arequipa aptly named the ‘White City’ with dazzling Spanish-influenced architecture, but it is one of those cities that you instantly fall in love with and this is why… Continue reading “What I Love About Amazing Arequipa, Peru”
Ever wondered why the captivating city of Chefchaouen perched high in the north-western edge of Morocco’s spectacular Rif Mountains, has earned the Blue City label?
One of the four Imperial Cities of Morocco, Meknès is perched high on a hilltop and is often overlooked on a trip to this fascinating country.
Continue reading “Why you should visit Meknès, Morocco’s hilltop city”
Lose yourself in antiquated winding alleys whilst you crisscross your way along one of Morocco’s vibrant imperial cities, fabulous Fes.
A quick stopover in Heathrow from Australia and finally landed in magical Marrakech, Morocco, to a pleasant North African gentle breeze. Continue reading “Magical Marrakech, Morocco”
It’s always fun when visitors come to stay in Cosenza and especially during the Christmas period – this time, two American brothers living in Thailand are arriving. Continue reading “Christmas 2017 around Cosenza, Italy”
Unpretentious Kampot is slowly becoming a popular destination on a traveller’s map. The lure of a quieter charming riverside town especially after Phnom Penh, which offers an array of Cambodia’s finest, if dilapidated, collection of French colonial architecture, is very appealing. Continue reading “Kampot – Southern Cambodia”
Battambang is a much quieter city than Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s Capital and a good little stopover, if you want to break the journey between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. Continue reading “Cambodia’s Battambang and Phnom Penh”