Ever heard of Cosenza, Italy’s alluring and undiscovered city in Calabria?
A visit to charming Cuenca is a must when in scenic Ecuador and this is why…
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Tumultuous, dangerous, or surprisingly easy are descriptions bandied around for South American border crossings. Today’s crossing from Peru’s Piura to Ecuador’s Loja is rumoured to be safe and hassle-free. Continue reading “Border Crossing: Peru’s Piura to Ecuador’s Loja”
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!
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Who would have thought I’d be back in the UK revelling in another Glastonbury Festival but in sunshine this time?
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?
With a plethora of fabulous tourist destinations in southern Italy’s Calabria region, the famous Murales (murals) in Diamante are definitely worth visiting…
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.
Want to come on a historic walk in one of Italy’s captivating southern cities: Cosenza, Calabria?
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 Around Cosenza, Italy”
January – September, 2017
On the way to the spectacular Sila National Park and nestled amongst sweeping hills in the Savuto Valley, lies the quaint village of Rogliano in Calabria, Southern Italy, which is not frequented by many foreign tourists… Continue reading “Visiting quaint Rogliano, Southern Italy”
Decided to bus it from Pucón to rural Chillán not only to break up the route to Santiago, but also to see the famous Mexican Murals and experience the renown Termas de Chillán (hot springs) in this area.