If you are going to learn another language, then it should be in the country of origin. I have wanted to learn Italian for a long time, ever since my first trip to Rome in 2001. I fell in love with the country, people, food, wine, culture and the Italian way of life.
Continue reading “Learning Italian in Italy”
See Paris for free. Impossible you might say. Yet this is more of a reality than you realise There is no need to spend a fortune on attractions because there are many which can be visited for free. Continue reading “See Paris for Free”
Oh how the way we travel has changed – and how quickly. Hands up those who remember paper based plane tickets? Quite a few of you, I would imagine. On the eve of my trip to Europe, I took a look through my old travel documents I collected over the years. There was so much paper involved!. Continue reading “How Travel Has Changed”
Ever since I was young, I had always known I wanted to travel. Yet back then no-one wanted to go with me. The excuses always revolved around money, time, too busy or not interested. So I made a decision to just do it on my own. Continue reading “Why I Travel Alone”
Another trip down memory lane from my visit to Rome. I was walking passed the Pantheon one morning and came across this busker. Even though it was quite warm, did not prevent her performance. As I stood listening it confirmed again for me the people we meet during our travels make travel even more enriching. Continue reading “Roman Summer”
The narrow twists and turns of Mykonos’ streets were designed in a way to confuse the pirates who roamed the high seas of the Mediterranean centuries ago. Continue reading “Pirates of Mykonos”
I will always love this photo I took of the Pantheon in central Rome. During the day the piazza is hot and crowded. But when the sun goes down the city vibe makes Rome even more magical. Continue reading “Photo of the Month: Illuminations”