Some of the best conserved Roman baths you can visit are definitely located in Bath, a lovely English town just a couple of hours away from London. As part of my business trips to visit accommodation partners in England, I was lucky to jump on this 2 Day Tour with Rabbie’s and soak in some […]
July, 2019 Places visited: Tossa de Mar, Cala Pola, Camino de Ronda Activities: Paddle Surf – Caves Tour with ‘ActivaT‘ Restaurants: Da Giovanni & Can Pini
On the tube, back to work. Employed again after just under 3 unemployed months. That felt like eternity. The UK is still shut but I wanna go back. London, Edinburgh, the Isles.. Mexico, China, Israel. Finland, Sweden, Iceland, Italy. All places I wanna go to. And what about you? But thanks Spain. Tarragona, Huesca, Bilbao, […]
January 2018 One of my happiest and coldest memories in Scotland <3 As part of the Green Team at Rabbie’s Tours, we took a day to visit the trees that were planted by the Rabbie’s’ crew a few years back. Shame I don’t have the picture of the lovely pies we had at Mhor Bread […]
A quick escape to Naples and Sorrento I am a bit late on posting pictures and thoughts about my wee escape to Naples and Sorrento back in 2016 when spending a week in Rome. But better late than never, they say 😉 As you may have read in my post about Rome, October 2016 finally […]
Two weeks in Garda I have been pretty quiet in the last few weeks as I was busy spending time with family and friends back home in Garda, Lake Garda. What a place to call home, I will never get tired to say it! 🙂 Where is Garda? Garda is a town of 4000 inhabitants […]
Walking in Montserrat One of the best things you can do in Barcelona, is using it as a base to have a day trip to Montserrat. Montserrat is a mountain famous for its geological formation and rounded peaks. It is a popular destination among Christian pilgrims who visit Santa Maria de Montserrat, a Benedectine abbey […]
What to wear when exploring in Scotland The type of experience you will have when travelling in Scotland will pretty much depend on what you will wear. Pack the wrong clothes and your trip is deemed to be cold, wet and all these nice things that Scottish weather throws at you 😉 If you live […]
Parc de Cervantes Barcelona Today we entered phase 2 in Barcelona, which means freedom to walk at any time we want (more or less). Barcelona never stops to surprise me, today we cycled Diagonal – this beautiful avenue that crosses the city in diagonal – towards the university’s area and walked in Parc de Cervantes. […]
Ethiopian food in Barcelona is becoming more and more popular. Round the corner from our flat, there’s an Ethiopian restaurant we have been meaning to try for a while now. And last night we finally had the pleasure to do so. We booked a table on The Fork, once again, and also noticed that we […]
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