Berlin, Germany.

This trip marked my first trip to Germany. One of the many advantages of living on the continent is how easy (and cheap) it is to travel to other areas in Europe. Berlin however, is unique compared to the rest of Germany, look back no further than 1945, the Cold War or even the fall … More Berlin, Germany.

Venice – Carnevale di Venezia.

Throughout the month of February Italians celebrate ‘Carnevale’ and across Italy celebrations take place. Viagreggio, a seaside town not far from Pisa also celebrated Carnevale in style with a parade and floats. However, we ventured to Venice for Carnevale, the most traditional location of all. Carnevale is a medieval celebration, and today is characterised by … More Venice – Carnevale di Venezia.

The Cinque Terre.

First of all I would like to state that I have never been anywhere more beautiful than the Cinque Terre. The Cinque Terre is a stretch of coast line around the western side of Tuscany, Italy. It is made up of a string of old Italian villages along the coast line. The houses themselves decorate … More The Cinque Terre.

Geocaching.

Geocaching is an international game of treasure-hunting. Whether you are in a city or the middle of nowhere, a Geocache is never far away. Anyone can do it, all you do is simply download the ‘Geocaching’ App and away you go. I wasn’t aware of Geocaching until a visit to Volterra, Italy  in early December … More Geocaching.

Verona.

The fair city of Verona was an eight hour whirl wind tour. First stop of course was Juliet’s house. We were lucky enough to be in Verona on the first Sunday of the month so every museum and gallery was only one euro. Juliet’s house and courtyard looked exactly like it does in the famous … More Verona.