Eternal Love in Tikal Eternal Love in Tikal

Eternal Love in Tikal

Tomb of King Hasaw Chan K’awil who ruled the ancient Mayan city of Tikal in Guatemala “Mayan inscriptions proclaim that Hasaw Chan K’awil adored his wife. He also built a temple in her honor-facing his. And twice annually, on the spring and autumn equinox, the sun rises behind his royal dwelling to cast its shadow […]

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Kitespot Review: Gokova Bay, Turkey Kitespot Review: Gokova Bay, Turkey

Kitespot Review: Gokova Bay, Turkey

A kite spot that is “Always Windy” is a kiters dream.  Sarah Craddy of Always Windy promotes her organized kitesurf holidays to such dream spots, one of which is Gokova Bay, Turkey. I spent ten days kiting in Gokova bay last September, and had strong, consistent wind 9 out of the 10 days I was there. […]

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Tomatina – the world’s largest food fight! Tomatina – the world’s largest food fight!

Tomatina – the world’s largest food fight!

What could be more fun that a tomato war? My friend Tanvi could list 100 things she would find more fun than getting pelted by exploding over-ripe tomatoes … but for me the opportunity to participate in “the worlds largest food fight” filled me with delight!  I had already planned to be in Spain during […]

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La Sagrada Família La Sagrada Família

La Sagrada Família

La Sagrada Família The Basilica has been under construction since 1882 and is projected to be complete in the year 2028.  Antonia Gaudi dedicated 43 years of his life to La Sagrada Família, his last and best work of art. He died at the age of 74 after being run over by a train. “The amount […]

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Eternal Love in Tikal

Eternal Love in Tikal

Tomb of King Hasaw Chan K’awil who ruled the ancient Mayan city of Tikal in Guatemala “Mayan inscriptions proclaim that Hasaw Chan K’awil adored his wife. He also built a temple in her honor-facing his. And twice annually, on the spring and autumn equinox, the sun rises behind his royal dwelling to cast its shadow […]

Kitespot Review: Gokova Bay, Turkey

Kitespot Review: Gokova Bay, Turkey

A kite spot that is “Always Windy” is a kiters dream.  Sarah Craddy of Always Windy promotes her organized kitesurf holidays to such dream spots, one of which is Gokova Bay, Turkey. I spent ten days kiting in Gokova bay last September, and had strong, consistent wind 9 out of the 10 days I was there. […]

Tomatina – the world’s largest food fight!

Tomatina – the world’s largest food fight!

What could be more fun that a tomato war? My friend Tanvi could list 100 things she would find more fun than getting pelted by exploding over-ripe tomatoes … but for me the opportunity to participate in “the worlds largest food fight” filled me with delight!  I had already planned to be in Spain during […]

La Sagrada Família

La Sagrada Família

La Sagrada Família The Basilica has been under construction since 1882 and is projected to be complete in the year 2028.  Antonia Gaudi dedicated 43 years of his life to La Sagrada Família, his last and best work of art. He died at the age of 74 after being run over by a train. “The amount […]

Catalonia traditions & independent spirit

Catalonia traditions & independent spirit

Catalonia is an autonomous community in Spain, proud of its own identity having its own flag, language and distinct culture. Comprising of four provinces located in the northeast corner of the country, Catalonia is one of Spain’s richest regions. Many Catalans think of themselves as a separate nation from the rest of Spain and desire […]

Munich

Munich

Photo of the week: Town hall in the square at Marienplatz, Munich, Germany

Aeugstenhütte & hike to Schwarzstockli in the Alps

Aeugstenhütte & hike to Schwarzstockli in the Alps

So you are visiting Zurich and you want to get out of the city and go on a hike? With the alps in view, there are so many trails to choose from, it can be overwhelming deciding where to go. I have had the pleasure and good fortune to go on many hikes around Switzerland, […]

Lac de Melu in the Valley of Restonica

Lac de Melu in the Valley of Restonica

Photo of the week: Hiked to Lac de Melu, a lake high up (5,610 feet) in the valley of Restonica, central Corsica.  To see more photos of the hike CLICK HERE.

Canyoning in Corsica

Canyoning in Corsica

When I told a friend I was going canyoning while in Corsica, she asked “how canyoning is different to hiking?” At the time I didn’t know the answer myself as I had only recently witnessed a group of canyoneers for the first time while I was exploring the gorges of the Solenzara River. I watched as […]

Corsican Minestra Soup

Corsican Minestra Soup

Discovering new places to eat in foreign lands is as much fun for me as trying new foods. I am not the kind of person who researches where to eat before traveling somewhere new. I find the hunt for food a fun adventure in itself. As it is with travel and love, I prefer serendipity in […]

Bonifacio – my favorite Corsican city

Bonifacio – my favorite Corsican city

Teetering on the edge of magnificent limestone cliffs is the ancient and idyllic fortress town of Bonifacio. For all of the beautiful reasons seen below, Bonifacio is my favorite town on the French island of Corsica. Panorama view from the citadel when you climb up the “montée.” Looking out into the deep blue mediterranean sea! […]

Deep Blue Sea

Deep Blue Sea

Photo of the week: The deep blue Mediterranean Sea as seen from a coastal cliff near Bonifacio, Corsica. To see more photos of Corsica CLICK HERE

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