Walking the Lycian Way

If you like mediterranean coastal scenery, rugged walking paths, ancient history and Turkish cuisine then walking along parts of the 500 kilometre Lycian Way on the southern coast of Turkey might be something to put on the bucket list. It is still uncrowded but will no doubt become one of the world’s popular walks as accommodation options increase year by year. Starting point is at … Continue reading Walking the Lycian Way

Los Alamos – The Secret Town on the Hill

  Los Alamos is an off the radar town in south western  USA that should not be overlooked by visitors. Stunningly located at 2000 metres altitude it offers an inviting  mix of breathtaking scenery and fascinating history. Friendly  locals in this thriving community are eager to tell their stories of Los Alamos from ancestral pueblo times to the development of this town during World War … Continue reading Los Alamos – The Secret Town on the Hill

Learning Holidays – 6 Ways to Enrich your European Travel Experience

Spending a few days or a few weeks to follow your passion or learn a new skill can transform a holiday into a life changing experience. Learning holidays are ideal for solo travellers and provide opportunities to connect with other travellers and a chance to fully immerse in a local culture. Here are 6 ways to enjoy a more holistic holiday experience. LEARN FLAMENCO IN … Continue reading Learning Holidays – 6 Ways to Enrich your European Travel Experience

10 Reasons why the world has fallen in love with the Spanish

Spain is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. From San Sebastián in the north to Seville in the south, from buzzing Barcelona to marvellous Madrid, tourists have fallen in love with Spain and the Spanish. What makes Spanish people so fascinating? Here are some observations from an Australian occasional tourist which should not be taken too seriously. They have buckets of energy … Continue reading 10 Reasons why the world has fallen in love with the Spanish

Why walking a Camino should be on your Bucket List

In 2016 over 270,000 walked over 100 kilometres or cycled over 200 kilometres as part of one of many Camino routes which end in the northern Spanish town of Santiago de Compostela. Here are 10 reasons why you could consider completing a Camino. 1 Travel with Purpose – When you walk on a Camino your specific purpose is to find and follow the waymarkers to your destination. You might  be looking out … Continue reading Why walking a Camino should be on your Bucket List