The Twig Wagon – One night in a converted horse box

A recurrent dream of mine is to rent a van and make it my home for a few months. A bit unrealistic, if you consider I don’t even own a driving license. The good news is nowadays there are plenty of options for you to live the “van life” without actually having to rent aContinue reading “The Twig Wagon – One night in a converted horse box”

Coffee date with Hemingway

I was born one evening in March 1941 on a bench at the Cafè de Flore. Simone Signoret – Nostalgia Isn’t What It Used To Be Paris is, without a doubt, a city full of history and culture. So much in fact that when you start walking around certain places you will, of necessity, endContinue reading “Coffee date with Hemingway”

London in bloom: a taste of Japan

Ok, just listen to me and picture this for a second. You wake up one morning, get out of bed, make yourself a nice coffee, open the window and all of a sudden you see it: spring has arrived in London. After months of cold dark winter the sun is finally shining, trees have startedContinue reading “London in bloom: a taste of Japan”

Florence walking tour – City guide

I know we all want to go back to travel, but as much as I’d like to be on a plane right now I am aware the responsible thing to do is just hang tight and wait for clearer waters. So what do we do in the meantime? We travel in time, of course, andContinue reading “Florence walking tour – City guide”

5 things you can’t miss when you visit Alicante

Alicante, in the Valencian community, is the eighth largest metropolitan area of Spain and hosts one of the most important Spanish ports for cruises. But what are the main attractions you really can’t miss when you visit this side of Spain? 1. Alicante and the “Explanada de España” When you arrive in the city, theContinue reading “5 things you can’t miss when you visit Alicante”