Plan the perfect UK escape: 7 Things Not To Miss in Kent Downs

This whole COVID situation has definitely messed up all my travel plans in the last year and a half, but it also allowed me to travel to places that I would have probably not even considered otherwise. This time we only had three days and, given the uncertainty of travel allowances constantly changing, we decidedContinue reading “Plan the perfect UK escape: 7 Things Not To Miss in Kent Downs”

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”

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”

Best brunch spots in Melbourne

Australia’s bushfires are, and should be, the main concern of everybody in the world wherever they are. One way of helping Australians battle this disastrous climate change right now is to go visit them, to make sure tourism still flows and they get the money they need to rescue the land, the animals and theContinue reading “Best brunch spots in Melbourne”

A weekend in Bratislava – City guide

I recently came back from a three days holiday with my two best friends in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, and I am now here to share a (almost) complete guide on its main attractions, all the most trendy cafes and restaurants plus practical suggestions on where to stay and how to move around theContinue reading “A weekend in Bratislava – City guide”