On our trip to Italy last year we decided to stay an extra day in Sorrento. Sorrento is a city that breathes the life of Italy, the Italian culture and the beauty of the coast. Lazy days walking the streets shopping, looking out into the clear blue water and eating delicacies along the way was our last taste of Italy in beautiful Sorrento. Sorrento is a coastal town on the Sorrentine Peninsula in southwestern Italy. It faces the Bay of Naples. It is known for its water view and for cafe-lined streets in the famous Piazza Tasso.
As I sit in my room while we are in the midst of a global pandemic that has devoured thousands of people across the globe, my mind wanders off to the days when we were free enough to travel across the globe and have adventures. I am not sure what the future holds for me in the post-covid era so I want to utilize this time to write about my travel experience to Europe. This was my first time traveling alone and it was an exciting experience. The solo-travel inspiration came from a friend who traveled alone before and booking a tour group to do it came from another concerned friend who feared for my safety. I felt safer booking a tour that made all the arrangements as a first-time solo traveler. I grew up in many cities as my parents were always moving across the country. A predominant part of my childhood memories consists of packing, unpacking, moving, adjusting to a different climate-culture-people and then bidding them adieu as if my entire life was teaching me to let go. To some, it was a broken childhood and to some, it was a life full of new experiences but to me, it was all I had. What I really wanted in life was to escape, to dream, to do more, to be more and travel all the distant and friendly lands. This felt like my chance to live my dream, so off I went to London.
After a rare day of great weather in the Scottish Highlands, we decided to go all out for this particular sunset. Myself and my two companions set off from our home in Ullapool, Scotland and made the thirty minute journey to one of the many picturesque mountains nearby - Stac Pollaidh.
In the previous post you could have read about the most beautiful cities of Tuscany, but in this article you can read how to combine all these beautiful places and more and put together a perfect tour of Tuscany that will allow you to experience the best of this picturesque region in one week. Discover the many artistic and architectural highlights of Cortona, the epitome of the Tuscan city. Visit the Romanesque cathedral and the fascinating Etrusco Museum with its fascinating collection of ancient and modern art and architecture.
One of my fondest traveling memories was my visit to Ireland. We spent ten days traveling throughout the Emerald Isle visiting as many counties and attractions as we could. We started off and ended our trip in Dublin. Dublin is a city like no other I have ever visited. The flavor of a bustling metropolis coupled with Irish brogues and friendliness beyond the realms of a city I am used to living in. The residents were always helpful and guided you through the days which were sometimes confusing when trying to find a place, driving on the other side of the road, and trying to understand how much money you were spending. After landing we spent our first day wandering the main strip and checking out some fun pubs. This is where I started collecting beer coasters of beers made in different parts of Ireland. My favorite by far was The Galway Hooker. On the first day we also decided to tour the Jameson Factory, which was very informative and where I left with my new favorite drink, Jamie and Ginger. Basically, it is Jameson, ginger ale and lime juice. I love the way they give you the tiny bottle of ginger ale on the side. I actually took a few home for a souvenir.
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Last summer we had the pleasure of spending two luxurious days in Rome. So much to see with so little time, we certainly accomplished most of our “bucket list“.
With Britain gradually reopening after the COVID-19 lockdown, London’s many museums can now sense a light at the end of the tunnel. However, it will be quite a challenge to get up and running again. Since they closed on March 18th, museums have lost around four months of revenue, and the combination of social distancing restrictions and a wider reluctance to travel will lead to a reduced income for many months. Major museums (The National Gallery, The V&A, etc) will be able to recover, but smaller museums are in genuine danger of closing. Therefore, it would be a good idea to support more obscure museums which often get overlooked by tourists and the public. These 10 Central London museums are in a particularly fragile position, but really deserve to stay open for years to come. It is certainly worth paying a visit to them during the remainder of 2020…
This photo was taken at the Mount Aksla outlook in Ålesund, Norway just three days shy of the unknown chaos that was soon taking over our world. There were rumors of the “possibilities” that nations all over the world might endure, but we never really could have imagined what was unfolding as we went about our normal lives. Here I am, spending my day exploring, not a thought crossing my mind about the virus or potential quarantine I found myself in only days later. I never would have guessed this would be the last adventure I would be taking for a long time.
I was already planning to leave Paris when lockdown began and so, with Macron's announcement, I felt that I had little choice but to return to my home country; tiny old England. With a one way ticket to Athens, and a sailing course waiting for me in Corfu, I was packing up my life by March, and just starting to get anxious that Coronavirus would derail my plans. And, of course, that's exactly what did happen. Having just quit my job, and due to soon hand in the keys to my apartment, my flight was cancelled, and so instead I found myself taking a last minute Eurostar to good old London, quite unsure as to what I would do next.
If you had looked just to the right of the moon at 9:20pm on May 27th, you would have seen a rocket pass by. Or, you wouldn’t have, because it was postponed at the last minute, and what you would have actually seen at 9:20pm was me, sat by the water, looking just to the right of the moon.
The carbon emissions produced by the automotive sector have came up against barrels of criticism in recent times, from environmental groups and European governments alike. These discussions have prompted manufacturers to revise traditional forms of motoring and consider new alternatives, one of which is the all-electric alternative to existing harmful fuels such as petrol and diesel. The perception of electric vehicles is set to evolve, with a steer towards conserving the earth’s finite resources and reducing harmful gaseous emissions.