As 2016 comes to an end, so does an incredible year of travelling which found me crossing off multiple items from my bucket list. Some of the most memorable moments are the following – Paris On whose bucket list will you not find Paris? The city of love, it had been on my bucket list … More The Bucket List Year
Montmartre may not be the obvious choice for many people to stay at when in Paris with many opting to visit just for an afternoon, however, the 18th arrondissement and the highest point of Paris has a lot to offer, and I’d go as far to say that it’s the most authentic Parisian district. Home … More Montmartre, Paris
They call Gozo ”a diamond in the middle of the Mediterranean” and considering I only live 25 minutes by ferry away, I may be a bit biased, but I have to agree. I have made it my goal this Summer to explore some of the gems Gozo has to offer as like most people … More Sun, Sea & Wine – A Weekend Overlooking the Mediterranean.
One of the things I love doing most in between my trips is to be a ‘tourist’ in my own country. Boarding the ferry early in the morning I made my way to Gozo where my friend was waiting for me in Gozo’s capital city Victoria. Our first stop was the Cittadella, a small … More Malta’s sister island – Gozo
I have to say that I was a bit hesitant at first to start using Airbnb, mostly due to safety concerns, but after a successful trip to Venice I have went on to book accommodation on Airbnb in Rome, Cologne and Paris. In this post I will try to answer some of the most frequently … More Travel Hacks: Airbnb
Planning a holiday can be daunting and knowing what a popular destination Rome is, and having been there three times now, I thought I’d write this brief overview of how I’d plan a 4 day trip to Rome 🙂 Day 1 Welcome to Rome! La Citta Eterna is bustling with life, culture and art. Getting to the … More Rome in 4 days
Welcome to the Imhoff-Schokoladenmuseum, which is possibly the best smelling (and tasting :P) museum in the world! When visiting the German city of Cologne, a trip to the chocolate museum is a must. With its ship like structure right on the river Rhine, it is the city’s most popular museum drawing in around 600,000 visitors per … More Cologne Chocolate Museum – Heaven on Earth!