From the monthly archives: March 2016

Below us, way below us, is a deep, wide scar in the earth. Running through its centre is a lime green fertile strip, a veritable oasis of agricultural activity which separates walls of hard, jagged peaks. The line of the Ribeira do Paul.

Continue Reading

Whereas sunrise gives notice it’s time to leave a cosy cocoon so the working day can start, a sunset is generally a signal for fun to begin…

Continue Reading

The Birdman of Los Tilos

On March 24, 2016 By

Our paths and that of the birdman of Los Tilos crossed three times. Each one benefited us in one way or another.

Continue Reading

Exceptional hikes have something unique to them which makes them stand out from the crowd. That something might be big like Italy’s Monte Isola, the largest lake island in Europe…

Continue Reading

Although there’s a lot of crossover when it comes to menu items on traditional restaurants on the different Canary Islands, there are also some dishes which ‘belong’ more to individual islands.

Continue Reading

It’s one of the most relaxing cities we’ve wandered around, the car-free streets are soothingly calming. Being a university city, Freiburg also has a youthful personality…

Continue Reading

We were so immersed in various projects we forgot to publish a short post about Andy picking up the British Guild of Travel Writer’s award for excellence in travel blogging at the BGTW annual awards…

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger... Continue Reading

Looking for something?

Use the form below to search the site:

Still not finding what you're looking for? Drop a comment on a post or contact us so we can take care of it!

Visit our friends!

A few highly recommended friends...