I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, the West Coast of Australia is my FAVOURITE part of the country to road trip and that’s a fact! There’s just something about the grandeur of it all, the vastness, the emptiness, the enormity… and the lack of people that immediately grabbed my heart and wouldn’t let it go! No surprise then that when I finally clambered out of the Landrover and decided to stay put for a few months it was on Australia’s west coast too! So after spending almost a year living, working, travelling and exploring this state, here’s…
Self-guided walking tour of old town Warsaw, the capital and heart of Poland, that was completely razed down in World War II.
Source: Warsaw Walking Tour
Bordeaux has long capitalized on being France’s Wine Capital but has been promoting its history and arts after a major restoration of the city center.
It was Edward the Confessor who first concentrated English power at Westminster. But for years, the space at its heart – Parliament Square – has been an unsatisfactory urban muddle at the heart of London. Today, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Big Ben – or more properly the Elizabeth Tower – was the most-photographed building in Britain in 2017. However, at present, it is not a space calculated to inspire, impress or delight. A visit involves jostling along crowded pavements and being corralled between unsightly security barriers. The wide roads are busy with fast-moving traffic; step back to admire the architecture and you risk being crushed by a bus or lorry. But there is hope. …Continue reading »
In 2018, Lithuanian celebrates the 100th anniversary of the restoration of its statehood. From a new seaside cycle route to unique folk festivals, here are five ways you can join the party
Later in the afternoon the Norwegian Jewel sailed from Juneau to the Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. Glacier Bay became a national park in 1980 and a UNESCO world heri…
Source: Glacier Bay, Alaska