My recommended itinerary for a 1 week road trip in Bulgaria see the best the country has to offer...
And just like that you are reminded why you have driven north to the little, seemingly quiet town of Belogradchik, which lies just east of the Serbia border in the foothills of the Balkan Mountains; for the Belogradchik Rocks are screaming out to be visited.
When I visited Costa Rica I discovered something rather special, a place that would steal my heart and set my senses on fire, for this Central American country offers to those who dare seek it, the discovery of any traveller’s paradise – a vista unseen by other’s eyes. For me there was one particular place … Continue reading Flashback to Carate
I’m one of those types of people that have never been overly enthusiastic about the thought of visiting places in the UK. I don’t deny there are certainly beautiful and interesting places, but I’d rather spend my money on exploring the great wide world. However a few years ago a photo of the Durdle Door … Continue reading Day Trip to the Durdle Door
Sao Paulo is the most populous city in Brazil, in the Americas, in the Southern and Western Hemisphere and is the 10th largest city in the World. Sao Paulo is the capital of the State of Sao Paulo, which is Brazil’s most populous and wealthiest state. When you walk the streets of Sao Paulo you … Continue reading Throwback to Sao Paulo
If you asked me a few years back what I was scared of I would have blurted out spiders and heights as I'm sure would many another. Others may say flying, small spaces, drowning or you may even hear the odd irrational fear of feathers! But whatever your phobia is, rational or irrational, it'll be … Continue reading ”Time and tide wait for no man”
A few weeks ago I completed a 120-hour Premier TEFL course with tefl.org.uk, meaning, I am now officially qualified to teach English abroad; a pretty scary thought as far as I'm concerned!!!
EE promised me a loan phone; I was relieved that I'd only have one day without my life and social media at the tip of my fingers. However the loan phone has turned out to be so archaic that never mind not being touch screen, it is so old you can't even connect it to WiFi.
One of the biggest highlights about travelling for me (apart from the obvious excitement and curiosity of exploring new places) is being able to capture those magical moments with a camera.
By chance I was in Slovenia for their annual, traditional Festival Kurentovanje, so I travelled east to Ptuj to join in the Carnival fun.