The wheels of my London-Dubai flight had just touched its wheels on the tarmac when I heard seatbelts unlock. I watched as people started to get up out of their seats. Even more frightening was they opened the overhead compartments, and began to pull out their heavy bags. Did I mention the plane was still on the runway while all this went on. It appears the human race are in so much of a hurry they will ignore safety. Continue reading “Why do people compromise their safety?”
It is impossible to try and understand what it was like for the men and women who lived, and died, during World War One. However, that does not stop us remembering the sacrifice they made.
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The thought of a new adventure always fills us with excitement. A new place to explore, new people to meet, Another culture to learn about. Yet, the last thing often thought about is our health. It is no fun to find yourself bedridden, sick with a stomach bug when there is an exciting city outside the window to explore.
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In August, the waters of the Mediterranean are rough. The wind seems to be twice as strong than normal. This makes a trip on the Greek ferry an interesting experience. The crew is well prepared for what lies ahead, however, passengers who choose to travel in August are not. Continue reading “The Greek Rollercoaster”
Each Greek island in the Cyclades has its own unique vibe. For Naxos, it is all about tradition. Even during summer you won’t find hordes of tourists like on the popular islands of Mykonos or Santorini. Continue reading “Traditional Naxos”
A Mykonos sunset is a must see event. It is what I call the greatest show on earth. I have never witnessed a more perfect sunset than that of when I visit the Greek Islands. More specifically, Little Venice on the island of Mykonos.
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It was crazy, dirty and busy; but I loved it. Every time I arrive in Roma I feel excited at the new opportunities and adventures that await. Yet I’ve heard people describe Roma as a dirty, crowded city. In a way I understand that perspective. Yes, the traffic is certainly crazy and Italian drivers are not most patient people on the road. Continue reading “Roma For Eternity”