There is no question about it. Rome is hot. Especially during summer. Rome also happens to be popular, busy and crowded as visitors from around the world descend on the Eternal City. So how does one try and keep cool when the heat rises?
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Florence is a pedestrianised city where people share some of the streets with vehicles. You may think that this would be dangerous. But, no. It works. It is not uncommon to see groups of people talking the middle of the street where there are clearly vehicles moving passed them. People and traffic seem to blend fluidly together in an organised flow. Continue reading “A World Without A Lens”
Almost everyone will be familiar with the name Leonardo Da Vinci. Even if you have no interest in art. His most recognisable work, the Mona Lisa, is hanging in the Louvre in Paris. However, there was another side to the great artist which many people may not be familiar with. Continue reading “All About Leo”
If you are going to learn another language, then it should be in the country of origin. I have wanted to learn Italian for a long time, ever since my first trip to Rome in 2001. I fell in love with the country, people, food, wine, culture and the Italian way of life.
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See Paris for free. Impossible you might say. Yet this is more of a reality than you realise There is no need to spend a fortune on attractions because there are many which can be visited for free. Continue reading “See Paris for Free”
Travelling in Morocco is not the third world country many people may think it is. It is a country rich in culture, vibrant nightlife and friendly people. However, you may not notice this during Ramadan, the most important even in the Muslim calendar, which took place this year from 16 May to 14 June.
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A trip to Morocco is not complete without a visit to Bhalil, a small town located half an hour’s drive from Fes. The people here have lived simply in caves for generations and continue to do so.
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